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We stayed 2 nights here whilst doing the one day tour with the Mondulkiri Project. I am in my early 50's and my husband is visually impaired. We did find the "trek" to our bungalow a bit difficult at times (especially at night) but were...More
We had a lovely stay here. The facilities are a tad basic, but that's to be expected. The staff are very helpful and there is a good range of food available, but the best part is staying in the countryside, with nature all around you....More
This had a great forest view with the wooden bungalows perched on a valley side. Our friends stayed at the very highly rated Nature Lodge but they envied our setting & views. The wooden bungalows are rustic which is part of their charm and worked...More
DO NOTE: this place is very close to a forest there will be wildlife. That being said this place was amazing, the bed was excellent the staff was extremely friendly and they helped up with a bus to Siem Reap.
The best part was they...More
This accommodation isn't for everyone. I personally enjoyed my stay here. We slept in a wooden treehouse type hut that was not fully closed to the outside. Mosquito nets are provided to go over the bed. The beds are decently comfortable. It does feel like...More
You have to get the bus to PP about 5/6 hours then bus to SM about 6/7 hours.. it's about a mile from SM bus drop off to tree lodge but call them when you arrive and they will pick you up. About $ 15 cost.
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"If a couple ask not to have the 3 bed one it was a bit cramped"