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Nestled in a peaceful countryside of Kampong Cham, Hanchey Bamboo Resort offers accommodations with an on-site Bamboo Restaurant and an outdoor swimming pool. Very easy and relaxing. Went to a beach party/bbq with staff and lodge guests, it was fantastic. I will go back, will make sure to travel that way again. Thomas was the manager at the time and I hope he is the next time pass through. Thank you to staff and management. Full marks 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
If You have 24 hours in Kampong Cham, You should visit Wat Hanchey (20 km to the north), a nice Wat with great views over the Mekong. Wat Nokor, a few kilometers west from town is an ancient temple, which is still in use today. It is more “real” and alive than other ancient sites in the country. Visit the French Lighthouse at sunset: great views over the city’s skyline (open 24 hours, no entrance fee, but the stairs to the top are not suitable for people with fear of heights.)
It's very calm and relaxed compared to Phnom Penh and therefore makes for the perfect escape! There is enough to do with in terms of sight seeing but honestly it's a great place to just unwind for a few days. PassApp is available - making it easy to get around, or you could rent a bicycle/ motorbike as its quite small.
we hired a great driver who took us to see rubber factory which was most unusual.He was a bit naughty in overcharging us for onward tickets,however due to time restraints we had little choice but to pay
Kampong Cham is one of Cambodia`s loveliest places. Friendly and slow-paced, it offers the discerning traveler a true insight into small-town Cambodian life. The markets and streets are packed with activity, but within none of the frenetic activity of Phnom Penh. The countryside around the city is equally fantastic, bucolic villages full of smiling children, wandering cows, dog, cats, chickens, delicious fruits and of course, baking heat. Don`t miss the wonderful Mekong beaches of Koh Bpain Island as well.
Kampong Cham is a charming town with a good mix of Khmer and western places to eat and drink. The night market has a good variety of restaurants and stalls. We ate at a french bistro called Moustache et Mico which was superb!! They sell a mouthwatering selection of homemade dishes and very reasonable prices, the chilled red wine was a perfect accompaniment to our meal. We wish we could have stayed in Kampong Cham a lot longer!!
I did not explore the city due to schedule conflicts, but as my 6th or 7th time to Cambodia, I highly recommend considering smaller cities outside of Phnom Penh or Siem Reap. Ban Lung, Rattanakirri Cambodia is one of my personal favorites.
This hotel is worth every single penny. Close to the river and shops