Hope & Anchor

Address: 213 Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 213 Sisowath Quay, 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 Olympic flame that never burnt

    A travel blog entry by ramblingshrew on Oct 26, 2015

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    ... Old market, where we saw many food stalls, including, sorry to say, one selling live skinned frogs. Climbing the uneven steps to the third floor of the Hotel Pillar was worth it tonight, because on the roof opposite was a family of monkeys. A thunderstorm was close enough for us to see the lightning but not hear the sound of thunder. Tired but not very hungry, we had a quick meal and a last walk along the promenade of the Tonle Sap. We check out of the Hotel Pillar in the ...

    Welcome to Cambodia- Funeral rites and a blessing

    A travel blog entry by ramblingshrew on Oct 24, 2015

    6 photos

    ... class accommodation this is not, but the room is clean and comfortable and we had a small balcony overlooking the Tonle Sap river. First sightseeing to the nearby Wat Phnom. Legend says that in the late 14th century an old woman called Mrs Penh found a tree with a handful of Buddha images lodged in one of its nooks, she retrieved these and had a hill (phnom) built to house them. (Travelfish.org). Wat Phnom is that hill. Travel fatigue was catching ...

    Cambodia: Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Aug 20, 2015

    7 photos

    ... of statues. They had an interactive board displaying what Angkor Wat would have looked like when it was a functioning town, and lots of information boards about all the religious stories and connotations that are so important in Khmer history. We walked around the area and got a feel for local city life. It was unusual to see people on a daily commute, with traffic picking up around office hours - very few of our Asian stops have seemed to have that sort of routine. There were lots ...

    Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by kirstgra on Jul 20, 2015

    13 photos

    ... were still as they were only 40 years ago when this horrible regime was occurring. There was also a really good education centre which taught us even more about this horrible period.
    Whilst it wasn't the nicest of tours, we completed our tour of the prison feeling saddened and humbled and really glad that we had visited these sites.
    After completing the tour we made our way the the 'Russian Market' but there wasn't much to see there so we got a tuk tuk back to ...

    What a difference a day makes!

    A travel blog entry by erinanded on Jul 08, 2015

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    ... they know some english.."  We finally called it the quits on this.   We also realized that we both felt a bit off kilter and a bit scared and lost.  And, we agreed we needed to let that go and make a game plan.  We did and we succeeded in carrying out many tasks today.  We decided to get copies made of our degrees, TEFL and CVs to distribute at schools.  We went to an ACTUAL grocery store..its called Lucky Supermarket (no relation to US) and ...