The Changiville

Address: No.137B, Street 330, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.137B, Street 330, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Bamboo Island, and The Dive Shop Cambodia.
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      A Brief Visit to Paradise: Koh Rong - Saigon

      A travel blog entry by ayoung435 on Oct 24, 2014

      18 photos

      ... went to meet a few friends for breakfast in what would become our local bar, 'cocos'. We decided to take a boat trip which would leave at 2pm. That was great, the boat took us out and we did a spot of fishing and having never been the greatest fisherman it was cool to catch six. After this we went snorkelling on one of the beaches around the island before swimming to shore to be greeted by a local with a makeshift bar, a bar that had no ice which meant warm beer!! No worries, one ...

      Day 18

      A travel blog entry by tnfj on Oct 03, 2014

      5 photos

      ... tortured, killed 20,000 Cambodians - depressing.
      We went back to the hotel after that and then went to the Foreign Corespondent Club for lunch, nice view of the river, lunch - soft shell crab - was ordinary.
      Walked to the Royal Palace and had a look around. Pretty good with various temples, royal rooms with heaps of jewelery, gold statues ...

      Day 79 - Phnom Penh - S21 and Killing Fields

      A travel blog entry by broganrose on Aug 26, 2014

      1 comment, 22 photos

      We had a very emotional day today. We started our journey in a Tuk Tuk which took us to an area known for Dark tourism. That’s a term given to the kind of tourism that covers concentration and death camps, war zones and sites of gruesome death, torture and degradation. People often visit sites like these to indulge their inner voyeur. The Killing Fields of Cheoung Ek absolutely fall into this category — but it is so incredibly important to visit ...

      Day 135 - The killing Fields

      A travel blog entry by kriso80 on Jun 18, 2014

      9 photos

      ... travel buddy Andres made to me in Vietnam, about a remote place on the opposite side of the island called 'Broken Heart Guesthouse'. It's ranked in Lonely Planet as being one of the most quirky off the beat and track places you can stay in the south coast period, and believe me they're not wrong! When you get off the boat you arrive at a small beach lined with guesthouses, bungalows and eateries, where I'd say 95% of people stay. To get to the other side you either have ...

      Lovely Jubbly

      A travel blog entry by jakepaul on Jun 15, 2014

      3 photos

      ... by their executioners for as long as 12 years in the international arena.  The rule of the Khmer Rouge is an event in history which saw multiple generations wiped out in the blink of an eye. An event which inflicted years of suffering on an innocent population. An event which can never be expunged from the fabric of Cambodian, or even World, history. An event which will not, can not, must not be forgotten... During my time in Phnom Penh ...