City Poi Pet Hotel

Address: Kbai Spean, Poipet, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kbai Spean, Poipet.
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Travel Blogs from Poipet

From Battambang to Svay Sisiphon

A travel blog entry by mrsdee on Feb 04, 2014

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... white herons and egrets. We couldn't stop but I was thrilled to see this endangered bird.

By the time we reached the extensive ruined temple which dates from the 11th century, we were tired, hungry and pretty grumpy I think I can say. Having passed a sign saying that landmines had been cleared from the area and crossed the moat around the temple, we paid a visit to a primitive happy room by the Historic Police Station (whose duties did not seem ...

Killer Journey!

A travel blog entry by sarahemma on Jan 07, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

OH MY CHRIST… if ever my patience has been tested, today was the day...  After a month of ****** journeys we thought our luck would change by paying extra to get a minibus.. and at the start it seemed that way. I should have known by now not to let Asia lure you in to a false sense of security. We get on the minibus, get given free water, have air con, theres bloody WiFi (connects but nothing works- of course it bloody doesn't, what did you expect?!) and its pretty spacious. ...

Kampong Chang - seeing the real life

A travel blog entry by dashagirl on Dec 25, 2013

34 photos

Merry Christmas from Kampong Chang, Cambodia. It is a beautiful sunny day, about 80 degrees F, and breezy. Today 7 of us traveled about 40 minutes in the back of a tuk tuk to the prison where we were to meet with the prisoners to do a sermon and sing. However, when we got there, we were not allowed in due to some protests going on in the city (5 miles away). There are protests going on from factory workers demanding an increase ...

Passing the Cambodian - Thailand Border

A travel blog entry by saadakhter on Dec 20, 2013

The night bus was not the best I've had during my travels. But I was so tired that I slept anyway. When we got off to stamp our passports, it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be but it was something I had to experience myself. Want to know more just ask! ...

Leaving Bhutan

A travel blog entry by gmeetstheworld on Oct 29, 2013

3 comments, 10 photos

... Bhutan - and get this, she was there to meet us!! I met my first real queen. (there's a gay joke in there somewhere, but I'll refrain...) She was stunning and articulate and we had tea and pastries with her. Now I can say, “I had tea with the queen.” She is so dedicated to this cause. One of the women on our trip from DC is a patron of Renew from its inception 8 years ago. I am in the process of getting as many people on the trip to put together a nice donation for ...