Choose your preferred language. We speak English and 42 other languages.
Featuring a garden with tropical trees and flowers and a pond, Alice Villa Hotel provides air-conditioned rooms with a balcony offering garden views and free Wi-Fi. It is a very friendly hotel, with a lot of rooms, but it didn't seem like that. We were in a Bungalow, which was excellent. Great value for money.
Featuring a garden and a restaurant, Daunkeo Guesthouse is set in Takeo. The accommodation offers room service and free WiFi. At the guest house, each room includes a wardrobe. Close location to the lake and cool places to sit on the balcony and in the shady garden under the trees. Also good restaurant.
Basic rooms with free WiFi and a private bathroom are provided at Someta Guesthouse. Guests have access to a garden and terrace at the property, which has a tour desk and provides a ticket service. The room was very clean and The hosts were very Nice and helpful.
Private room and bungalows are featured at Meas Family Homestay, which provides free WiFi in the common areas and free private parking. There is an à la carte restaurant, bar and garden available. Definitely one of the best experience we had in Cambodia. Linda’s family is absolutely adorable and welcolming. The place is so beautiful and the food is amazing.
Boasting a garden and a bar, Sao Mai Resort Châu Đốc (KS.Bến Đá Núi Sam) is situated in Ấp Vĩnh Phú. spacious room with small balcony, air coorditioner, tv, fridge and all what you need. room was really clean and pretty. huge, comfy bed. good conditions compares to price.
Located in Chau Doc, Nhà Nghỉ Cẩm Nang provides a garden, shared lounge and terrace. The air-conditioned rooms provide a river view and come with a wardrobe and free WiFi. The host supported me in peak season and offered some change. Her attitude was good.
The most enjoyable and interesting part of Takeo was the boat trip along the 1880s French built canal to the 11th century temple of Phnom Da. The trip also gave an insight into rural life along the water way from fishing, and transporting a variety of goods, supplies and people in boats. I also enjoyed walking through the streets to see remnants of French Colonial Buildings and the comfortable and relaxing journey by train from Phnom Penh.
Easy to get to from the VN border on the bicycle. Good road with wide shoulders. Interesting countryside before and after with a few intriguing wats to check out. Quick up to Phnom Penh but better to ride a little on the main road [21 km] then head north across to Kandal and into PNH that road.
Not at all prepared to welcome tourists. Don't expect anyone to speak English, better if you learn some essential Khmer words. There's nothing much happening at all here. I volunteered for an NGO and even when meeting people we were aimlessly wandering about the town. If going to Angkor Borei/Phnom Dar, take a boat from Phnom Penh instead.