Floating Island Guest House

Address: H11 St 93, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on H11 St 93, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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      Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

      Guesthouse Paradiso

      A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Nov 22, 2014

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      ... it is vulgar to talk about money, this story merits recounting. We needed to withdraw several days worth of dollars from the cashpoint to pay for our hotel and bus journeys. Having tried and failed at five other cash machines, we finally found one that worked (for a hefty commission) and withdrew our money. We were amused and dismayed in equal measure to see Benjamin Franklin looking at us from every note and wearing an expression that plainly says, "You've been mugged ...

      Killing Fields and Prison S-21

      A travel blog entry by wanderingjay on Oct 12, 2014

      ... high ranking individuals, their heads were taken elsewhere and will probably never be found. There are so many bodies everywhere here that after a heavy rain, new bones appear from the ground. I saw a tooth, a jaw bone and a femur just poking through the soil. All in all there were 20000 prisoners at S-21. Almost every single one was brutally murdered at the killing field. 20000 corpses left to rot in mass graves with no dignity. Most of the guards ...

      Crazy ride in Phnom Penh traffic

      A travel blog entry by leone_and_mike on Oct 04, 2014

      39 photos

      ... and again heard something that didn’t sound good. Drove to a mechanic and while they looked at the van we went and got an ice cream (yuck!). Didn’t have the part so we drove trying to find another place but couldn’t find it, then drove to the Cheung Ek killing fields.

      Had lunch at Tuk Tuk café, very slow to bring our meals but food was ok. Then we did the tour of the killing fields with the audio headsets, each of us ...

      ..the rocky road to Phnom Pehn

      A travel blog entry by frizvi on Aug 05, 2014

      ... Cambodia of all places? The reason is less exciting than you think. Although I would have liked to say it was due to divine inspiration or a childhood fantasy, in reality, it was only because recently a very close friend also abandoned the corporate lifestyle to volunteer in Phnom Pehn and then subsequently started his own business here. Each time I met him or spoke to him, he would not stop singing praises of how ...

      The hairy armpit

      A travel blog entry by strongface on Jul 04, 2014


      ... stomach it, but you could see them from a good distance away. It was something like 7 levels, from what the guide said, of remains, but the majority of the remains were left in the ground.
      After a lunch break back at the hotel, we went out again to see S-21. This was a school in the middle of the city which had been turned into a prison and place of torture. This place was significantly more daunting than the Killing Fields. It was cold and really dark, ...