El Lazy Fish - to date having the dubious honour of being the most dodgy place i've stayed in - a row of wooden huts extending out into "the Lake" in central Phnom Penh, a flourescent green body of water that no one, even backpackers drunk on their 3rd bucket of Mekong whiskey, dares to swim in.
It was right smack in the heart of the action on Boeng Kak, a self contained commune of cheap guesthouses with great lakeviews (and plenty of mosquitoes, though not mentioned on the brochure), backpacker shops (selling the staple of flag patches, pirated CDs, pirated books (they even have pushcarts selling these), cheap T-shirts and the lot), backpacker cafes, cheap restaurants, travel agents, money changers, sundry shops... The Lazy Fish being bang right at the end of a dead-end alley that would have led all the way down into the lake if not for the rows of wooden bunkhouses at the end of the concrete front yard with a few chickens scratching around, divided into rooms by thin, wooden walls.
The shower. Plus fantastic lake views from the window!