Hang Neak Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

14, Street 201, Khan ChamkarMorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Hang Neak Hotel
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Guesthouse recommendation plus VT gathering?

by racayadi

Has anyone stayed here?

any other recommendations?

* Will be in PP - nights of April 28 and May 5
SR- April 29 -May2
VT gathering?? Let me know....

Re: Guesthouse recommendation plus VT gathering?

by Saxman92

I'll be coming through PP around that time, depending on the exact itinerary I'm working on. I'll let you know asap.

Re: Guesthouse recommendation plus VT gathering?

by earthflyer

I stayed at the Capitol Guesthouse 7 years ago don't know if it is any better or worse.

Re: Guesthouse recommendation plus VT gathering?

by racayadi

Thanks... shall keep looking...

Re: Guesthouse recommendation plus VT gathering?

by hez28

there's a guesthouse/backpacker lodge area at Boeng Kak Lake.. very cheap and decent places to stay at.

dunno if that's your cup of tea..


Re: Guesthouse recommendation plus VT gathering?

by don59

I stayed there for a week back in November & thought it was excellent!You could tell they took pride in the place. Great people running the place, very good food, good Air con in the rooms & resteraunt area, fair prices & interesting part of town.

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

Mekong River

by nepalgoods

In the evening people gather at the banks of the Mekong River. It is very interesting and much fun to watch the people selling and buying, taking a walk and enjoying the mild air and the golden sun of the evening.

ATM,s, Cash, Travellers Cheques, Visa Cards etc

by Cathy&Gary

There are ATMs in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, we used them a lot, if your card has Cirrus or Maestro on the back you will be ok.

Cash of course is also great, we took a mixture of everything, US dollars, atm cards and travellers cheques).

US dollars are accepted everywhere in Cambodia. Make sure you have lots of small denominations, eg mainly ones and fives.

Sometimes you will get some riel as change when you spend dollars, get rid of them before you leave as they will be worth nothing to you, use for small items like bottles of water, tips etc.

There are lots of places that you can change travellers cheques and you can get a cash advance from Visa cards at the Cambodian Commercial Bank and Anz Royal Bank in Phnom Penh and a few banks in other main towns.

There is a list of ATM machines in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap in my
Travelogue Page


by keeweechic

US$ are generally accepted throughout the country and change is given back in US$ unless the amount is under US$1 where local currency is given.
Some credit cards can be used. In my hotel I could pay any additional charges with my credit card but I could not buy a book from the hotel on a credit card (unless I had it charged to my room).

..or warning and danger?

by xaver

Actually I am not sure if this tip should be under off the beaten or under warning and danger, but, as usually I am not a warning person I will write here.Killing fields are about 15 kilometers from phon pen centre, wich may sound pretty close. Before going just bkeep in mind that most of those kilometers are in a country and extremely dusty road, wich means, that, if you like me, decide to go by motorbike, you will have to brath a lot of dust, and your white trousers will nicely become red once you are back in the centre!Kidding apart I stopped using motorbikes just for long trips, there is anarchy on these streets.

Just about anything

by stedeb about Central Market (Pasah Thmay)

This market stocks just about everything you could possibly want and many things you won't!!!!!
Shoes, clothes, designer label stuff , luggage, watches all at amazing prices.

We were told the Russian market was the place to visit but found this one much cheaper and more variety.


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