Tonle Sap Hotel
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... This has resulted in ongoing mental health problems throughout the country, as everyone lost family and friends. Following the museum we went to the Killing Fields located just outside of Phnom Penh. This was incredibly intermingled especially as we had the knowledge from the museum behind us. We had audio guides to talk us through what we were seeing. Many of the buildings have not withstood the weather and now no longer exist, but the ...
... people killed and thrown into the ground in mass graves here between 1975 and January 1979. Though many body parts have been moved and given some dignity, the evidence is still there to see. Scraps of fabric along pathways, and here and there pieces of bone. The rainy seasons continue to bring more bones to the surface. These are collected and placed into shrines. The tour is self-paced with a personal audio commentary, ...
... then went to explore.
We had a walk along the much nicer riverside area, stopped for a drink then continued on to check out the area a little more.
Phnom Penh seems to be a city of contrast as you are either walking in a beautiful, traffic free park/riverside area looking at amazing statues, monuments or buildings or you are walking along tatty streets with minimal footpaths, crazy drivers everywhere and eating dust!
We found a lovely park area near the ...
... you bring your own cow you can blow it up.. Gross! It was expensive to fire guns here so only Tom and Mark fired an AK47 (Klashnikov). We then went to the genocide centre where we each got headphones and an audio pack and you walk around listening to the history and story, pressing the corresponding number of the place you are at. It was emotional and sickening to think what the Cambodian people went through during that horrific time! And to think it was only 30 years ...
... Although larger than we were expecting, the city was small enough to manage and gather a pulse of in our short time. We spent our day in Phnom Penh mostly at Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. While being a somber place to visit, we felt it was essential to understanding Cambodia. The museum is located in what was once a high school but was then converted into a prison during the reign of the Khmer Rouge regime. ...