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  1. #768
    Quote Originally Posted by G3100  [View Original Post]
    I have a transit weekend between Shanghai and Saigon coming up and I'm thinking maybe I should try to visit Cambodia as I've never been there. Or should I better just spend the weekend in Bangkok or Pattaya?

    If Cambodia is it Phnom Penh or Siem Reap I should go to? Hoping for some advice as I know all these places must be better than Saigon where the action is limited except for a few regulars.
    I think you will find Siem Reap has more to do with all the temples like Angkor what. Photo ops are phenomenal there. But pay to get to the temples early because the Chinese tourists will arrive in droves. "Pub Street" is a great area for partying and dining but it is grossly overpriced due to its non mongering attractions and tourism. Our hobby is there but not so much. Lots of families and religious groups in SR. Phnom Penh is more about our hobby. Don't expect the GFE of the Philippinas or the beauty of the Thais. Many girls are mercenary, are not as attractive, have a language barrier and hope for newbies who will pay high prices. The bar fine system is low. Usually $5-$10 to the bar. I have never paid more than $30 USD to the girls themselves but they use top down pricing. By the way USD $ is widely accepted. There are definitely diamonds in the rough. But you need to search. Usually the more English the girl speaks the more game she has. The best looking girls I've seen in all of Cambodia are the Vietnamese girls. But from what I've heard the majority have migrated back to their country.

    My suggestion, if you're traveling for just a short time is to go to Bangkok or Pattaya and enjoy yourself. Enjoy Nana plaza or Soi 6, 7 and Walking Street. My favorite Pattaya bar is on the right just before Walking St. Where Beach Road goes left. There are 30+ small open air bars each with approx 8-10 girls for hire, like the north western Pataya beer bars. They surround the Muay Thai ring where there are fights most every night. Lots of talent and great prices close to the glitz and glamour 30 feet before the Walking Street sign. While watch fights from small kids to massive international fighters.

    Good luck.

  2. #767

    Need Cambodia travel advise

    I have a transit weekend between Shanghai and Saigon coming up and I'm thinking maybe I should try to visit Cambodia as I've never been there. Or should I better just spend the weekend in Bangkok or Pattaya?

    If Cambodia is it Phnom Penh or Siem Reap I should go to? Hoping for some advice as I know all these places must be better than Saigon where the action is limited except for a few regulars.

  3. #766

    Frangiapani Royal Palace- Not friendly.

    Booked through a golf holiday operation. Didn't bother to ask about "girl friendly" - my mistake.

    They have notice on website and also on the check in form - "We oppose Sex Tourism and do not permit unregistered guests in room. " Put a damper on my first three nights in PP.

    But when my GF arrived from Bangkok there was no problem with her staying in room, breakfast with me, using pool or even charging spa services to my account. They didn't even bother to check / copy her passport.

    Its a nice place but not for mongers.

  4. #765

    Cambodia Visa Extensions

    After long being the easiest destination in ASEAN for foreigners to obtain a long stay visa, the Cambodia government has brought the axe down on this practice.

    Might take a while to implement though.

    Read more here.

    https://aecnewstoday.com/2017/axe-fa...xzz4 uPh8 wy48

  5. #764
    Quote Originally Posted by Blanquiceleste  [View Original Post]
    MAke sure you get a room on the 6th floor of the hotel only. The rest of the floors are absolutely crap.

    Will I stay here again? Perhaps not. I did a recce of the Quay Boutique Hotel during one of the days, as Illusion had talked very highly about it. Definitely a much better place to stay for a few extra $$ Worth it.
    Ohana appeared more of a backpacker and tour group kind of hotel when I was staying there. The 6th floor rooms are called "Residence " in case one wants to specifically book one on this floor. Also a room with balcony is to be selected during booking as not all rooms have one. The balcony does have a limited view of the riverside.

  6. #763

    Ohana Phnom Penh Palace Hotel. Review

    Decent hotel, on Street 148, just off the main riverside road. This is an old property, not very well maintained over the years. But at $50 a night you cannot complain much. MAke sure you get a room on the 6th floor of the hotel only. The rest of the floors are absolutely crap.

    You can get a room with a balcony, if you want to smoke. The entire hotel is a non-smoking property. The rooms are pretty basic and have functional furnishing. The bed is just fine and the pillows are reasonably comfortable. The wardrobe has a safe, a small one. The bathroom is just about OK, nothing special.

    They have a buffet breakfast on the rooftop and the spread is nice. At least the menu rotates everyday. One can sit and gaze at the river while sipping coffee in the morning sun. And take a dip in the wading pools there. The main pool is under renovation.

    The senior looking guy manning the front desk is a bit on a asshole. He gave me some lame excuses when I asked for an extra key card. I returned later in the night and asked the trainee handling the night shift and she gave me one without any fuss.

    Will I stay here again? Perhaps not. I did a recce of the Quay Boutique Hotel during one of the days, as Illusion had talked very highly about it. Definitely a much better place to stay for a few extra $$ Worth it.

  7. #762
    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    Sorry FunExplorer I should have worded my post better. A few hours after applying works for me. I'm interested because I will be flying to Kuala Lumpur soon and was wondering how long it would take to get my eVisa if I decide to cut KL short and move on to PP.
    I got my eVisa in 2 hours. You can also apply for a VOA, it's equally fast and efficient. The VOA is 30 USD whereas the eVisa is 36 USD.

  8. #761
    Sorry FunExplorer I should have worded my post better. A few hours after applying works for me. I'm interested because I will be flying to Kuala Lumpur soon and was wondering how long it would take to get my eVisa if I decide to cut KL short and move on to PP.

  9. #760
    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    Now this is important! Hate how each Visa run I take wastes a page on my passport.

    Did you get your eVisa by email within a minute after applying? The site says it takes 3 days.
    I did not say that I got the eVisa in a minute. I said I got out within a minute from the Immigration. By the way, I did receive the eVisa within a couple of hours of applying. It is hassle free.

  10. #759

    Evisa

    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    Now this is important! Hate how each Visa run I take wastes a page on my passport.

    Did you get your eVisa by email within a minute after applying? The site says it takes 3 days.
    Got mine within 6 hours.

  11. #758
    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    Now this is important! Hate how each Visa run I take wastes a page on my passport.
    Pro-Tip: When renewing a US or Canadian passport, the applicant can request a XL version with 52 pages instead of the standard 28 pages at no additional cost. That yields plenty more passport pages for jet-setters like yourself.

    For those with more than one passport, one can simply switch passports each time entering a country, thus spreading out the stamps across multiple passports (except US citizens returning to the States as it is illegal for a US citizen to present any passport other than a US passport to US immigration upon entering the States).

  12. #757
    Quote Originally Posted by Johnie  [View Original Post]
    . You also don't waste as many spare pages in your passport either, just the usual small stamp.
    Now this is important! Hate how each Visa run I take wastes a page on my passport.

    Quote Originally Posted by FunExplorer  [View Original Post]
    Mine was done within a minute.
    Did you get your eVisa by email within a minute after applying? The site says it takes 3 days.

  13. #756
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy1968  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    Has anyone used this to get a evisa before landing in Cambodia / PP?

    https://www.evisa.gov.kh/

    Thanks.
    Yes. I did recently in April and it is very convenient. The visa fee is $ 40. It will certainly speed up your exit. Mine was done within a minute.

  14. #755

    E Visa

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnie  [View Original Post]
    Sammy,

    Yes I have used the government site to get an evisa a few times and find it preferable, although a little more expensive than lining up at PP airport to get a visa on arrival. You also don't waste as many spare pages in your passport either, just the usual small stamp.

    Johnie.
    Thanks, just did it and was a doddle. Worth the extra $6.

  15. #754

    EVisa

    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy1968  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    Has anyone used this to get a evisa before landing in Cambodia / PP?

    https://www.evisa.gov.kh/

    Thanks.
    Sammy,

    Yes I have used the government site to get an evisa a few times and find it preferable, although a little more expensive than lining up at PP airport to get a visa on arrival. You also don't waste as many spare pages in your passport either, just the usual small stamp.

    Johnie.

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