Tonle Sap Hotel

Address: 4-6E0, Street 104, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4-6E0, Street 104, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Genocide Museum and Killing fields

    A travel blog entry by debandadam on Jun 06, 2015

    2 comments, 22 photos

    We had breakfast at our hotel and tuk tuk friend was there at 8.40 to meet us. He drove us to the Genocide Museum first and waited for us outside. We spent about 90 mins walking around and seeing the different exhibits. The building used to be a school and then in the '70s it was turned into a prison by the Khmer Rouge and they used it to lock up and torture innocent people before transporting them to the killing field to be executed! Some of the cells are still as they ...

    A conversation

    A travel blog entry by cazmar on May 28, 2015

    ... why would he have that sort of a clue. He's told me before about not saving and everyone lives hand to mouth here. Pay in cash, in small notes.

    I'm sure if he had a clue how much I take home a month, he would wonder what I did with it all. Well I suppose I wonder sometimes. But having a lot of money (and I mean this for almost everyone in the UK) is a privilege I don't think a lot of us realise we ...

    Taking Pot Shots

    A travel blog entry by chimera85 on Apr 10, 2015

    4 photos

    ... from the hotel to the Firing Range but it was exciting having the opportunity to try out a real gun for the first time in my life. I chose the most well known one, the infamous AK47.

    There was a very short safety briefing then we took turns to fire at our targets. I was expecting a huge amount of recoil but actually it wasn't too bad. I did ...

    Reunited with Mish & Dez!!! 26/2/15-2/3/15

    A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Feb 26, 2015

    1 comment, 48 photos

    ... were even the sculls of some of the victims on display, so sad! At the end of the tour, we met 2 of the 7 survivors (only 3 of whom are alive today). They both have written books as the prisoners who survived vowed to each other that they would tell the world what happened there. They ask that the people who buy the book donate it to their local libraries so the book makes it around the world and more people will learn about what happened there. My ...

    Definitely not the guy from Britain's Got Talent

    A travel blog entry by kevandtasha on Feb 17, 2015

    10 photos

    ... This place shook us both up so we decided against going to the killing fields (prisoners from S12 and all round Cambodia were taken here to be beaten to death. Bullets cost money obviously!!!!) as we felt that the only reason we would be going would be as tourists to tick a box of places visited. The thought of walking through the fields and finding old clothing or bits of human skeleton which often occurs was off putting. Amazingly, after Pol Pot ...