Boddhi Tree Del Gusto

Address: #43, St.95, Beong Keng Kong III, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on #43, St.95, Beong Keng Kong III, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, NagaWorld Casino, The Dive Shop Cambodia, and Bamboo Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    3 slums in one day

    A travel blog entry by bernh on Oct 28, 2015

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... as we walk in. One of them is lovely, well into her eighties. I met her last trip. She came to the medical clinic and I got a great photo of her. It's always cracked me up as through the year when the team send me through photos, she is always parked up in line at the clinic. Always in the same pose. A great old lady with the most amazing smile of orange teeth. I actually think she just likes hanging out and checking everything out. She lets me take her ...

    Welcome to Cambodia- Funeral rites and a blessing

    A travel blog entry by ramblingshrew on Oct 24, 2015

    6 photos

    ... hopes, and low expectations for an evening in a North Korean club. But start time of 8pm was too late for me tonight, so we opted for a meal at a Romdeng, one of a chain of restaurants in Asia that give street kids a chance at learning a skill. After dinner a wander along Sisowath Quay to the gardens in front of the Royal Palace, clearly the place to hang out of an evening . Then, exhausted, back to the Hotel Pillar, the long steep climb up the stairs and ...

    Cambodia: Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Aug 20, 2015

    7 photos

    ... were given a little more authority, and were manipulated by the regime to manage the workers. Teenagers were trained as child soldiers to work for the Khmer Rouge, and families were split up throughout the country. As the leader Pol Pot became more paranoid, more and more people were taken away to what their families were told was a "re-education camp" to teach them the true way and not to dissent from the Khmer Rouge. People could be taken for any reason, from needing to ...

    Day 37 - Killing Fields Phnon Penh

    A travel blog entry by katiejgoodwin on Jun 13, 2015

    8 photos

    ... like they do every day, weird looking at them knowing what they went through in this very place yet they return and talk about their experience with people. There were still blood stains on the floors in the rooms... Tiny cells were they were kept with chains still on show were they were attached and kept prisoner. Really disturbing day but glad I went. Also stopped at the Russian market for 5 minutes but it was rubbish and smelly so left and went ...

    Thought provoking

    A travel blog entry by dmcr38191 on May 01, 2015

    3 photos

    So, while I was getting nestled into Rathdown School and meeting lots of little girls my age whose parents lived in foreign countries in 1978, never in my wildest nightmares would I have known the atrocities committed by Pol Pot and 'Duch' we're going on in Cambodia. How could so many countries ignore the strange behavior and facade this country provided to visiting diplomats. Behind smiling faces at chosen hospitals/schools ...