Unusual, antique filled
From the same people who brought you Terres Rouge in Banlung, Le Bungalow is an interesting, higer-end addition to the Kratie accommodation scene.
The traditional Khmer house has a handful of upstairs rooms, each independently designed and furnished. Littered with antiques, the staff spent more time explaining how old the artifacts were than telling us anything else about the property. While very expensive by Kratie standards, it is most certainly a memorable place, with a large loungeroom to soak it all up in. Downstairs is a more moderately-priced (though pricey for Kratie) French restaurant. When we were visiting we were told that nearly all the custom was from expensive tours -- "guests don't walk here from the bus station" was how they termed it.
By Stuart McDonald
Last updated on 17th September, 2013.