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Discussion in 'Asia' started by Kalboz, Sep 24, 2013.
This topic would probably more suited for Lonely Planet, but the figures below sound interesting!
At least some of those prices are way high. We had a perfectly nice hotel in Siem Reap for $21 double last summer. I recently checked and the price was the same this year. And that was a real hotel, centrally located, with air, bath, pool, and breakfast.
For Bangkok, the price listed is a little more than we paid for a room at a very nice Park Inn (certainly not a backpacker's hangout) and more than 4 times we paid for a more backpacker-like place off Soi Ram Butri.
Not sure what hotels they're averaging in to get those prices, but I suspect it may be all rooms in each city and not just backpacker (or even just relatively cheap) places.
Add to that, the Guardian just published a list of Top 10 beach hotels and bungalows in Cambodia from $5/night!