Photo: Out on the river near Stung Treng.

Accommodation

Stung Treng

With most travellers now trucking straight through, the accommodation scene in Stung Treng is sadly uninspired.


Mekong Bird
Backpacker - Under US$10
Thmey Village, Stung Treng (off Route 7 to Laos)
T: (012) 796 699

A rural retreat just under nine kilometres from Stung Treng town, off Route 7 on the way to Laos, Mekong Bird offers well-designed, tree-shaded wood cabins with river views, and plenty of opportunities to explore the surrounding rivers and forests. The cabins are all ensuite, some with air-con and hot-water showers, and all with decks overlooking the Mekong and comfortable mattresses on... Read our full review of Mekong Bird.

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Golden River Hotel
Flashpacker - US$10 to 35
Street 2, Riverside, Stung Treng (just to the east of town)
T: (012) 980 678

A large, four-storey hotel, with a working lift, and views straight out on to the River San, Golden River is Stung Treng’s highest end accommodation - it doesn't get grander than this. The relatively modern hotel offers large, clean, well-cared for rooms, some of which have pretty decent views, and attentive, helpful English speaking staff. The rooms are modern and well fitted out with TV, hot... Read our full review of Golden River Hotel.

Stung Treng Guesthouse
Backpacker - Under US$10
Street 63, Stung Treng (west of the market)
T: (088) 565 4433

Slap in the thick of it all, Stung Treng Guesthouse offers clean and well-maintained, if a little tired, rooms overlooking Stung Treng’s main thoroughfare and the central market. The rooms come in three main flavours -- standard with window, standard without window and a variety of VIP options. The standards, as much as we were able to figure out, are all on the top (third) floor and are... Read our full review of Stung Treng Guesthouse.

Riverside Restaurant and Guesthouse
Backpacker - Under US$10
Riverside, Street 4 (behind the bus station), Stung Treng
T: (012) 257 207

Riverside Guesthouse has long been the most popular traveller guesthouse in Stung Treng, but is beginning to outlive its usefulness. Its most obvious draw is that it’s a better place to meet other travellers than other guesthouses in town, but aside from that, the rooms are only barely clean, and it’s hard to justify a bucket shower when you can have proper hot water showers a few doors down,... Read our full review of Riverside Restaurant and Guesthouse.

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Stung Treng? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Cambodia.


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