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  • tails101

    Joined Travelfish
    1st April, 2006
    Location United Kingdom
    Posts: 105

    Just a couple of things I said I'd report back on once in Cambodia...

    Firstly, the e-visa system worked brilliantly, we were able to bypass the queues for a visa and were waiting for our luggage within 5 mins of getting off the plane. Well worth the $5 processing fee... Definitely recommended.

    Secondly, the new national airline seemed great to us. Virtually new plane, friendly crew, punctual, drink service on a 35min flight, what more could you ask for!!!

    Finally, I know Stuart highly rates the trip to Kompong Khleang, but just to add, it's fantastic - if you can afford it and have the time, it really is a must do.

    Also, one other finally - we stayed at The Two Dragons guesthouse and were impressed. The staff were friendly, the tuk-tuk drivers helpful and all round it was a great place to stay in our humble opinion.

    #1 Posted: 16/10/2009 - 16:36

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  • KazAussie

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    18th July, 2009
    Posts: 221

    Thanks for the post, really useful

    #2 Posted: 17/10/2009 - 05:27

  • sweetbj10

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    Definitely recommend the Two Dragons guesthouse as well. Staff are all very pleasant, it's a nice quiet area, but still close to conveniences, and a nice walk to Pub Street (although in April it's really hot and muggy, so grab a tuk tuk unless you want to be soaked when you get there). And my tuk tuk driver for the temples, Maron, was very nice and helpful on each of the 3 days I used his services

    #3 Posted: 17/10/2009 - 06:47

  • twicz98

    Joined Travelfish
    6th October, 2009
    Posts: 1

    What website did you purchase your evisa from?
    You mentioned the "national airline". did you fly from Bangkok to Siem Reap? I was looking for a flight from Bangkok to Siem Reap, but I don't see any more flights.

    I also booked at the Two Dragons Guesthouse. Glad to hear that you enjoyed it. Looking forward to it.

    #4 Posted: 18/10/2009 - 07:38

  • tails101

    Joined Travelfish
    1st April, 2006
    Location United Kingdom
    Posts: 105

    Sorry for the delay in replying, been busy enjoying Phnom Penh !

    The website I got my e-visa from was http://evisa.mfaic.gov.kh/e-visa/vindex.aspx?PortDir=Asc&VisaApplicationDir=Asc

    The national airline doesn't fly Bangkok to Siem Reap - the only airline that currently does is Bangkok Airways as they have a monopoly on the route until the end of the year I believe... Be warned, because of this, flights are expensive!!!

    The Two Dragons was really nice and I'd definitely stay again. There tuk-tuk drivers are real characters too.

    Just finished four nights in Phnom Penh and splurged on The Pavillion, getting one of their private pool rooms. Awesome is all I can say, fanstastic room, brilliant pool, friendly and helpful staff - definitely recommended. When I come back to Phnom Penh, it will be the only place I'll consider!

    Cheers
    Mark.

    #5 Posted: 20/10/2009 - 12:56

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