The Kabiki

22, Street 264, Phnom Penh, 1000, Cambodia
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128
Average
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36
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  • Families89
  • Couples85
  • Solo86
  • Business83

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Photos

RULES SND REGULATIONS OF INTERROGATIONRULES SND REGULATIONS OF INTERROGATION

Another ferry on the MekongAnother ferry on the Mekong

View, S21, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.View, S21, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

a group of Khmer in shadowa group of Khmer in shadow

Forum Posts

Child-friendly pool in Phnom Penh?

by Russell_and_Julie

My wife and I are passing through PP for a few days to visit a child we sponsor, and the org that takes care of her told us she and her friends would like to go swimming. They are 14, 12, and 9.

Any ideas where we could go? The hotel that we always stay at is small, and while it has a great( adult, "night-clubby") pool, it is probably not appropriate for kids.

Can anyone point us to nice pools or clubs where tourists/expats take their kids? We're don't have kids ourselves, so we're clueless about this stuff :)

Thanks!

Re: Child-friendly pool in Phnom Penh?

by Durfun

Best is hitting the beach in the south!!

Re: Child-friendly pool in Phnom Penh?

by Russell_and_Julie

Thanks, but we're not allowed to take them out of the city.

Re: Child-friendly pool in Phnom Penh?

by Durfun

OK, Take them to the Raffles pool.

Or InterContinental.

There are a few nice hotels on the main road (same side as President's palace)off the river as well.

Re: Child-friendly pool in Phnom Penh?

by andyhad

The Kabiki (www.thekabiki.com) is a good small family-friendly place.

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

Some money issues

by picek

Bring USD and you don't have to change it into Riel. Best is to take small USD notes and even buying simple things with dollar is no problem - in return you get back riel or dollar when value is higher.

Even ATM issue USD bank notes.

Not only Phanom Penh, they trade with dollar everywhere, even in remote place. But yes, I like to pay with local money when buying food and market stuff. After all, if they didn't need their own currency, why they would bother to print it.

There are exchange offices around many places in Phnom Penh, they all look the same like that one on the picture. Most of them are around Central market, and if you compare them... there are some differencies upon the exchange rates.

By the way, some things you would actually get lil cheaper if you paid in Riel. But the difference for you won't be that high.

Visa's & Airport Tax

by Cathy&Gary

Make sure you take a few passport size photos with you, (one for your visa and one for your Angkor Wat pass, plus a spare, just in case!!

This info is for those arriving by plane. You will be given forms for your visa on the plane.

Its all very easy and only takes a few minutes, proceed to the counter with the very immaculately dressed, stony faced officials and away you go.

The visa on arrival is for a 30 day stay and will cost US$20.

You can also apply for a visa before you leave your home country through your travel agent, Royal Embassies and Consulates of Cambodia (but it will cost more) or apply online for an eVisa.

Cambodia Visa, Apply For Visa Online - Official Site,

Visa's on arrival are issued at Phnom Penh International Airport, Siem Reap International Airport. Poi Pet, O'Smach and Cham Yeam at the Cambodia-Thailand international border checkpoint and Bavet, Kaam Samnor at the Cambodia-Vietnam international border checkpoint.

Visa fee: Business visa: US$25, Tourist visa: US$20.

Airport Tax

Don’t forget there is an airport tax of US$25 for International departures.

This tax is usually not included in the price of your ticket, so make sure that you have US$25 spare in cash when you are leaving, which is payable at the airport.

Domestic departures tax is US$10 from Phnom Penh and US$6 from Siem Reap.

International Gate Ways

Phnom Penh International Airport
Siem Reap International Airport
Sihanoukville Port (Visa on Arrival)

Airport Tax:

International Airport:
USD25
Domestic:
6USD

Telephone Country code: 855, Phnom Penh code: 23.

Markets are open from early morning to late evening, including Sundays and pubic holidays.

Climate

by keeweechic

The climate is tropical and has three major seasons. The nicest season is the dry season from November to March where the temperatures are cooler (average temperatures 20 - 28C). The hot season lasts from March to June (average temperatures 28-35C) and the rainy season from May to early October. I was there in early April and it was pretty hot.

Phnom Penh Dump

by Christianzagar

We spent a morning with a bunch of children who live next to the dump. They have to spend all day rummaging through the garbage to find recyclables to sell back to some Vietnamese company. We played with the children as well as fed them. I forget the name of the organization that runs the program but will post it soon as well as more infor about the place and the organizations mandate

Custom Made Shoes to Order

by Avenge about Tuol Sleng

I don't know that this shop actually had a name, but it's very close to Tuol Sleng. If you need a pair of shoes, they can make good quality shoes of most any style in three days for about $25. Leather sandals for $15.

If you have a photo of the shoe you want made, they can make it. Make sure you are specific about the type of sole and lining of your shoe. $15 for sandals
$25 for Shoes (even dress shoes)

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Address: 22, Street 264, Phnom Penh, 1000, Cambodia