Before coming to Battambang, I booked a super-cheap guest house called Por Chey Guest House, a single room, $4.72 a night. Room has no air conditioning only fans, there is a separate bathroom, area is large enough, cost-effective is quite high. It was also the first time I had been blowing a fan to sleep at night this summer, it was Okay. The owner of the guest house will arrange for tuktuk to pick up guests free of charge at the bus stop. The location of the hotel is far from the city center, and friends who don’t like to walk or like nightlife are not recommended to stay here, as taking TUKTUK to the city centre needs at least $2.
The boss is a local young man, not long after graduating from college, can communicate in English.
The yard is very large and has several garages. The boss lives in the building in front of the yard, and the backyard is used to run a hotel.
The facilities here are general, but very clean, with rocking chairs and dining tables.
When I came here, it was already the evening, there are no shops around, I ordered a fried rice in the guest house, spent 3 dollars, the taste was good. Breakfast is also available for $2.
A square in Battambang.
The hotel’s American coffee machine, local coffee beans.
A market in the yard of the guest house. The stallholders were mainly Europeans, and this time there were only five or six stalls.
The children chatted in the hammock.
The stallholder who sold second-hand clothes and his friends were chatting.
A street in the city.