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  • cechadwick25

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    Hello,

    I'm looking for a great beach front hut for myself and 4 other friends to spend our last week in Cambodia in.

    As were young and will be spending new years eve there it would be great if the place had abit of young enviroment. Having said that we are also looking for a place to relax. Budget wise were not to fussed but we would prefer something around $25.

    I would love your help if you know of anywhere.

    Cheers.

    #1 Posted: 15/9/2009 - 20:00

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    Cloud 9 at Ochheuteal Beach in Sihanoukville.

    Look no further.

    #2 Posted: 15/9/2009 - 20:11

  • mattocmd

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    Somtam is right. And there will be plenty of young people partying and drinking right by that place.

    Enjoy the 50cent drafts during the day. I envy you because that will be an awesome place to spend the New Year!

    #3 Posted: 15/9/2009 - 21:03

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    Maybe they would be too quiet for you, but there are a few bungalow resorts on the islands off Sihanoukville .

    Lazy Days on Ko Rong/Rung for example... I've never stayed there but I've seen positive reviews of the place... probably requires booking a long time ahead for New Year however.

    http://www.lazybeachcambodia.com/Home.html

    There's at least one other resort on Ko Rong/Rung (Eco Seadive) and I believe there are bungalow resorts within your price range on other islands off Sihanoukville too. I met people who had stayed on Bamboo island (not at the resort near where the day trips land from what I could gather) and they raved about it.

    Anyway, just another option.

    #4 Posted: 15/9/2009 - 21:31

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    Sorry, edit... the resort is called Lazy Beach not Lazy Days.

    #5 Posted: 15/9/2009 - 21:38

  • marigeri

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    you can rent a moto for a day in sianoukh and go relax on otres beach for

    #6 Posted: 17/9/2009 - 00:54

  • marigeri

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    sorry wrong typing;
    you can relax on the beach in otres so you will have both a quiet place in otres beach and more funny time in ochteal or serendipity ( seems to me serendipity is just a small part of ochteal where you have bar open all night;
    avoid victory beach it s awfull!!! like swimming in garbage beach

    #7 Posted: 17/9/2009 - 00:56

  • sweetbj10

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    cloud 9 is fine, just a few steps further down is Coasters, which i stayed at for 5 nights. very professionally run with nice beach huts available and a nice restaurant at night for a $3 bbq (although every place on the beach has the same deal)

    #8 Posted: 17/9/2009 - 07:26

  • cechadwick25

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    Thanks for all your help, sadly Cloud 9 is fully booked. Does anyone know of beach huts in Vietnam?

    #9 Posted: 17/9/2009 - 18:49

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