Simon's II Guesthouse

Address: No. 10 Street 93, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No. 10 Street 93, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

First Stop: Cambodia

A travel blog entry by rachloebach on Aug 02, 2014


... we wanted to catch the sunrise at Angkor Wat temple, the main tourist attraction in Cambodia. Angkor Wat consists of many temples that together form the largest religious monument in the world. We just missed the sunrise when we got there, but it was still breathtakingly beautiful. We spent the day exploring the many temples and ruins (with hundreds of other tourists). My favourite was Ta Phrom, famously referred to as the 'Tomb Raider Temple' because Angelina Jolie ...

Robin Heslip Tours - 2000 AD

A travel blog entry by normflach on Jul 27, 2014


... Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. What makes the linga unique, as a religious artifact is that it is a phallic symbol. The base of the linga represents Brahma. It is circular and has 17 female breasts around the circumference. This feature is unique to the Cham lingas – signifying the unification of maleness and femaleness in the deity. The lower part of the phallic symbol represents Vishnu. It is square like a box, and represents Vishnu’s four heads facing east, west, north and ...

Goodbye Laos - Hello Cambodia

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jun 29, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... to the Russian Market was on the cards and had a Tuk Tuk organised for us. The driver would wait at the market and bring us back – mainly because he gets paid when we get back. Imagine a taxi driver in NZ, or Oz for that matter, doing that! This market is nothing about Russian goods; it was built by the Russians years ago when they were the most predominant foreigners in Cambodia. It was the quintessential market with narrow alleys, everything you could ever ...

The Khmer Regeime..

A travel blog entry by anna2238 on May 16, 2014

2 photos

After a 4 or so hour bus ride to Phnom Penh, we settled into our new hotel.. On. The 5th floor. Hard work lugging that bag up 5 flights of stairs but at least we had air con. After lunch we travelled out to the killing fields to learn all about what happened during the Khmer Regieme. Such horror and devastation at such a beautiful place. During the Khmer Regieme, Pol Pot was in charge of the government and His plan was to restructure Cambodia into a ...

Phnom Penh

A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086 on May 05, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... back up- I don't think she realised it could be painful for anyone to sit this way! I loved the class, it was nice to be back dancing and I learnt lots about the meaning of the different hand movements. I learnt the hand moves for happiness and friendship. The next day we knew was going to be a tough one. As we had decided to visit the Choeung Ek killing fields. Again we went with our Tuk Tuk driver TV. Best Tuk Tuk man in the world. As we ride along the bumpy roads, it ...