• Hostels in Siem Reap
  • Hostels in Siem Reap
  • Hostels in Siem Reap
  • Hostels in Siem Reap

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The Living Quarters HOSTEL 543 with it's prime location , aims to provide just the right measure of fun and relaxation. We have a sociable bar, pool and restaurant area. Equally important, our beds are comfy and the noise is curtailed at a sensible hour allowing people to get some sleep, if they so choose.

 

DORM ROOMS

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We offer 4 different types of rooms ready to meet all your needs

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GREAT STAFF

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Our fun, cool , educated and charming staff is alway ready to make your stay with us memorable

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RESTAURANT

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Known for our delicious meals, hostel 543 restaurant is a favorite among expats and tourist too!

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Sunday B.Q

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What a better way to relax on a Sunday if not by having an amazing 7 dollar all you can eat B.Q (includes one free drink)

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Pub Crawl

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Meet people by having drinks in the coolest pubs in town.

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Ping Pong Tournament

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Beside cooling by our pool you can also play ping pong to get that body fit for the girls.

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Templing

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Straddled within the shadows of the world heritage site-listed Angkor Archaeological Park, Hostel 543 offers tailored adventures to the temples. Avoiding the crowds, our itineraries also reveal hidden architectural jewels off the tracks. Our guests can get a chance to go further to archeological sites such as the Kulen mountains, Koh Ker, Bantey Chmar or Preah Vihear.

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The Great lake

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UNESCO registered the Tonle Sap on the list of Biosphere Reserve in 1997, in view of exceptional ecological, economic, social and cultural value. The Tonle Sap is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and one of the world’s top freshwater fisheries.

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Country Side

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Beyond the temples, take time to discover the essence of Cambodia: a rural country with rice fields and houses on stilts where nothing has changed for centuries, astonishing landscapes, traditional farming, family life and ceremonies.

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