Boddhi Tree Del Gusto

#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, Bamboo Island, The Dive Shop Cambodia, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by tcp2014 on Sep 30, 2014

    9 comments, 10 photos

    ... lunch. Lunch was free choice, quite a range from ice cream to burgers to amok! The food is yummy and quite a few of us will come back with more kilos! The sky is building and trying to rain - it's very steamy. After lunch we went to the Royal Palace - a very beautiful place. The photos speak for themselves. Just before dinner we had some time to fit in the Russian Markets and even gave us some ...

    Touch down in CAMBODIA!!

    A travel blog entry by ames081 on Sep 21, 2014

    3 photos

    ... overlooking the river, it's very pretty up at night with everything lit up, Sam and I both got vegetable curry for dinner, was lovely, we wandered back and got a cornetto ice cream and a little girl came up and asked me for my ice cream, was kind of sad, where do young children learn to beg at that age!!! You can go to the orphanage here where all the children from poor families that can't afford to keep them are gathered up and placed in the ...

    From Vietnam to Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by emilieexploring on Aug 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... I guess. Later on, we went to S-21, an old high school that the Khmer Rouge turned into a prison for holding and torturing their victims before taking them to the Killing Fields. Again, I felt a little uncomfortable walking around it, it was quite haunting.
    It feels a little heartless to seemingly brush off something so horrible and move on to me having fun, but that's just how it is I suppose.

    Robin Heslip Tours - 2000 AD

    A travel blog entry by normflach on Jul 27, 2014


    ... artifacts.

    Meanwhile, back at My Son – the Cham temples are much smaller than those of Angkor, and of course the destruction of the bombing has left most in ruins, but it was well worth the visit to connect with one of the most significant cultures of ancient Southeast Asia.

    And that pretty much concludes the account of our Cambodia / Vietnam whirlwind tour. We will certainly return to Vietnam to visit Hanoi and revisit Hoi An. A return visit to Cambodia may have to wait for our ...

    The Pearl of Asia-Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by carolyn_frick on May 18, 2014

    1 comment, 70 photos

    ... of the country. Our palace tour guide told us quite a bit about it. He was 7 when all the residents of the city were told to evacuate because the U.S. was going to bomb the city. So everyone gathered a few belongings and fled to the countryside and Pol Pot and his minions moved in. And of course, there never was a bombing. The people here are very warm, friendly and happy. They speak in low tones and loud outbursts or loud shows of anger are looked down upon. They ...