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a beach, a hut, low budget, nice people ... where to find in cambodia?

  • thisisjan

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    21st July, 2006
    Posts: 2

    hey everybody,

    i am in shanghai right now and need to get out and relax. i mean really relax without much people and without spending much money. i just want to hang out on the beach and sleep in a small hut. a toilet would be great but thats about it that i need.

    as i wish to depart next week i waiting desparately for people that can help me with "secret places/beaches/islands/lakes". PLEASE!!!

    even an information about which airline to choose to get from shanghai to phnom penh would be awesome.

    THANKS A LOT FOR READING THIS!!!

    best
    jan

    #1 Posted: 3/8/2006 - 13:58

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  • wolfman

    Joined Travelfish
    31st May, 2006
    Posts: 80
    Total reviews: 4

    unlucky jan
    this is the raining season, so a small simple hut on a beach is a rather wet experience. you might even get mouldy in your hut.
    i suggest: move to sihanoukville,get a decent room in town-you should get one for 5 bucks a day- thereĀ“s 4 beaches around. have a good time!

    #2 Posted: 3/8/2006 - 15:48

  • somtam2000

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    Hi Jan,

    Wolfman is right about the weather -- bring your brollie!

    If you're not fussed about crummy weather, Ko Tonsay is great!

    #3 Posted: 3/8/2006 - 16:41

  • suecanada

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    11th August, 2006
    Posts: 5
    Total reviews: 2

    Have just left Sihanoukville today and the weather wasnt to bad. Stayed at a great new place close to Serendipity beach called the Cool Banana $6 per night and the best food i have eaten so far in Sihanoukville and it was large and cheap. They even have a free lunch buffet if you buy a beer and its pretty bloody good. I recommend it highly. The omly draw back was inexperienced staff. but they were friendly and very helpful.
    Sue Canada

    #4 Posted: 11/8/2006 - 14:08

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