Bright Lotus Guest House 2

Address: 76Eo, Street 172, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 76Eo, Street 172, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    The Killing Fields

    A travel blog entry by jackir on Sep 09, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... now know as 'The Killing Fields' No one else had booked my tour so instead of it being cancelled - which would have been annoying, it went ahead with one driver, 1 English assistant, me and a minibus. What fun. The assistant in the bus can't be called a guide as that is all government controlled so you hire a guide at each place you stop, if required. Mostly I don't- surprise to you all as I have done my research and I have lonely planet Cambodia loaded on my ...

    The Trouble with Cambodia...

    A travel blog entry by rebecca.white on Jun 11, 2015

    ... onto the beach with a clear lack of sewage system. Just what you want to smell whilst eating dinner or sunbathing..... We found what we thought was a delightful family-run guesthouse a little off the main strip and settled in for three nights, leaving our days free to head to the opposite end of the beach to enjoy the fresh air and sea. Sadly it turned out that our "delightful" guesthouse wasn't the little gem we thought. It had bed bugs (they really love me), ...

    Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by expendabelles on May 15, 2015

    3 photos

    ... Khmer rouge were bizarre and seemed totally unreasonable, with ideas such as that it was better to kill innocents than to let an enemy go free. What completely shocked us was that Pol pot the leader kept his seat in the UN for years after the genocide. Many of the people who were executed were tortured into giving a false confession and into naming others that the Khmer Rouge saw as enemies of the state, all these innocent people were killed because ...

    More awsome PP sights and experiences

    A travel blog entry by cedarposte on Mar 28, 2015

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... we encountered many local kids running out to yell HELLO and wave and many wanted to hold your hands. Adorable!! I guess we are the unusuals.

    Saw my first up close rice paddy/field. Looks very much like wheat. This field of rice was still needing to turn golden color before harvesting. This rice I was told is the 6 month harvesting rice, as all other rice has one full year to grow to maturity.

    The Dry Season brings on its ...

    A Harrowing History Lesson

    A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Feb 18, 2015

    7 photos

    ... way the Killing Fields themselves were used along with heart wrenching accounts from survivors of the period. Prisoners were brought to Choeung Ek from neighbouring prisons and were often beaten to death to save bullets. A memorial stupa housing the skulls of 8,000 people stands in the centre of the former orchard, surrounded by mass graves and pathways where bones and clothes continue to rise to the surface as the weather takes its toll.

    While ...

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