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TravelPod Member ReviewsNordic House Phnom Penh
Offered a room by Poly (cute Cambodian, good English), 11dollars, good shower, no window (a tad claustrophobic) aircon and fan, clean, good shower) washing quick service even did 2kg for free. Friendly helpful staff.
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... called Penh founded the city here. Phnom means hill and indeed Wat Phnom is built upon the closest thing to a hill that the city can offer, it being incredibly flat. The pagoda itself is decorated with wall paintings, mainly executed in blue and deep orange with red borders, which cover all of the walls and all of the ceiling. Outside there were cages, each teeming with a different sort of bird, which you could buy to release. They were very cramped. Making our ...
... taken to be looked after in 1970's! After this we deserved a peaceful lunch which we enjoyed at another branch of FCC overlooking the river with a pleasant breeze blowing through. We then walked, as mad English do, under the mid afternoon sun to find we had been misinformed about the opening times of the Royal Palace and that we had an hour to wait. Stuff that we said and returned to base. An evening meal had been organised as ...
We are leaving Cambodia and off back to Thailand to get some sun, sand and sea in southern Thailand to get too the fun and beautiful side of this crazy country.Got to our hotel and strait up ordered room service. Becca dint like hers so i gave her the rest of mine, i was happy with my jug of Beer.Need to get a couple of hours sleep as we are up at 3am to catch our next flight to ...
... astray by taking us to a lovely roof top bar where we must have sampled at least half of the cocktail menu. On a more somber note Phnom Penh also contains two museums detailing the tragic genocide under the Khmer Rouge reign in the mid to late 70's. About a third of the population of Cambodia perished - either brutally murdered by the Khmer Rouge or through starvation. Both Tuol Sleng prison and Cheung Ek killing fields are a stark reminder of this ...
Footpaths in this place need to be renamed to something else, like maybe to
a. Car Parking
b. Motorbike parking
c. Shop/Restaurant space
d. Metal fabrication area
e. Diesel motor repair space
f. Rubbish tip
Seriously you can’t walk on them. To walk down any street it has to be along the road with the vehicle traffic, as the “Footpath” ...