Le Rit's Guest House

No. 71, Street 240, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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    Quiet, lovely and Friendly Service

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    I had the chance to stay twice in the short span of one month at Le Rits. Apart from the fact that it is an institution that helps women in need, the service, the decoration and the food were of good quality. It is not in the back packer district and it is in one of the nicer streets of PNH rue 240. ( convenient to the Cuban Embassy for me)
    I had a very hectic schedule and they tried to fit me in every fashion. the flight out of PNH was at 8 pm and I didnt check out until about 6 pm: no problem
    since it is a small guest house with 7 rooms, one gets an intimate feeling of staying at someones house.

    Unique Quality: By luck or coincidence the french lady who founded the Nyemo Charity came in and was delightful talking to her. Yet another good connection to cement Cambodian affections.
    Friendly staff
    the khmer french food is different from what is on the offer elsewhere in town. See my resto review.
    from now on this is where I will stay while I am in PNH.

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    Boutique Hotel, same time help Rescued Khmer Women

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    First of all, it is run by women wo have been rescued from bad social situations and given the opportunity to work and mend their lives. Also you can buy excellent silk products for half the price of Siem Reap stores or general stores in PNH.
    very tastefully decorated, in an older house with winding staircase and large sitting rooms in the verandah . Big bathrooms

    Unique Quality: Large rooms
    Big bathrooms
    attached balconies and verandahs . Mine had space for two sofas and a table
    silk products from the women
    friendly staff
    french touch in decorations
    truly a boutique hotel not a guest house and not a one star hotel advertising itself as boutique hotel

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Forum Posts

Recommended Day tour Itinerary!

by bike_packer

Having a full day to tour around Phnom Penh, what should we not miss?
Is getting a guided tour as offered by hotels/travel agencies be a better option as compared to renting a car and do it on our own time and places of choice. How much approximately it will cost. By the way, we are four in the family travelling, and that includes my 4- and 9-year-old daughters.

Thank you!

Re: Recommended Day tour Itinerary!

by Tina-Perth

Have you checked the Phnom Penh pages here?

Re: Recommended Day tour Itinerary!

by s8513827h

Hi,

i rented a tuk tuk for 15 USD for the whole day and it was definetly worth it. We visited many places like killing field , museum , king palace , russia market and central market . hope you have a nice trip

joseph

Re: Recommended Day tour Itinerary!

by Tina-Perth

A tuk tuk can be a security hazard, so watch any bag/camera straps are locked down, so young boys jumping onto the tuk tuk when it slows cannot grab them. Also, the roads can be extremely dusty, so definitely not my choice of transport.

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

Tuol Sleng prison and torture center

by extrajoce

This former school was converted by the Khmer Rouge regime into a prison when they came to power in 1975. It was mainly used for purges within the Khmer Rouge. The Vietnamese Army 'liberated' it in 1979, finding 8 survivors... out of the more than 8000 prisoners registered.
Each prisoner was photographed, and Tuol Sleng now acts as a museum to the genocide. It is a sober and simple display of human horror. Not for the squeamish, but definitely worth seeing to understand Cambodia better.
Southern suburbs, as indicated in any guide book, by any hotel or moto-driver.

meat stall inside the Central Market

by sunnywong

Keep these shots in mind the next time you have a bowl of beef noodle soup in Phnom Penh. You may imagine a refrigerated meat locker in the restaurant's kitchen, but chances are the meat comes straight from a scene just like this.

Water Festival - Bonn Om Took

by Cathy&Gary

Bonn Om Took (normally held in November) is the water festival which brings in the fishing season and marks the change of the flow of the Tonle Sap river, during this time the river begins to flow backwards towards the sea.

The population of Phnom Penh doubles during this very popular festival when people from all over the country come to celebrate the three day water festival and to watch the longboat races on the Tonle Sap in Phnom Penh, fireworks and a lighted flotilla of boats.

There are lots more photos from Cambodia on my link below:
Cathy and Garys Travel Pages

Crossing the Meakon River

by shiran_d

The Mekong River is one of the world's 10th rivers in its river length and has great influences upon nature and societies of the Indo-china Peninsula. The name "MEKONG" originate in Thai language, Mae Nam Khong.

experience local life at its hectic best

by richiecdisc about Central Market (Pasah Thmay)

Phnom Penh’s Psar Thmei (Central Market) is a bustling place to just wander about and do some shopping. You can find most anything you might need and if not looking to buy, it’s a fun place to just people watch. The best part for us was checking out the local foods. It’s a great place to stock up on supplies for a bus journey too! Try the savory pancakes and a host of local beverages at prices you can’t refuse (generally around 10-20 cents).

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Address: No. 71, Street 240, Phnom Penh, Cambodia