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Battambang

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[[Image:MapBattambang.png|thumb|right|210px|Map of Battambang]]
 
===By plane===
 
Battambang does have an airport, but it has been closed since the road to [[Phnom Penh]] was paved.
===By road===
Buses National Highway 5 is paved and share taxis run from Battambang runs southeast to many destinations, including [[Phnom Penh]], [[Siem Reap]] (via and northwest to [[Sisophon]]), and the [[Thailand|Thai]] border at [[Poipet]]/. At [[Aranyaprathet]] (also via Sisophon) and '''Pailin'''. The [[Phnom Penh]] - Battambang - , National Highway 6 branches off to provide paved access to [[SisophonSiem Reap]] road is paved and well maintained, and the bridges are not prone to collapsing (unlike their counterparts on the unpaved roads). Travelling by In a car, it takes around four hours to get to [[Phnom Penh]], is around 4 hr away and just under an hour to get to [[Sisophon]]can be reached in just under 1 hr. Buses to By bus, [[Phnom Penh]] take about five5-six hours 6 hr and cost about US$4. The infamous [[Poipet]] - [[Sisophon]] - [[Siem Reap]] road has finally been paved. Getting from [[Sisophon]] to [[Poipet]] or [[Siem Reap]] by car takes just under an hour, at least 3 hr and about double that by buscosts US$3.75.
The Highway 57 from Battambang to '''[[Pailin''' road is ]] was paved finallyin 2010. Paramount Bus Company has started a service Angkor Buses run twice daily from Battambang to [[Pailin]] (2 hr) for US$4. The journey takes about 1.5-2 hours but just has 2 buses running this route.
===By boat===
Boats go to and One boat a day travels from [[Siem Reap]] (for [[Angkor Archaeological Park|Angkor]]) dailyto Battambang, departing Siem Reap at 7AM. An interesting and very scenic journey along small rivers, the boats thread their boat threads it's way through numerous charming floating villages and past dozens of towering cantilevered fishing net installations. It can take as little as four hours, or over twelvebetween 4-12 hr, depending on the time of year (and hence the water level), however the time can be fairly accurately predicted by checking the time that the same boat arrived yesterday.
When During the dry season, when the water level gets very low, the boats cannot get all the way to Battambang and the journey is completed by minibus or pick-uptruck.
===By rail===
Rail service has since been suspendedCambodia's defunct rail system is due to be regenerated by 2013. The government is working line runs from [[Poipet]] on a new railway scheme but that is not operating yetthe Thai border through [[Sisophon]] and along the southern side of the [[Tonle Sap Lake]] to [[Battambang]] and [[Phnom Penh]].
==Get around==
The city center centre is pretty compact and can be mostly explored by foot, cycles . Bicycles can be rented from most hotels or private hire companies for around US$1-2 all per day. Motorbikes (well, scooters) Motorcycles can be rented from US$5 a day. It's best The driving habits of locals are hazardous. Police may try to be aware fine tourists on motobikes. If pulled over, stay calm, smile, take the key out of Cambodia's stringent traffic laws concerning foreigners the ignition (to prevent the police trying to ransom it), and the dangerous driving habits pay a small fine of localsUS1-2. Carry Arguing, waving your driving license at all times to avoid inflated fines from licence in their faces or otherwise upsetting the policeis not smooth behaviour.
Like most of Cambodia, tukTuk-tuks and motorbike drivers hang around in popular tourist areas waiting to take you somewhere, and with . As most of the interesting and useful destinations being generally are quite close to each other, most rides should only cost you around US$2-US$4 a trip. More distant trips like Phnom Sampouv (the 'killing caves') will cost around US$10, and can be combined with other destinations for a total of US$12-$15. Small boats act as ferries (500 riel) and cross the river in front of the market.
==See==
The most famous of these statues is on the main road in from Phnom Penh and is of an ancient Khmer King holding a stick which he used to quell rebellions in the Battambang area. The name of the town / province comes from this legend.
 
[[Image:PsarNat.jpg|thumb|200px|Battambang's central market]]
 
Check out riverside dancing along the river around dusk. Some serious K-Pop action goes down.
The town also has a number of fine colonial buildings along the river including a very grand French era governors residence.
[[Image:Killing_caves.jpg|thumb|200px|Phnom Sampeu's Killing Caves]]
* '''Phnom Sampeu''', a hill with the Killing Caves of the Khmer Rouge, a few others caves adorned with Buddhist statues, and a monastery with two Buddhist Stupas on the hilltop. Entry is US$2 - also covering Wat Banan - and it takes about an hour 1 hr to climb the circuit to the monastery on top, with a short-cut leading back down to the shops and restaurants which line the approaching road.
* '''Wat Banan''', the so-called mini-Angkor wat, an impressive flight of stairs lead up to a dilapidated Angkor-style temple which is still in use as a Buddhist shrine.
[[Image:WatEkNaheBattambang.jpg|thumb|200px|Wat Ek Phnom]]
* '''Wat Ek Phnom''', another Angkor-type temple ruin, about 15km 15 km north west of Battambang. The road runs along lovely small rivers flanked by trees and small villages making it a generally nice area. Approaching Wat Ek Phnom, you suddenly encounter a giant Buddha statue in the Wat, which is certainly picture-worthy. The grounds of the Wat also have an Angkorian era temple which is in relatively good shape and with some interesting carvings.
*'''Wat Samraong Knong''', roughly translated as 'Wat in the forest' is an extremely old pagoda on the eastern side of the Sangker River. The eerie old Wat was used as a Khmer Rouge prison, and there were many executions on the premises. A new pagoda is now being built, and there is a memorial to the victims of the Khmer Rouge regime, with graphic illustrations just to the north. There are several opportunities to explore villages just south of town. The Cultural village of Watkor, just a few kilometers kilometres south of the town centre has several "ancient wooden houses" from the early 20th century. Further south are the agricultural villages of Kompong Seyma, and Ksach Puoy. For info call District Administration Battambang: ☎ +855 1288 1516, +855 1666 6111.
*<do name="Battambang Circus" alt="" address="Phare Ponleu Selpak" directions="10 min journey in tuk-tuk from the centre of Battambang-most drivers know the the circus" phone="+855 53 952 424" url="http://www.phareps.org" hours="Performances every Mon and Thurs from 6PM" price="US$8" lat="" long="">The shows are fun, energetic and exciting and include a range of circus disciplines. The ticket price helps support the NGO school which works with disadvantaged children and teenagers. </do>
[[Image:BambooTrainDerFussi.jpg|thumb|right|240px|The bamboo train near Battambang]]
====See * '''Rent a bicycle''' and cycle along the countryside====river. Upstream (south) or downstream (north). Both directions are flat and mostly paved, and it is possible to cycle along the river bank for a considerable distance, of up to 20 km each way.
* Wander around the market and sample local dishes. * Check out riverside dancing along the river around dusk. Some serious K'''The Bamboo Train''': ''(The term "train" being used loosely - A large bamboo platform mounted on train axles powered by a small go-Pop action goes downkart engine)''* Book a A trip around to the countryside train can be booked in most hotels or arranged with a motorbike or /tuk-tuk driver and visit some of the surrounding temples and enjoy the views. :*<do name="Soksabike bike ride" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="+855 12542019" url="http://www.soksabike.com" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">The bike tour visits the countryside but Currently it is more about seeing traditional livelihoods. Run as regulated by Battambang's Tourist Police, with a social enterprise which supports the standard rate of US$5 per person, minimum 2 people visitedor US$10 for one person, with discounts for larger groups. Really good if you want It is worthwhile to meet and talk with ask the people rather than just take snaps of templesdriver to stop at scenic places.</do>
* '''The Bamboo Train''': ''(The term <do name="trainGreen Orange Kayak" being used loosely - A large bamboo platform mounted alt="" address="" directions="" phone="+855 77 204 121" url="" hours="" price="US$12" lat="" long="">Go on train axles powered by a beautiful Stung Sangker river voyage from the small go-kart engine)''. A trip village of Ksach Poy to the train can be booked in most hotels or arranged with a motorbike/tuk-tuk driver. Currently it is regulated by Battambang's Tourist Police, with a standard rate of US$5 per person, minimum 2 people or US$10 for one person, with discounts for larger groupspast riverside terraces and traditional bamboo houses. It is worthwhile to ask Get away from the driver to stop at scenic placesdusty roads and learn first hand about traditional fishing and farming techniques. Half day trip, 11 km.</do>
[[Image:Battambang_cooking.jpg|thumb|right|240px|Buying ingredients]]
Many restaurants around Battambang offer cooking classes at varying prices.
* '''The Smoking Pot''', Daily courses priced at US$8. * '''Ch'Ngainh Ch'Ngainh''', A a homely and familial approach to cookery, this class is carried out in a family home. ([mailto:[email protected] [email protected]]) ☎ +855 12 63 93 50. Daily courses priced at US$10. * '''Nary Kitchen''', Svay Por Battambang, ('' opposite the Holiday Guesthouse''). ☎+855 1276 3950.
====Kayak down * '''Nary Kitchen''', Svay Por Battambang, (''opposite the river====Holiday Guesthouse''). ☎ +855 1276 3950, inside of a homestyle restaurant with Nary and her translator husband Toot. Daily courses in the morning or evening with two mains and spring rolls priced at $10.
*<do name="Green Orange Kayak" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="+855 77 204 121" url="" hours="" price="US$12" lat="" long="">Go on '''The Smoking Pot''', daily courses with a beautiful Stung Sangker river voyage from the small village minimum of Ksach Poy to Battambangtwo or more people, past riverside terraces and traditional bamboo houseswhich can be a problem in low season. Get away from the dusty roads and learn first hand about traditional fishing and farming techniques. Half day trip, 11km Priced at US$10.</do>
==Eat==
There are plenty of places to eat but after 7PM some places close and lots of streets become dark, so eating early (around 6PM) is recommended.
You can get some great French-style bread (by French standards) for 1000 KHR 1,000 rial a medium-size baguette up Northnorth, between the French cultural centre and the giant statue marking the entry in Battambang from the main interprovincial road. The bread that street sellers have elsewhere in town is of a much lower standard for the same price, similar to that found in [[Phnom Penh]] a baguette-shape, but sprinkled with sugar, however some people do not notice any difference between the bread sold in the north and elsewhere in Battambang. It is generally of decent quality all across the city.
* <eat name="Au Cabaret Vert Restaurant" alt="Au Cabaret Vert-Hôtel à Battambang" address=" Toul Ta Ek, Otakom 2" directions="5 min from the market by tuk-tuk" phone="+885 53 656 2000,+885 77 991 384 " email="[email protected]" fax="" url="http://www.aucabaretvert.com" hours="" price="US$9-16 for a main course, entrees US$8-12" lat="" long="">Traditional Cambodian dishes, their speciality is ''fish amok'', complemented by a French-style menu that includes desserts and wine.</eat>
* <eat name="Bamboo Train Café & amp; Bar'" alt="previously known as "Snow White/Apsara Garden Bar & amp; Restaurant" address="" directions="Cross the new bridge, 200m 200 m further and it's on the right hand side just after the pizza house" phone="" email="[email protected]" fax="" url="" hours="6:30AM-10PM" price="" lat="N 13° 05.549'" long="E 103° 12.178'">Relaxed atmosphere, delicious food and friendly staff</eat>
* <eat name="Cafe Eden" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" email="[email protected]" fax="" url="http://www.cafeedencambodia.com" hours="" price="" lat="13.099622" long="103.199188">A Western style riverfront cafe restaurant run by an American woman. Serves Western and Asian food, and coffee. Kitchen works to Western food handling and preparation standards.</eat>
* <eat name="Gecko Cafe" alt="" address="Street # 3" directions="One block South of Psa Nath Market" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Nice atmosphere, limited but very tasty menu, free wifiWiFi.</eat>
*<eat name="Natural" alt="Part of the project of an NGO called Coconut Water Foundation" address="N091-G34 Road 3. 20 Ousaphear Village, Svaypoar Commune" directions="street no 3, 100 m south of the central market" phone="+855 89 409 958" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">A shop and organic coffee place. The shop sells handmade clothes, bags and wallets made by local home based producers and from other local NGOs, watercolour post cards and pictures made by art students from another NGO. Organic fruit shakes, green tea with fruits and vegetarian breakfast & brunch options. There is also a khmer lady weaving using an authentic old style loom.</eat>
* <eat name="Smokin' Pot" alt="" address="Ph.3" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="Mains 8,000-20,000 KHRrial" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Cooking school-come-restaurant offering a good range of Khmer and Thai food. Vegetarian-friendly. Note that there are two establishments called "Smokin' Pot" a few blocks apart.</eat>
* <eat name="White Rose" alt="" address="" directions="Almost opposite the Smoking Pot" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Huge menu, and some great fruit shakes. This place is more typically Asian-style than Western-style cosy but is still full of foreigners. The staff seem a bit stressed and not very hospitable. A plus is that they're quick and remember everything as you ordered it.</eat>
*<drink name="Center Cafe" alt="" address="Street Number 3" directions="one block towards the river from the Lux Hotel" phone="" url="" hours="7:30AM - midnight" price="US$1-5" lat="" long="">Cheap and tasty western and Khmer dishes, usual beer coffee and smoothies, nice atmosphere and tours/bus tickets available at prices much cheaper than the hotels (half the price for a day-bus ticket to Phnom Penh than what the Lux hotel quotes). Staff speak decent English and the manager/owner is very friendly.</drink>
 *<drink name="Madison Corner" alt="" address="Street 2.5" directions="" phone="" url="http://madison-corner.com/ - www.visitbattamabng.com" hours="6AM-late" price="" lat="" long="">The unique Pub in town. Enjoy a drink, draft beer, cocktail, home-made rum and a large variety of ice creams and local snacks. Some of the best crepes in Cambodia. A Battambang meeting place. Great place for breakfast an espresso before catching the boat to Siem Reap.</drink> *<drink name="Fresh Eats" alt="" address="Street 2.5" directions="A few doors down from Apple of Love/La Pomme d'Amour" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">NGO restaurant with a reasonably-priced menu with lots of fruit juices, breakfast foods and make-your-own sandwiches. </drink>*<drink name="Scoop Cocktails Bar" alt="[email protected]" address="K.o street, romcheak 5, Sangkat Ratanak, Battambang" directions="" phone="855-53953255" url="http://phkavilla.com" hours="18hours from 6.am" price="$75c-$5" lat="" long="">Scoop Cocktails Bar(River east Bank)lives sports/ 1 LCD 40inchs and 2 LCD 30inchs, best cocktails in town, free tapas and snacks, happy hours 5pm-7pm and 10pm-11.30pm ( draft beer 75c buy 2 get 1 free, all cocktails $2.50). mid day- late afternoon come for beers or cocktails swim for free.</drink>*<drink name="Here Be Dragons" alt="" address="On the east bank of the river, between Sar Kheng Bridge and Hun Sen Bridge" directions="" phone="089264895" url="www.facebook.com/herebedragonsbattambang" hours="7am till late" price="" lat="" long="">Western-managed backpacker bar, restaurant and guesthouse. Has cheap beer, cocktails and good music, and a garden with hammocks. Dorm beds $2, rooms $5-$10.</drink>
==Sleep==
 
*<sleep name="Bambu Battambang Hotel" alt="Battambang Hotel" address="Phum Romchek 5 Sangkat Rottanak KO Street Battambang, Kingdom of Cambodia" directions="Phnom Penh takes 4 hours, Siem Reap takes 2 hours and a half. Poi Pet on the Thai border takes 1 hour and a half." phone="+855 (0) 53 953 900" url="http://www.bambuhotel.com" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">Bambu Battambang Hotel was opened in September 2010 as a boutique hotel concept and offers its guests the ultimate accommodation experience with its 16 luxurious bedrooms arranged in 4 traditionally inspired buildings in Battambang, Cambodia. </sleep>
===Budget===
* <sleep name="Ancient House" alt="Homestay in Watkor village" address="" directions="100m 100 m south of Watkor temple and a few km south of town" phone="+855 12 363174" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">Talk with Madame Boun Roeung (who speaks some French but no English) about the possibility of staying in her "Ancient House." Accommodation is simple, with foam mattresses on the floor. Other owners of ancient houses may also be open to this.</sleep> * <sleep name="Bungalow Restaurant and Guesthouse" alt="" address="Battambang" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">Amongst flowering gardens and tropical fruit trees. Good for really relaxing atmosphere and very good western and Thai food.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Holiday Seng Hout Hotel" altaddress="No. #1008B, Road 02" addressphone="#695+855 53 952 900, St.4cell +855 12 530 327" directions="North of Psar Nat Market 50m, Prekmohatep, next door to the White Rose Restaurant and around the corner from the Smoking Pot" email="[email protected]" phonefax="+855 81 999 006" url="http://www.holidayhotel-bbsenghouthotel.com/" checkin="" checkout="" price="March 2011-Standard room promo rate US$16, double occupancy. Standard single (VIP) US$18 nett/room (max 2 guests).Standard double US$15nett/room (maximum 2-203 guests). Standard twin US$15 nett/room (max 2 guests)" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Good hotel with elevator and large reception area. Rooms have A/Cor optional cheaper fan, wififree WiFi, cableTV and ensuite.Rooftop cafe with 360⁰ views. Newly built in 2008 with cableTV, A/C, refrigerator and hot and cold water. Rates inc taxes and pick up any station in Battambang city</sleep>
* <sleep name="Seng Hout Chhaya Hoteland Serviced Apartments" alt="" address="No. #1008B118, St 3, Road 02Svaypor" directions="" phone="+855 53 952 900952170, cell +855 12 530 327" directions="North of Psar Nat Market 50m, Prekmohatep, next door to the White Rose Restaurant and around the corner from the Smoking Pot" email="[email protected]" fax="882500" url="http://senghouthotelwww.chhayahotel.com/" checkin="" checkout="" price="March 2011-Standard room promo rate Hotel: US$164-12, double occupancy. Standard single (VIP) apartments: US$ 18 nett20/room (max 2 guests).Standard double US$15 nett/room (maximum 2-3 guests). Standard twin night or US$15 nett270/room (max 2 guests)mth" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]" fax="">Good hotel with elevator Opened in June 2010, single, double and triple rooms, both A/C and large reception area. Rooms have non A/C or optional , cableTV available. The cheaper fanhotel rooms have a shared bathroom, wifi, cable TV the more expensive ones have private facilities and ensuite. Rooftop cafe with 360⁰ viewsa refrigerator. Newly built Serviced apartments newly opened in 2008 June 2010 and have large rooms with cableTVkitchenette and balconies, large ensuite, A/CWiFi, refrigerator and hot and cold watercableTV. 24 hr security, free wifiairport/bus station/boat harbour transfers. Rates inc taxes and pick up any station in Battambang city</sleep>
* <sleep name="Chhaya Hotel and Serviced ApartmentsLux Guest House" alt="" address="118, Street 3, Svaypor" directions="" phone="+855 53 952170, +855 12 88250092 335767" url="http://www.chhayahotel.com" checkin="" checkout="" price="Hotel: US$38-12, apartments: US23 (down to $20/night or US$270/mth6 in low season)" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]" fax="">Opened Built in June 20102009, rooms include hot water, aircon, fan, cableTV, singlefree WiFi, double fridge and triple rooms, both A/C minibar. Rooms are big clean and non A/Cnicely decorated, cable TV availableas goes for the entire hotel. The cheaper hotel rooms have a shared bathroomStaff are friendly, the more expensive ones have private facilities helpful and a refrigeratorlittle bit shy. Serviced apartments newly opened in June 2010 Location is close to nice eating places and have large rooms with kitchenette and balconies, large ensuite, wifi, cableTV. 24 hr security, free airport/bus station/boat harbour transfersat a road which is lit at night.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Tomato Backpacker Hostel, Restaurant and Bar" alt="" address="20 Ushaphea Village" directions="behind LUX Guest House" phone="+855 12 85 34 39" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="US$32-$10" lat="" long="">Very friendly place with ensuite rooms for just US$3 and dorms for US$2. Has only 4 rooms in total on first floor that also has nice restaurant balcony. Great value for anyone on a tight budget.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Hotel Royal" alt="" address="" directions="On a side street west of the central market" phone="+855 16 944955" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="US$3-US$25" lat="" long="">Rooftop restaurant. Spacious rooms with bathroom, hot water and A/C. Clean singles and doubles available with shared bathroom and toilets.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Golden River Hotel" alt="" address=" Street 3 " directions="A few blocks down from Hotel Chhaya and just before the sign posted turn for the train station" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="From US$5" lat="" long="">Good clean hotel with the standard facilities you will find elsewhere in Battambang. Staff are helpful and friendly.</sleep>
===Mid-range===
* <sleep name="Bungalow Restaurant and Guesthouse" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS. Amongst flowering gardens and tropical fruit trees. Good for really relaxing atmosphere and very good western and Thai food.</sleep> * <sleep name="Holiday Hotel" alt="" address="#695, St.4" directions="" phone="+855 81 999 006" url="http://www.holidayhotel-bb.com" checkin="" checkout="" price="US$15-20" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Good hotel with elevator and large reception area. Rooms have A/C, wifi, cableTV and ensuite.</sleep> * <sleep name="Lux Guest House" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="+855 92 335767" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="US$8-23" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Built in 2009, rooms include hot water, aircon, fan, cable TVcableTV, free wifiWiFi, fridge and minibar. Rooms are big clean and nicely decorated, as goes for the entire hotel. Staff are friendly, helpful and a little bit shy. Location is close to nice eating places and at a road which is lit at night.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Teo Hotel" alt="" address="St.3" directions="" phone="+855 53 952288, (mobile) +855 12 8570487" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="From US$10" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Immaculately clean and well-maintained rooms with double bed, A/C and fan, hot water, TV, and mini-fridge. Visa and MasterCard accepted. If you are in a room far from the router then wifi reception may be very poor or unavailable. Indoor restaurant is closed. Unhelpful staff.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Khemara Battambang Hotel" alt="" address="No 224, Old National Rd No 5, Roumcheck 4 Village, Sangkat Rathanak." directions="" phone="+855 53 732727" url="http://www.khemarahotel.com" checkin="" checkout="" price="US$15 or $25 VIP" lat="13.11599" long="103.20299" email="" fax="">Very comfortable beds, clean rooms with internet access (LAN cable, but in some rooms a connection from a nearby wifi WiFi network is available), TV, A/C, fan and a fridge. Car parking possible. Also has great outdoor swimming pool. In room massage available from US$5/hr. Bicycle hire US$4/day.</sleep> * <sleep name="President Hotel", 1 km from mid-town - every tuk tuk knows it. Incompetently run with plumbing leaks and reception can rarely help with anything. Quite new and quite cheap at average US$15/night for a nice room with mod cons.</sleep>
* <sleep name="President Banan Hotel" 1 k from mid-town - every tuk tuk knows italt="" address="National Rd No 5" directions="" phone="+855 77 707789. +855 61 577777" url="http://www. Incompetently run (plumbing leaks, reception can rarely help with anything), but quite new and quite cheap at average bananhotel.doodlekit.com" checkin="" checkout="" price="US$15 a night for a nice room with mod cons/$25" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]" fax="">Close to bus station and city centre. Helpful staff. Free WiFi, free bicycles. </sleep>
* <sleep name="Banan Phka Villa Hotel/Resort" alt="" address="National Road No K O St, Romchea 5, Sankat Ratanak" directions="" phone="+855 77 707789. +855 61 57777753953255" urlemail="http://www.bananhotel.doodlekit[email protected].com" checkinfax="" checkouturl="" pricecheckin="US$15/$2512 noon" latcheckout="12 noon" long="" email="[email protected]" faxprice="US$55">Close to bus station 10 ensuite equipped bungalow rooms, 13 m x 18 m swimming pool, free internet and city centre. Helpful staff. Free in-room WiFi, free bicycles, free shuttle to town, airport shuttle (surcharge), car or taxi arranged.All rooms have hot water, A/C, fan, network cable LCD TV, DVD player, safety box, stocked mini bar, hair dryer, bathrobe, toiletries. 2 private terraces, one is sun terrace facing the swimming pool. Restaurant and bar open from 6AM-midnight. Hotel opened in 2009, renovated in 2012</sleep>
===Splurge===
==Get out==
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