Malibu Bungalows

Address: Sokha Beach, Sihanoukville, Cambodia | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on Sokha Beach, Sihanoukville.
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      Travel Blogs from Sihanoukville

      Post #4: Cambodian busses are from hell

      A travel blog entry by marina.guz on Dec 11, 2014

      29 photos

      ... up on this a bit. Oh yeah: I took the night bus from hell from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh. A sleeping bus. The space you have is roughly 1m*1,60m, which would be perfectly fine if you didn't have to SHARE it with a stranger. And the road is the worst road I have ever travelled on for that many hours (9). More suited for dirt bikes than big busses. No sleep at all. After Phnom Penh I was off to Koh Rong, but ended up spening a night in Sihanoukville (from where ...

      Sihanoukville

      A travel blog entry by msenior1990 on Nov 16, 2014

      24 photos

      ... me a bed so I went and got a few hours kip. Then, you guessed it, straight on the back of a moped Wev hired to the ocean. I'm back in paradise. Wev basically lived the last 3 days on the beach with iced shakes, tanning oil and a pack of cards. Aprox every 3 minutes will a bunch of Cambodians Insist your legs armpits bikini line is the hairiest they have seen and for that you must be threaded on the beach. With that, ...

      The unpeaceful peaceful island

      A travel blog entry by sierrayla on Oct 07, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... a candlelit dinner
      on the beach, but were doing so in an environment where our privilege could not
      be ignored. Again, this is something we’ve gotten somewhat used to while
      travelling here, albeit sometimes with more of a barrier (sometimes even a
      literal moat) that separates us from the impoverished people around us.

      The next morning we caught a 45 min ferry to Koh Rong. The
      ferry disembarks at a pier near the center of the main beach and ...

      Sunny with a chance of showers

      A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Sep 18, 2014

      7 photos

      ... rain storm emerged. After stopping for lunch, mmmm grilled cheese, we headed down the main strip to serendipity beach, which is the backpacker area. Here we played in the waves with a local boy about 8 years old for a couple hours. I stayed on the beach while Justin swam first, and the little boy would watch and pick up on how Justin was riding the waves. From a distance he would laugh and get so excited. Next thing you know, he was comfortable ...

      Templed Out, Jungled Up, Island Down

      A travel blog entry by s-oldfield on May 25, 2014

      ... raising ride on the back of a moped from somewhere in the Andoung Tuek vicinity, I took a raft across the river and landed in the very picturesque Chi Phat. There were three tourists (including me) the day I arrived.

      I organised to go mountain biking in the surrounding Cardamon Mountains. The only problem was I had to wear trousers to keep the leeches out. Typical of me, I didn't have anything appropriate and I had waited for the most remote tiny village to sort this ...