Black Bamboo Homestay- Battambang/ Wat KorThe Black Bamboo Homestay is newly build end of 2019 in the backyard of our house. The house is set up in a beautiful and quite tropical garden in the outskirts of Battambang. Surrounded by a typical Khmer neighborhood. The central market can be reached in 20min (8km). Wat Banan in 12km (30min). To the Battambang Bat Caves 15min. On request we can provide breakfast and dinner and organize pick up and transport service.
Ptas Yerng HomestayDear our valued customers! We, The Ptas Yerng Homestay would like to give all of you a warmly welcome to stay in our entire house property which you can stay next to the Sangkae River, near by Pagoda, Fresh market, attractions and enjoy only 1km from the town. You can stay in this entire house with no limitations of people. Living with the nice neighborhood and natural place. Last but not least, our property is a fully furnished. I would love to see you guys here in The Ptas Yerng Homestay.
The house is 13km from Battambang city along the Songkea river in Snapimok village . 500m from the Snapimok pagoda sometimes the music can be loud from the pagoda so it important to have ears plug with you . This area is good for walking , cycling and viewing Khmer culture . A big green garden with many fruits trees and pond with many fish , crabs , snails. On the ground floor of the house you can use the hammocks , we set up a table and chairs.
This 25 m² bungalow is a mixture of wood, papyrus and bamboo. The wooden structure dates from 1910 and you will have access to the garden, share kitchen and the hammocks. It is located in the heart of a Khmer district, 2,5 km from downtown. There are many Khmer restaurants within 5 minutes from us.
Suon Santiphumi is an social enterprise based on Agriculture and Community based tourism. Ox aims are to promote organic vegetables and create jobs opportunities through ox cart tour and farm stay. Enjoy farm stay through the beautiful site of Phnom Sampov area. Discover a path of our historic homes whilst taking the trip through organic farm, Ancient stone sites, Rice field, palm leaf hat making, seeing local women make Nom Banhchok (Khmer Noodle), and seeing amazing site at the bat cave.