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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      Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

      Siem Reap to Phnom Penh overland

      A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 01, 2015

      7 hour bus journey to Phnom Penh. Pretty cool countryside with lots of stilted houses, rice fields and dusty (and I mean dusty!) roads. Many of the roads are yet to be sealed so a 240km journey takes a LONG TIME! We think UK roadworks are bad for their signage too....we had a case of trying to do a twenty point turn on a coach as the workmen decided to close the road ...

      Day 6 Homestay to Phnom Penh

      A travel blog entry by cazg on Dec 27, 2014

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      ... out when she ate a spider. The road was very similar to Kimberley off-road. The bus struggled and many of us spent a lot of time hanging on to the seat. It is one of the worst roads in Cambodia. After 7 hours on the road we arrived in Phnom Penh which was interesting. I couldn't believe the chaos with the powerlines. How do they fix things? There are lots of very expensive cars here even though it is ...

      Day 4- Cambodian Cooking

      A travel blog entry by gracetravels22 on Dec 22, 2014

      4 photos

      ... milk, etc. We crushed all the ingredients together and finally added the fish. We also made banana leaf bowls to pour our meal into. We let them cook for 20 minutes and then we got to enjoy them, and they were incredible! Definitely the best curry I have ever had. After the extremely un experience, we Tuk Tuks back to the restaurant to get cook books, then back to ...

      The Killing Fields

      A travel blog entry by humberwright on Nov 18, 2014

      12 photos

      ... being taken back to the immigration office, everyone was staring at two giant westerners on the back of a Cambodian police officers bike. Apparently having a police officer in tow did the trick because the immigration officer was more helpful. He apologised about sending us back and fourth and told us to come back at 9am in the morning and he would report our statement. I think because it was near 5pm, he and the other officer were across the road in the ...

      Phnom Penh

      A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... and pay our prices for everything. The beer is $2-$0.50/ glass, and the cocktails are $4.50-$1.50 depending on the time of day. It is hard not to drink alcohol every day. We have to make a concerted effort to have alcohol free days. The food is very cheap all over cambodia as well, with even the most expensive restaurants coming in at about $6.00 for a Cambodian meal. If you want western food, it is a bit more. We have had some amazing food again. I look up recommended restaurants, ...