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Reviewed 15 October 2016 via mobile

Stayed here for just one night coming from Vietnam traveling to Preah Vihear city. The owner was really kind, spoke well English and his daughter was such a little treasure and full of energy! The room was just 5$ with fan, and quite ok with wifi working on the balcony, free water and clean sheets. The owner booked a bus...

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Reviewed 18 February 2013

There was nowhere else to stay in this frontier town on CNY. The only other option was the brothel next to the army base, so I chose Chay Veng. The place has no formal benefits other than a room and a communal table area on each landing (1st floor and 2nd floor). My companions rooms smelled like sewage, and my...

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Reviewed 5 August 2012 via mobile

We stayed here as we walked past and it looked nice from outside... The receptionist showed us a room that was ok.. Buf he put us in another room which was dirty, noisy, no hot water and a toilet that didn't work.

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2Thank Amandouille
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 July 2012

Clean simple budget accomodation right in the Centre of Town only a 3 minute walk to the markets a great place to go for a cheap feed. Staff are friendly and willing to help you out with information and can organise to take you to places you would like to visit.

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Address: Phum I | Labansiek Commune, Banlung, Cambodia
Region: Cambodia > Ratanakiri Province > Banlung
Also Known As:
Chay Veng Guesthouse Banlung, Ratanakiri
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