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|Cambodia Forum Cambodian travels forum, the forum to post your pictures and experiences of traveling or your holiday in Cambodia, the hotels, the beaches, the casinos and other tourist attractions, like Angkor Wat, Sihanoukville Beach Resorts, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the Killing Fields, or maybe your travels through Siem Reap, Battambang, Kampot, Kampong Cham, Kien Svay, Svay Rieng, Koh Kong, Oudong, Ream Park, Tonle Bati and Phnom Penh to visit ancient Khmer ruins. Weather in Cambodia.|
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|21-02-2017, 05:52 AM||#52 (permalink)|
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Hi! Kep, a good beach town near Sihanoukville, is also a must-see place in Cambodia. There are accommodation ranging from 5 USD to 30 USD. There are not many ways to get to Kep, due to its small size and position. Beside the seaside resort and islands of the Kep Archipelago, there are also some interesting sites to explore and visit such as the Kep National Park and surrounding caves.
From Phnom Penh, it is possible to get to Kep by bus. Ticket prices vary, but are pretty cheap, and are generally between $5 and $10, for this 4-hour trip. Of course, a taxi could also be used for this trip, which would cost around $40, and shorten the trip by some 2 hours.
From Sihanoukville, there is a minibus for only 5 USD. There are usually day trips from Sihanoukville to Kep arranged by the hotels and tour operators.
|23-02-2017, 02:43 AM||#54 (permalink)|
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Location: in t' naughty lass
How about a visit to a mate of mine?
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|25-02-2017, 07:05 AM||#56 (permalink)|
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Location: mekong ice glaciers
Leaving at 7am didn't look to appealing so we gave it a miss.
Was back down there the other week and found part of the reason why the trains have accidents. At least 3 shipping container doors hadn't been shut and just left flapping around.
|27-02-2017, 08:06 PM||#60 (permalink)|
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|05-03-2017, 03:40 AM||#61 (permalink)|
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Late April last year, me and a friend were heading back to PP in a taxi when we drove through a squall and heavy downpour. It rained so hard that the windshield wipers couldn't keep up with the amount of rain. Yet, the cab driver still had the pedal to the metal, essentially driving blind on that crazy two-lane highway. After a couple of minutes of this madness, we politely requested that the driver to slow down. He turned and yelled at us "I drive everyday, you not know." Had we not been in the middle of bumfuk, I would have bailed right there. The storm eventually passed and shortly thereafter we came upon a horrendous wreck involving a big rig truck. In any event, we eventually arrived in PP safe but there was no way that clown was getting a tip.
|08-03-2017, 12:11 PM||#63 (permalink)|
http://teakdoor.com/cambodia-forum/1...hese-days.html (How dangerous is Sihanoukville these days?)
|20-04-2017, 01:43 AM||#64 (permalink)|
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Some people are scared by their own shadow...
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