L-S Guest House

No. 1C, Udong (St. 53), Phnom Penh, 12210, Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh

A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086


... sweat after an hour so we decided to leave, as nothing is sign posted and all the roofs shine silver, we hoped we'd seen the silver pagoda but we really didn't know if we had till we went back and googled it!!! This happens quite often on our travels, that we only find out what we've seen afterwards. On our last day, we decided to have a treat day, so we booked in at Raffles or afternoon tea, it was nice to eat somewhere fancy and I tried black toffee tea which was really ...

Genocide in Cambodia - S21 and the Killing Fields

A travel blog entry by skjaer


... Rouge seized power in Cambodia in 1975 under Pol Pot's leadership, about two weeks before the fall of Saigon. People think of them as communist guerrillas, which they were, but they also included significant numbers of royalists who joined them in the jungle to fight for the reinstallation of their king. Another example of 'the enemy of my enemy is my friend' gone badly wrong. That swelled their numbers and enabled them to win control. By the time the Khmer Rouge were driven from ...

Elephants in Cambodia

A travel blog entry by lawslo


... our experiences left us both frustrated and with a lot of
questions. We were not enthusiastic about an organization run by foreigners
that diverted to itself a significant portion of the region’s tourist dollars
with little evidence that any of that money went back into the community.
Moreover, while EVP apparently treats elephants well, is the group really just
using at least some of those animals for the short term as tourist draws,
knowing that ...

An introduction to Cambodia, it's people & history

A travel blog entry by nomes981


... in the sun to work on my tan. Two UK girls sat next to me, Jen and Georgie who actually lived in New Zealand. We got talking and soon the hubby came over to join in. Shared a few beers and before we knew it a few hours had passed.

Time for a late lunch down by the river and a look at the Central Markets. The hubby wanted another long sleeve cotton shirt, we found a lady and tried a few on to find one that fits. The lady asked for $7 so as you do you start ...

Translation of Phnom Penh - tant à découvrir

A travel blog entry by jean-pascal

... PNP including the Khmer's unkindness towards cats...
We then have lunch at the River Crown, a restaurant that sits on the Tonle Sap banks, on the third floor from where Christine takes hundreds of pictures!!!
We end our day by a quick swim in the hotel pool and diner at a Vietnamese restaurant (Cri's fish soup was somehow (not) interesting...)!
Another busy day and we go to bed very tired!


This hotel, located on No. 1C, Udong (St. 53), Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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