Jockey Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

No. 115, St. 214 Corner St. 63, Sangkat Beoung Reang, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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Costs 52% less but rated 45% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Solo28
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price range for renting in PP?

by mpearman

I'm moving to PP for a while and I'd like a general idea of how much it is to rent a place in the area.
..or perhaps be directed to someone/webpage that can tell me.

Thank you very much!

help in PP?

by don59

I cant help you with the rentals exactly, but I can recomend a good friend that runs a Tuk-Tuk. He is reliable, Honest(!), speaks english and can take you anywhere around PP. He's pretty resourceful & I bet could help look for rentals or other tasks. His name is Borith 012 395046
PP is a fascinating town. Good Luck

Re: price range for renting in PP?

by marc_pp

You could rent a nice room with fan and bathroom for as little as $50 per month, add costs of water and electricity. A villa in Tuol Kork with swimming pool and air-conditioners might cost $2500 (or more) add water and electricity. You can find anything in between.

You might consider serviced apartments. Consult and work the links

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

Talk to the locals

by pmarshuk

The motodup driver I used regularly was a great source of useful information about Cambodia. I took one long trip up the Mekong to visit an island and while we were waiting for a ferry we had a really interesting talk about what happened to his family under Pol Pot - his father and 3 brothers were killed leaving him with his mother and sister. He doesn't know how he survived because his father was a policeman. We also talked about how he was working to educate himself so he could go to university and get on. However one to note is that the person you are talking to is old enough to have actually suffered as they say. Remember that the Pol Pot regime fell in in 1979 so if he's only 20 and he says his father was killed by Pol Pot - there's a problem with the arithmetic somewhere

Traditional Markets

by sunnywong

A trip to at least one traditional market (psah) is a must. If you visit only one or two markets, begin with the Russian Market and the Central Market. Both offer curios, souvenirs and a cultural shopping adventure. Other markets such as the Old Market (Psah Chas) have far fewer items of interest to the tourist but can still be photographically intriguing. They open and close with the sun but are pretty sleepy between 11:30AM and 2:00PM.


by elpariente

A mi la verdad es que me llamo la atencion ver a esta nina vendiendo aranas asadas. Nosotros esta vez no las probamos , ya veremos que pasa la proxima

To me it paid my attention to see this girl selling roasted spiders.
We did not try them this time , we will see what happens next time

The Killing Fields

by mary2u99

The Killing Fields of Choeung Eik is one of the most chilling sights in Cambodia.

Prisoners from Tuol Sleng were trucked to Choeung Ek and were killed by smashing their skull with bamboo, knifes or swords. There are buried in mass shallow grave.

Walking in this ground where mass grave are is really very sad and eerie.

We took the tuk tuk here, it was a very long ride but it was worth it ...

Its a very quiet place now but I can imagine the cry of prisoners but I can't imagine what goes thru their mind in the last hour of their death.

Cheap CDs, DVds & funky clothes

by kat2000 about Boom Boom Records

Boom Boom sells cheap Cds & has really nice funky clothes(for boys & girls)-tops, trousers & skirts etc-They are v nice & very good price.
The shop next door also sells a HUGE amount of cheap dvds.


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