Here Be Dragons is a place of wonderment and enchantment on the banks of the Sangker river. Whether you’re feeling bruised after a hard day in the real world of work, or you just need to relax after visiting Temple Town or the bright lights of Bangkok, step off the map and lose yourself in the world of the dragons.

It’s a world for eating, drinking, lazing about, listening to music, swapping stories, playing games and planning adventures. It’s also an experiment in living, a ramshackle multivarious community where friends matter.

So cross the portal, say hello, get involved.

Photo by Joe Jezewski. Joe works at KHEN. KHEN do good works, go check out their page.

Tuesday – yoga 7pm $2
Wednesday – pub quiz 8pm
Thursday – yoga 7pm $2
Friday – cocktail party, $2 cocktails 5-9pm
Saturday – barbecue
Sunday – yoga 5pm $2; movie 6.30pm


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Give in to you sins tonight as our barmen Greg and Nakim is serving up your hearts desires.
All cocktails is 2$ 5-9 pm.
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Lucie is back in Battambang and will start teaching yoga on Thursdays again. She will be waiting for you on our rooftop at 7 tonight.
See you there
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Come in for a beer or two tonight as Pat from Bambu takes the stage as this weeks quiz master.
And don't forget that every Wednesday we have Happy Hour all night! Answer questions, win prizes and hide from the last of the wet season.
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Join us on the rooftop tonight with some relaxing yoga with Gabrielle!
It starts at 7 pm and will only cost you 2$, beginners and experienced alike.
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This Sunday's documentary is Last of the Elephant Men, dir. Arnaud Bouquet and Daniel Ferguson (2015)

The Bunong indigenous people of Eastern Cambodia have always lived with elephants. Now, as their forests disappear, the Bunong and the elephants are struggling to survive. Last of the Elephant Men tells the stories of three members of the tribe: a legendary elephant catcher seeking to appease the elephant spirits, a human rights lawyer trying to understand what happened to her family’s own elephant, and a teenager learning how to be a mahout to support his family.

7pm on the roof. Free.

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