Sunny Guest House

351-353 St Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 351-353 St Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    "You want Tuk-tuk?!"

    A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Sep 14, 2014

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    Since today was our first day in Phnom Penh, that should be no surprise that we spent the day touring around seeing all the top sites. Breakfast with a simple omelette and baguette which was way over spices salt and pepper and the baguette extremely stale. I'm missing our Vietnam breakfasts! Absolutely everywhere we walked today, we had a million men asking us: "you want tuk-tuk!?" Or just "tuk-tuk!?". It's a so annoying, if I wanted a taxi or transportation then ...

    Orientation day: let's learn about Cambodia!

    A travel blog entry by amkang on Jul 21, 2014

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    ... esp women - no separation of judicial, executive and legislative branches of the government - Samsech Hun Sen, Cambodian Prime Minister is one of the longest serving PMs in the world (been in power since 1985) - trials for crimes against humanity relating to Khmer Rouge movement still ongoing... After absorbing so much information about this country (or at least attempted to), a few of the volunteers went out to check out the Russian ...

    The hairy armpit

    A travel blog entry by strongface on Jul 04, 2014

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    ... in the prison. There were countless photographs and records of every prisoner. The prison kept extremely detailed records of everyone. Making sure they killed the right people.
    The courtyard of the prison featured gym equipment from the school days, which had been turned into torture tools. A wooden climbing frame had instead held prisoners upside down with their hands and feet tied together with rope until they fell unconscious. Their heads were then dunked ...

    Creating My Ideal Life

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on May 26, 2014

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    ... place - I contribute to charity. I make money so that I can enjoy it, but also help others. I am lucky to make more than most, and I want to help those that are trying their best but can't make ends meet - I have a husband that loves me with all his heart and I love him just as much. We kiss and hug every single day before we leave and again when we see each other. We share a lot of good love. And after the many years that we are together I still find him to be the ...

    Elephants in Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by lawslo on Apr 20, 2014

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    ... that live in remnants of the country’s tropical forests. However, our
    "jungle trek" in Cambodia’s Mondulkiri Province gave us a first hand look at
    the reasons our grandkids will not likely see these animals in the wild if they
    visit Cambodia someday. Our first indication of the status of elephant habitat
    came before we even reached the town of Sen Monorom, jumping off point for the
    forays into northeast Cambodia’s forested hills. Watching ...