About the Homestay
It is in the center of Pursat town, Cambodia, close to the bus stop, Bamboo train station with along Pursat river, is able to access all the water falls and natural resorts. I have a house with 10 bedrooms with fan rooms and AC rooms with a large space in front of the house. We live in a quiet and safe village, not many traffics.
My family :
* I am 42, was a primary school for 16 years, an Education program manager with an International NGO for 7 years and now I come back to work as an educator of Non Formal Education in Pursat for 4 years for my current profession. I get involved with the Rotary (Past President of Pursat Rotary Club 2010-2011) and Cambodian Mathematical Society (CMS Pursat) .
* My wife is Rany Sorphorn, a primary school teacher for 24 years.
* My first son, Yamsophanith Khvan, is at the University ( Year 3 of Business Administration )
* My second son, Yamsokhema Khvan is in grade 11 of High school.
We like teaching poor children in the village, doing the housework, cooking Cambodian food and relaxing at the waterfall. And we also have a few cats.
I and my wife have been teachers for 24 years.
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
Bedrooms available for booking
About the Area
Our house is located along Pursat river in a quiet and safe homestay in the village. 10 minutes walk to market, hospital and bamboo train station. 30 minutes to floating village, 1 hour and half to natural wonderful Waterfalls with motor-bike or Tok Tok motor-bike. 4 minutes walk to Bust Stop and restaurants.
Local Area Facilities
- Shopping Centre
- Bus Stop
Hosts can offer a complimentary light breakfast at their discretion. All other meals will incur an additional cost. Meals and any additional payment should be arranged directly with your host.
Included in the stay
- Complimentary Light Breakfast
- Use of Kitchen
No drugs, not allowed after 11 pm.
Smoking is allowed outdoors only.
It is a nice peaceful place to stay at.
Mr.yamchenda is really helpful and goes out of his way to make sure your stay is comfortable.
He is good at heart and treats a person as part of their family. Would highly recommend to stopover and go around explore lifestyle of Cambodian people there.
I have really enjoyed my stay with Mr.Yamchenda and his family. I had opportunity to meet other family members and friends. Also we made long 2 day trip on motorbikes to see beautiful Cambodian countryside and villages. Food was delicious and they have really nice coffee in the local restaurants. Had opportunity to meet lovely Cambodian children who attend private English language classes in Mr.Yachmenda's house. If you like to discover real Cambodian style of life I would advise you to visit Pursat town in the middle of Cambodia and stay in Mr.Yamchenda's family house.
How do I book?
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When do I pay?
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