A heavily-moderated forum containing essential information on various aspects of Cambodia. Only moderators can create threads, but all users can post. Questions should be asked in the Questions and Answers forum.
Biker is a crackup- comedy gold. He must have a different agenda from most of us if he really stays there.
I just want to add to the list of hostel and guesthouses in Cambodia. There's a boutique hostel in Phnom Penh on Street 174 (Street Okhna Ket), very close to Golden Soriya Mall and St. Tropez club. Sla Boutique Hostel is very clean and it has a community style kitchen that ones can buy food from the market and cook it there. Their $1.50 mojito daily from 5pm to 11pm is something that you cannot miss. Rates start from $7-$10 includes a daily breakfast. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, hot water shower, and personal lockers. Front desk opens 24-hour so there's no curfew, and free WI-FI is available in the communal area.
hello. I am looking for some first hand information on where to stay when visiting but I dont want to go to TripAdvisor. Do any have some new information to add to this?
hello again. could someone move this to the Questions and Answers for me please.
None of us are travel agents so it's common courtesy to provide some details so people can help you.
Guest friendly y/n
Maybe even mention the city you want to find accommodation in?
ផោមក្លិនស្អុយ is a smelly bugger
Thank you all for posting this. I am looking hard at Cambodia/Vietnam while I finish my BA (online) to teach part time. Thinking maybe Cambodia; finish BA, then teach Vietnam.
Regardless, it is helpful and generous of you to put your time into sharing this type of information.
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