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

      Turn down for Wat!

      A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Dec 19, 2014

      1 comment

      ... with Steph and Dave. You don't need to hear about the temples again, but they were cool and we enjoyed it and our tuk tuk driver was great. He took us back to our hotel when we were done and at this point we realised that we hadn't negotiated a price at all for the day, I started to feel concern creeping up on my given that he'd woken us up about 5ish, driven us patiently all day and provided water I was thinking the hand was going to come out with a fee of anywhere up to $40 so I ...

      The Killing Fields

      A travel blog entry by warreninasia on Dec 14, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... Genocide. He originally got 11 years taken off for being under house arrest. But this was reviewed and he has now got a whole life sentence. That for me is a no brainier he oversaw mass murder and basically gets off with it. There were two of the last prisoners left alive at the exit telling their story and selling books one of them the same guy who was on the Sue Perkins trip up the Mekong. We had taken 6hours to do this much of the trip and didn't fancy the trip to ...

      It was the best of days, it was the worst of days.

      A travel blog entry by ceciliag on Nov 04, 2014

      ... late '70s. The ins and outs are to complicated for me, but it seemed to be the result of Vietnam and Thailand both wanting a part of Cambodia. The king asked the French for help and they came in and took over. Pol Pot was an educated man, a Buddhist monk, a history teacher, a communist inspired by Ho Chi Minh and the Chinese, and eventually a monster. He fought with the king and then teamed up with him to defeat the French. They started moving everyone out of the ...

      Sundays adventures

      A travel blog entry by bernh on Sep 14, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... with something. It actually takes a second or two to realise we have been water bombed from a top story apartment and we are both completely drenched. It is so funny that neither of us can stop laughing for at least the next ten minutes and same with all the other bikes around us. Whoever bombed us was a darn good shot. We stopped to get petrol, check out the photo of the petrol station! It's back to medical clinic tomorrow. The hard stuff but, oh so rewarding. ...

      Origins

      A travel blog entry by louis.lim3 on Aug 06, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... and share stories with him. In order to get to the main city from traversing the Vietnam border, we had to cross the Mekong River via a ferry. A German that I had met on the bus told me to go outside and check out the river. I asked this feller how long he had lived in Cambodia and he stated that he's lived there for 20 years. He asked me if I had seen the movie "The Killing Fields" (1987) and I told him that I watched it with a friend about a week prior to the start of ...