Miraya Hotel

Address: Riverwalk Street, Kampong Cham, Cambodia | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Riverwalk Street, Kampong Cham.
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Travel Blogs from Kampong Cham

The Bamboo Bridge

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on May 22, 2014

64 photos

... older sibling 4 to a scooter!

We rode our first public bus to another public bus top ~about 15 mins away. We unloaded our bags and waited for just a few moments for the bus that would take us the 5 hours to ko pong Cham to arrive. Since these were public buses we rode with the locals who were journeying to various destinations too. Sitting at the bus stop was a fun experience. Up to this point on our journey we've ...

(Busy) overnight stop

A travel blog entry by edandkate on Apr 18, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... and quite a touristy place... So far we have seen four other western couples in the whole town! We have had a lot of stares and comments from Cambodian people today. We like to think that it's because they aren't used to tourists rather than anything else. After a lunch by the riverside we decided to rent some bikes from the restaurant and go for a little adventure. We read about the Bamboo Bridge, a structure that is constructed in the dry season (when the river level is low) to ...

Kratie and Kampong Cham

A travel blog entry by natandross on Feb 26, 2014

13 photos

... air conditioning of a local coffee shop which was run by another NGO to train young Cambodian women who had previously been in an abusive environment. The food was excellent and we both indulged having delicious cakes and fruit shakes all afternoon.

Walking along the river in the evening we saw locals playing boules and were intrigued by loud music playing further down the promenade - turns out that the locals have a perchance for ...

On yer bike

A travel blog entry by jonny-and-tara on Feb 10, 2014

22 photos

... there may be something over there, but there really isn't. It's pretty unspoiled actually, just scenery, farmland and local people going about there lives. Well worth the trip though. The weather was great and let us work up a decent sweat for the beer we had when we got back to "the mainland".

We weren't out and about too late as it was up early the next day for the bus to Sen Monorom...

Another challenging experience

A travel blog entry by hebarano on Dec 17, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... his team have their work cut out for them. ( I thought Jo and Lauren would be particularly interested in this blog to compare with the work they do in Aus. - sue maybe send the link on to Shaun?) Being born poor in Cambodia is hard enough but having a physical and/or intellectual disability means the odds are really stacked against you. The facilities available to the people and the specialist medical care is so limited. One of the main ...