President Hotel Battambang City

Address: Romchak 4 Village, Battambang, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Romchak 4 Village, Battambang.
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Travel Blogs from Battambang

Batta Bing Battambang

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Aug 28, 2014

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... and knew just how to wheedle your money out of you. And of course, these salespeople would be children. We had experienced this before during our time on Otres, with children selling bracelets to anyone and everyone that would listen. They're often adorable, speak impressive English and have a witty rapport for any reasons you give. They are also not in school and probably under pressure from whoever is sending them out to bring money home. It's the ultimate catch 22, you buy ...

Journey to Battambang.

A travel blog entry by ainsleyvigor on Jun 17, 2014

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... as he did a great job and at 2 Dollars it was the best cheapest haircut I have had! We headed back to the hotel and went down to the pool and had a swim and read our books. Suddenly the pool was overrun by about 30 people that where on a company outing and they where all mucking around in the pool putting me off my reading especially as the drinks I had ordered had not turned up. We had read on reviews that the hotel is used for business meetings but this ...

April, May, June

A travel blog entry by stuchy on Jun 10, 2014

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... attendants. It's a pretty easy venue to manage, but the kicker was also being in charge of air-conditioning! The mornings were ok, but the afternoons got hot. There were about 6 banks of air conditioning controls scattered around the venue that had to go around and control. Then as the afternoon went on and they were cranked to coldest and the units start failing. For many of the foreigners serving here like it to be fridge temperature, while the Cambodians ...

Riding the Bamboo Train

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on May 30, 2014

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... a bracelet, two of the other girls repeatedly said to us "I gave you grasshopper and you no buy me" with a grumpy attitude. We didn't give in to buy another one though and we paid the $0.50 we were told the one bracelet cost. I felt really uncomfortable about the whole thing because we know that begging and trickery like this are common in Cambodia (from what we've heard, read, and experienced so far) and we don't want to assist in creating a new generation of beggars and uneducated ...

Cambodian Childrens Trust projects

A travel blog entry by tonymm on May 16, 2014

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... which supplies food for the school. They teach horticulture. It's a bit of a drop in type set up, about 135 kids attend the youth centre. They also have start a restaurant in Battambang called Jaan Bai, ("rice bowl" in Khmer). "My hope is that Jaan Bai will not only create jobs for underprivileged youth but bring people to Battambang and boost the local economy," says Tara Winkler. Vittoria Coffee helped fund the restaurant and founded Battambang's first ...