Stung Sangka Hotel

National Road N.5 Prekmorhatep Village, Battambang, Cambodia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on National Road N.5 Prekmorhatep Village, Battambang, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Battambang

    Batta Bing Battambang

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Aug 28, 2014

    13 photos

    ... are really only wide enough for one and half average sized men, but even that means the aisle between them is so narrow I struggled to fit through it walking straight, and had to resort to twisting and turning to fit my shoulders through. Paul was stuck making his way through like a crab. We were a little disturbed to find no toilet on board, but figured if we needed it so would everyone else on the bus, and we'd stop eventually. The beds are like bunk beds, with us being allocated a top ...

    Day 76 - Battambang - The Killing Caves

    A travel blog entry by broganrose on Aug 23, 2014

    8 photos

    ... made and in return we helped him with some new English words and a small tip of $1. After around 15 minutes we returned to our small bamboo platform and were taken back to the beginning at speeds of around 20mph where we met our Tuk Tuk driver again and headed to the Killing Caves and Bat Caves. The killing caves of Phnom Sampeau are a hill 7 miles (11 km) southwest of Battambang in Cambodia. Major atrocities occurred there during the Khmer Rouge in the 1970s. ...

    Rice Paper, Crocodile, Fish paste fact, Rice wine

    A travel blog entry by tonymm on May 14, 2014

    185 photos

    ... we saw every possible fruit or vegetable drying in the sun. Mangos, bananas, etc. Next we stopped at another house, this family was cutting up bananas into thin strips and drying them in the sun. Turning them into banana chips, they offered me a sample, very nice. They are used in cooking and salads. The family had a collection of chickens and ducks, with a very low creek out the back. They boil the water on a stove. The whole family were involved in the ...

    Boat from Siem Reap to Battambang

    A travel blog entry by tonymm on May 12, 2014

    70 photos

    ... mango salad and a fish dish. I could of done with one dish, but wanted to try the flavours. I only finished a little of each. As I ate my meal I noticed out of the corner of my eye almost in the shadows these grubby looking street kids, like scared kittens. It was good to see that when I paid the bill, the restaurant owner got a plastic bag and shoveled what I had not eaten into it and gave the plastic bag to the street kids to eat. Good to see nothing is wasted.



    A travel blog entry by jmess90 on May 08, 2014

    ... tuk tuk and he took me to a different spot where you were able to clearly see the black line moving across the sky as the bats flew. It was soooo impressive. By this time it was getting late and the sun was setting and turning the sky pinky and purple. Just stunning. We then had the 45 minute ride home on the very bumpy Cambodian roads. That eve i then headed to Phnom Penh on the night bus - HA is all i have to say about that!