Sokha Heng Guest House

Address: No. 29Eo, Preah Ang Makhak Vann (St. 178), Phnom Penh, 12206, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No. 29Eo, Preah Ang Makhak Vann (St. 178), Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by will.meyer on Jun 01, 2015

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    ... I did. I'm in total shock and my back is extremely extremely sore. I want to cry but that would cause a scene and would get Will more upset. I don't need him locked up in Cambodia. So I hold back my tears. The car didn't stop and is gone before we knew what happened. Everyone comes out and there all asking if I'm ok. All this attention is making it harder not to cry. So I tell Will "take me home now please!". He does as I say and puts me in the tuk-tuk. Will is furious and I'm just ...

    Into the Unknown....

    A travel blog entry by angusliston on Mar 13, 2015

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    ... we got so very cheap and Delius food and then headed out for a few beers. It turned out in Phnom Penh that the only bars around are lady bars and i mean that - everywhere was just sleazy brothels - not our scene! Eventually we came across a large hostel which had a rooftop bar, it was pretty quite but it was normal with other travellers, we had a few beers and a couple of games of pool then headed back! We decided that night we would head out first thing in the morning to our ...

    Phnom Tamao Wildlife Park

    A travel blog entry by chris93savory on Feb 27, 2015

    19 photos

    ... what we can, pay and head back. My bum now featuring edges and corners, we return the bike and cool off in the room, after a busy but very enjoyable day! In search of something different we wander towards the river to a Buddhist temple, which is absolutely stunning, and chat to a very pleasant monk. Looping the temple grounds we see a palace we assume for the president, and to continue our cultural experience have a Cambodian massage, which at only $5 an hour we really can't ...

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by thehunts on Feb 05, 2015

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    ... had Vanny giving us his own personal tour. He explained that the site still had many uncovered bones and clothing of victims and as you walk around you can see the white unearthed bones underneath your feet, or the flash of material embedded in the path. I felt physically sick walking over these poor peoples remains and cannot explain how much I regretted my choice of footwear. If you ever visit the Killing Fields, do not wear flip flops. There were mass grave sites which are now just ...

    A Somber Walk Through a Dark Past

    A travel blog entry by melisa_vazquez on Jan 12, 2015

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    ... I've witnessed how sharp their edges are!). Bodies were dumped in mass graves and soaked with chemicals to mask the smell. Some were beheaded. Infants were reportedly grabbed by the ankles and swung against trees. A stupa has been erected at the killing fields that we visited. It is a windowed box with 17 tiers of shelves to house clothes and bones which have been exhumed; different types of bones per tier. Having spoken with a number of Cambodians now, it's clear that this dark slice ...