Pailin Hotel

219 Monivong Boulevard, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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Forum Posts

Hotel

by cool_mum

Hi, I'd like to know which hotel will be the best place near downtown only one night stay? Budget 's around 50 US$. Thanks in advance !

Re: Hotel

by cool_mum

how about this hotel : Almond Hotel.
Thanks !

Re: Hotel

by cochinjew

Mingalarbar.
http://www.royal-inn.net/index.php
this is a hotel situated near the centre of the town and very economical. around 20 usd singe and you can see the facilities on line (link enclosed). i have stayed there more than once. Basic good hotel with the necessary amenities.. a nice double room is under 40 usd

Re: Hotel

by terretrails

Hi - I stayed here http://www.darareangsey.com/pp/ a few weeks ago. Pretty close to Sisawath Quay, rooms are clean with aircon & good shower and cost $15 - $20 a night. Family run and are very friendly and helpful.

Re: Hotel

by cool_mum

Thanks everyone for your kind advices.
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Re: Hotel

by cool_mum

Thanks everyone for your kind advices.
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Re: Hotel

by cool_mum

Thanks everyone for your kind advices.
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Re: Hotel

by maxlie

Is Royal Inn clean and nice?

Re: Hotel

by cochinjew

I have stayed there on three different occasions and two of my students stayed there many times over the period of one month.. all the reports are satisfactory. it is a small hotel, nice clean rooms and safe. friendly staff.

Re: Hotel

by AlbuqRay

I just got back from Cambodia. When I was in downtown Phnom Penh, I stayed at the Fancy Guesthouse. It was a great location near the quay and National Museum, and reasonably priced ($15-$25). For more information and pics, see my Phnom Penh tips.

Re: Hotel

by shokleng

Hi,

i just came back from Cambodia and had a good time there.
i get to know this kind and honest (freelance) tour guide in Phomn Penh.
He is a cambodian chinese.

you can get him to assist you to book the hotel for you as it will be cheaper to get the tour guide to book for you instead of you book them on your own.

his email is: hengtry@hotmail.com

tel: + 092688 622 or 011223776

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

Money

by marts60

Hire a Tuk Tuk for a few hours, shouldnt be more than $10. Start off with a visit to Toul Sleng Genocide museum, quite ghoulish and unnerving but a must see. Then in the company of your Tuk Tuk driver take the 30min ride out to the Killing Fields, as with Toul Sleng this location has to visited to attempt to understand what went on. Finish off by asking your driver to take you to a Khmer restaurant on the way back, one that he would use! Feed him too, its that cheap!

Riverside Architecture

by DrewV

Decaying French colonial buildings grace the Phnom Penh riverside. The French influence remains fairly strong in Cambodia, certainly more so than in Vietnam. Omelettes seem a popular breakfast, and baguettes are served as standard Khmer fare. Also, my French knowledge seemed kinda sorta helpful, although to be honest, English has become VERY popular in Cambodia. You'll be hard pressed not to find someone who speaks English.

Currency

by xaver

Acvtually in Cambodia the most common used currency is dollar. They have prices in dollars, and give you the change in dollars, the real is practically used as if it was dollar's cent. One dollar is about 4000 real, actually, so no need to change money into real, just be sure to have enough dollars.If you need money you can get cash in advance with your credit card at banks or exchange offices, but forget atms, they still do not exist(at least for foreigners).

Adaptors

by Cathy&Gary

The adaptor for Cambodia is the same one used in Bali and Thailand. We always take a small Aussie powerboard with us as well, then we can charge everything at once if we like, eg mobile, camera, laptop etc

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A Chilling Memorial

by keeweechic

Within the memorial rows of piled skulls bring the home the tradegy of these people.

Some of the victims were killed and buried at Toul Sleng but most were driven at night by truck to Choeung Ek. Some were told to dig their own graves before being clubbed to death with any heavy object that was available.
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