Sunny Guest House

Address: 351-353 St Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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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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      A Harrowing History Lesson

      A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Feb 18, 2015

      7 photos

      ... way the Killing Fields themselves were used along with heart wrenching accounts from survivors of the period. Prisoners were brought to Choeung Ek from neighbouring prisons and were often beaten to death to save bullets. A memorial stupa housing the skulls of 8,000 people stands in the centre of the former orchard, surrounded by mass graves and pathways where bones and clothes continue to rise to the surface as the weather takes its toll.

      While ...

      Phnom Phnom Phnom

      A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Feb 14, 2015

      11 photos

      ... when we told her we weren't interested in buying anything. At that point we left and Small pulled into another house a little further down the road. The ladies that operated the looms here were much older and didn't speak in English, so Small translated for us in places. There were far more machines at this second place and they were far more advanced. We were shown one loom that had a motor attached to it, and once you flicked a switch the whole thing just jutted backwards ...

      Phnom Penh, Cambodia

      A travel blog entry by angelaperrett on Feb 14, 2015

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... all lit up. Had a drink in a bar opposite the Foreign Correspondents Club. The riverside area is really lovely as there are so many bars and restaurants. Had an interesting boat trip down the River Tonle to where it meets the Mekong and along the Mekong for a bit. Passed a small floating village which looked really poor as people were living on tiny boats. Wat Phom was lovely, very ornate. The Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda were stunningly beautiful. So many ornate ...

      Cambodian interlude

      A travel blog entry by jandkross on Jan 29, 2015

      116 photos

      ... way, whole families on one motorbike, saffron robed monks proceeding from shop to shop with their begging bowls and one shop sign that caused a double take “Cambodian Association for Helping the Miserable Corpses”! There was a truck with a coffin on parked outside.

      At Phnom Penh domestic airport we found ourselves once more amidst some large tour groups, many of them American, and there was some delay at check in whilst they were all dealt with. The ...

      A Somber Walk Through a Dark Past

      A travel blog entry by melisa_vazquez on Jan 12, 2015

      37 photos

      ... For the rest of the afternoon, we were figuratively transported back to the Khmer Rouge regime through stories, art, and buildings. Between 1976 and 1979, almost 3 million Cambodians were tortured and killed or died from hard labour and starvation. The Khmer Rouge's gran vision was to turn back time and subject the entire population to an agricultural subsistence. Those living in cities were forcibly moved to the country and ordered to farm. Through the lack of necessary skills ...