NagaWorld

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

North Tower, Level 5, Hun Sen Park, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
NagaWorld Hotel & Entertainment Complex
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
15%
30
Very Good
37%
72
Average
24%
47
Poor
10%
20
Terrible
11%
21

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 12% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families51
  • Couples55
  • Solo47
  • Business54

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Forum Posts

hostels/guest houses in PP

by kentut_besar

Hi, can anyone provide info. on safe, clean, comfortable hostels/guest houses in PP, preferably which can also help arrange reliable tuk-tuk/taxi day tours ?

Its for 2 ladies who are going there in Jan 2011.

Cheers.

Re: hostels/guest houses in PP

by AlbuqRay

I liked the Fancy Guest House and it had an excellent location too.

Re: hostels/guest houses in PP

by Eithwe

I know some guesthouse near National Museum.
Its between $15 to $20/per night for double/twin room.
Since its near national museum/royal palace/night market/riverside, then you can save transport cost too.
I am also expat lady who working in Phnom Penh.
I don't mind to give travel tips for you if you need.

Re: hostels/guest houses in PP

by KhunTom

Hi, I like to Burly Guest House or Sky Park Guest House in Street 111. It is like a hotel with telephone and elevator. It starts 7 US$ and it is clean and safe. The CAPITAL TOURS Bus Station is just 700 m away, Ideal to reach or leave it without a taxi...

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

When in Phnom Penh, the most...

by Svitata

When in Phnom Penh, the most happening place to be will be at Sosowath Quay, by the river. That's where most of the restaurants and pubs are, and that's by the most dust-free and cleanest street in the city!! It's a nice place to be whether in the day or in the evening (although it feels a lot safer in the day!). Having a cup of coffee by the river!

An Excellent Guide in Phnom Penh

by AlbuqRay

When I took the 6-hour Mekong Express bus ride from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap to see the countryside, little did I know how fortunate I would be. The Fancy Guesthouse got seat 1D for me. It turned out to be on the aisle in the front row on the right hand side. Not only did I have the best seat for seeing things and taking pictures, but I also happened to be sitting next to Ms. Nara, a professional guide taking a 3-day holiday to visit her aunt in Kompong Thom. She is a very nice lady who really knows the local history and customs, and is happy to share her knowledge. I learned so much during that three hours to Kompong Thom. Awkun choeun (thank you very much) to her! She is not licensed to guide in Siem Reap but can do Phnom Penh and basically the rest of the country. Her phone number is (+855) 12580089. I highly recommend Ms. Nara.

However, Nara sometimes recommends her friend, Heak, as a driver. I used him in Feb 2010 and I do not recommend him. Absolutely do not drive with him at night. He has night vision problems and cannot see well. He is also phobic about going up inclines and getting his car dirty. Why he originally accepted my itinerary to remote sites in Northwest Cambodia, I shall never know. Over and over again, he had excuses why he could not go somewhere, but then we would see cars just like his both coming from and going to the destination. Basically I just had to say that I was paying him $95/day and that he had to go (although I walked up rather than asking him to drive up the steep, paved road to Phnom Kulen). Guess what? We always made it with no problem. Heak is a nice enough fellow and speaks good English. If you only have to drive during the day and on straight, level, paved roads, he would be fine, even if those roads are busy.

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The link below is for bits of info and links etc that didn't seem to fit in on any of my other pages, so just scroll down and you might see something that might help you with your holiday. I will always be adding to this page, so keep coming back.

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ALWAYS CARRY A STRONG MOSQUITO REPELLANT

by DennyP

WHEN TRAVELLING ON DAILY TRIPS I ALWAYS CARRY IN THE TROPICS:
A SMALL BACKPACK WITH FOLLOWING ITEMS:
PLENTY OF FRESH DRINKING WATER (ALWAYS CHECK THE SEAL ON THE CAP TO MAKE SURE THAT IT IS NOT A REFILL:
ANOTHER DEFINATE ITEM I CARRY IS A RELIABLE MOSQUITO AND INSECT REPELLANT: GOOD COMFORTABLE WALKING /HIKING BOOTS/SHOES:
A SMALL ROLLED UP PONCHO THAT COVERS ME AND MY BACKPACK: A GOOD SUNSCREEN AS THE SUN CAN BE EXTREME:
A SMALL TUBE OF MOISTURISER:
A TUBE OF LIP BALM :
A PACKET OF "WET ONES" WIPES:
TWO BAND AID STRIPS..(JUST IN CASE) WALKING NEVER ENDS !!
A SMALL PACKET OF TISSUES (IN CASE THE ROLL IS EMPTY) MAKE SURE THAT YOUR DIGITAL BATTERY IS CHARGED BEFORE SETTING OUT:
AND I CARRY ALSO A SPARE MEMORY CARD:
I HAVE ALSO AN INTERNATIONAL POWERPOINT ADAPTOR :
AND DIGITAL CAMERA BATTERY CHARGER:(AT THE HOTEL) A GOOD HAT:
A PAIR OF SUNGLASSES A SELF WINDING (CHARGING) TORCH AS STREET LIGHTING IS MINIMAL IF NOT NONE AT ALL ALSO WHEN IN LARGE DARK TEMPLES ALWAYS TAKE YOUR TORCH

Royal University of Phnom Penh

by shrimp56

Part of my time in Phnom Penh included a visit to the Humanities & Social Sciences division of this university. That the university survives is a miracle given the concerted efforts of the Khmer Rouge to eliminate the intellectual class from Cambodian society. 85% of those at the university were killed between 1975-79.
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This is a picture of the only academic library in Cambodia.

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