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Walking distance to most attraction. Not suitable for older people if you get the upper floor since there's no lift. No water hose in the toilet as well.
I stayed here for four nights and found it to be a nice stay. My room was clean, I had a refrigerator, the t.v has cable, and the internet is great. The hot water in the shower did not last long, but that was not an issue for me. The bathroom is private and clean. My room also had a nightstand or ...
A big thank you to the Alibi, a first time single traveller my first stop was Phnom Penh. On arrival previous guests wished to stay another night I was asked if I minded starting in one room and moving the next day as my room would be in use very apologetic, I happily agreed - turns out this was ...
The place is sort of a hostel/bar/restaurant and actually manages to pull this off pretty well. Staff were very friendly, helpful, knowledgeable and were more than willing to help with sightseeing plans, a map, transport, etc. The hostel had good WiFi, a pool table and swimming pool which was surprisingly ...
The large number of two-star hotels and low-cost accommodation in Phnom Penh make it a popular destination with budget travellers. Look for two-star hotels outside of Phnom Penh centre and you’ll have the choice of no-frills hotel rooms near the airport and charming local guesthouses hidden away from the tourist-heavy areas by the Mekong River.
Phnom Penh has budget-friendly hotels right in the heart of the city, so you experience real Phnom Penh without paying premium rates. Find traditionally styled hotels, low-key guesthouses and spacious villas just a moment’s walk away from attractions such as the Royal Palace, the Independence Monument and the National Museum of Cambodia.
See the sights of Phnom Penh from a different angle by riding a boat along the city’s rivers. Drift along the Tonle Sap and the Mekong, which cut straight through the city and give you spectacular views of the river banks at sunset.
Bring your camera for shots of the Royal Palace from the water. Boat rides cut through the fishing villages on the outskirts of Phnom Penh and some take you to the looms and workshops of Silk Island. Find a boat tour that offers just sightseeing or join one of the dining cruises, where you can eat a meal as you float for over two hours along the tranquil rivers.
From your two-star hotel, get out to sample the street food, which is one of the quintessential Phnom Penh experiences. Head to the weekend Night Market near the riverside to spend your evenings eating and mingling with the locals. Classic Cambodian dishes include pork and rice, skewered meats marinated in lemongrass and fish ball soup. Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine has also had a big impact on Cambodia’s dining scene, and you can pick up hearty bowls of noodles for a just a few riels apiece.
Head to the Boeung Keng Kang 1 area around Independence Monument to find restaurants serving food from around the world. You can feast on Tex-Mex, Italian and Indian food here without blowing your budget before heading back to your two-star hotel in Phnom Penh.