Aqua Boutique Guesthouse

Address: 126 Street 63, Chaktomuk, Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, 855, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 126 Street 63, Chaktomuk, Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Bamboo Island, The Dive Shop Cambodia, and NagaWorld Casino.
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      Turn down for Wat!

      A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Dec 19, 2014

      1 comment

      ... for you. Now I can't remember mentioning this in my previous post, but forgive me if I already have, but in it's hey-day the Angkor area was not just a collection of temples, it was a massive thriving city and the centre of the Khmer empire with a population of 1 million. But all the of the buildings used by and housing the people of the city were constructed of wood and other such building materials as it was only the place of the gods to be housed in stone and brick - and as such it ...

      Cambodian History.... tough day.

      A travel blog entry by high5 on Dec 15, 2014

      ... at, all the women and children have similar hair cuts and and the age range is disturbing.

      From here we travelled some way to what is known as the Killing Fields, not a very pleasant name however this is exactly what it was.

      Little history lesson 2.... The Killing Fields are a number of sites in Cambodia where large numbers of people were killed and buried by the Khmer Rouge regime. Analysis of 20,000 mass grave sites indicate at least 1,386,734 ...

      The Killing Fields

      A travel blog entry by warreninasia on Dec 14, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... took us to S21 a converted school to prison that was used to torture the people who passed though it's gates nearly all were never to see freedom again. The building was devised up into interrogation cells, detainment solitary confinement and holding rooms. The areas of torture were still in evidence, every person who entered the prison was processed and their photo taken and there details of who they were and where from. These details were often used to identify ...

      Phnom Penh

      A travel blog entry by msenior1990 on Dec 01, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... usual chicken corn and fish stands. Locals working so hard never make it look a chore. Bamboo scaffolding never fails to amaze me, neither the manual duties they do with digging lifting transporting which at home would never be done by hand. I continue to realise just how lucky I am, yet reflect on how advance England has got which comes with stress. Everyone here is socialising in their little communities, laughing or just sitting close ...

      It was the best of days, it was the worst of days.

      A travel blog entry by ceciliag on Nov 04, 2014

      Today was always going to be the hardest day of the tour. Today we went to the killing fields and the jail. Today was always going to be the best day of the tour. Today was Alison's 30th birthday. We rose early as today was to be a full and eventful day. We had breakfast and Alison joined us about half way through. I had bought a card for her and Gen had given me one for her from the girls. She loved them both. Our little girl was now 30 years old. We organised ...