Pkd1 Guesthouse

Address: No 40 Street 136, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on No 40 Street 136, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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      Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

      Coffee - then Cambodia

      A travel blog entry by bjanke on Mar 27, 2015

      19 photos

      I started the morning with a neighborhood walk to check out the local coffee scene. Linda, since you were interested, I took pictures so you can make Vietnamese style coffee at home

      I am sorry to be leaving the comfort of Kirk and Gift's home. Khanin said he wished I could stay to "celebrate" April Fools with him. I will be back in Vietnam in a few days, but I don't know if it will be possible to ...

      What a lucky surprise!

      A travel blog entry by angiebender on Jan 09, 2015

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      I went to the Wildlife Rescue place today without too many expectations. I'm not a fan of zoos so I wasn't sure I would enjoy it. I paid a little more to get more hands on interaction. Two animals stood out for me. I was completely taken with the gibbons! Playful and cuddly. Arms stretching out to ...

      Sad & Confronting but needed to do it

      A travel blog entry by rot on Dec 29, 2014

      11 photos

      ... When we walked out of our hotel there were several police/army with machine guns slung over their shoulder on the street corner. When we crossed the road to the park we saw that they were absolutely everywhere. We still don't know what was going on but at the time they didn't seem too stressed so we kept going like all ignorant tourists do. The prime ministers house is just up the road so I'm guessing it is something to do with that....

      We made it to the ...

      Rise of the Motaurs

      A travel blog entry by beardedwanderer on Dec 03, 2014

      ... to My Son, which should be 30km but ended up more like 45km after Sat Nav took us on a circuitous route which ended on a dusty road looking out over a dirty river with no bridge. Had it not been for an old lady waving us down a bluff to the hidden ferry crossing we would have had to backtrack practically to the start of our journey. 20,000dong (50p, a palm of silver for the ferryman) got us and the bike onto a small boat used to ferry bikes and ...

      The Killing Fields and Gender confusion

      A travel blog entry by fonfe on Nov 16, 2014

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      ... we entered 'Pontoon' my first reaction was "Who are all these women, and where did they emerge from?". It did not take me too long to realise that the women in this club were not your standard punters and the majority of them seemed to fall into three, sometimes overlapping, categories: prostitutes; locals intent on bagging/wedding a western man; and ladyboys - though the latter category in particular was difficult to spot! I found the club to be fascinating - I genuinely ...