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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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Killing Fields and S-21

    A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Jun 16, 2015

    10 photos

    ... near the museum is one of the many Daughters of Cambodia's workshops. They are places of hope and help to predominantly girls caught up in the sex industry, giving them a way out and back into a society that often would otherwise shun them. Obviously a good cause, we were happy to pay the extra amount for a drink - I got a lime and lemongrass pot of tea, with the addition of plenty of honey tasted pretty amazing! Just a couple of doors down, we spotted another ...

    Three Million Victims Needing to be Heard

    A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Apr 09, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... to be heard. They want to be believed and they want to educate people so what they had to endure never happens again. At the end of the audio they play you the propaganda music that the Khmer Rouge would play during the killings of the victims to hide the sounds of screams. The whole tour is incredibly moving and sickening but to me they have done a good job of trying to maintain the dignity of the victims whilst highlighting the horrors of what happened. During their reign the ...

    An experience - not for the faint hearted

    A travel blog entry by argieuk on Mar 08, 2015

    7 photos

    ... Here there are very few gaps in the traffic, and the few zebra crossings make absolutely no difference, no one stops. The way to get across is to slowly take small steps into the traffic. At first they swerve in front of you, but eventually they have to swerve behind you. And then you just keep going, further and further. Even cars and lorries and buses will stop rather than run you down. Never look them in the eye. Green cross code? Walk swiftly? You'd be dead before you got half ...

    Phnom Phnom Phnom

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Feb 14, 2015

    11 photos

    ... we crested a mound and saw the beach laid out before us. I hadn't been expecting what laid on the other side of that ridge. This island, situated in the middle of the Mekong, had one of the largest beaches I've ever seen. The last time I saw a beach this white and deep (as in distance between land and sea) was in California. This wasn't quite California, I admit, but the beach was beautiful, and at the river edge there were dozens of bamboo huts sat on stilts in the water. We marched ...

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Jan 26, 2015

    4 photos

    ... or each other, they don't click their fingers at one another because they have all been through a ****** passed and they stick by one another and look after each other. Okay I'm not saying they're all good and everything is sharing caring sort of thing but the majority of the people here are I think, everyone we have met seen lovely and look after each other. Even the tuk tuk drivers and that's a tuff business around here they're bloody everywhere!! The ...