Amber villa & restaurant

Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Bamboo Island, The Dive Shop Cambodia, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Learning English❤

    A travel blog entry by amkang on Jul 29, 2014

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    I have noticed something very unique with the way the kids have learning English to date. Most kids do not know how to actually read the words but they have simply memorised the them. For instance, they memorised the word 'apple' as a whole. When I broke the word down to syllables, i.e. 'ap' and then 'ple', they struggle to understand and read the two sounds separately. In light of this, I tried to teach them phonics this morning. I wrote down 'ap' and pronounced it. However, as ...

    A history lesson in Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by erucci on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... part of decommissioned military bases (ours was attached to an active base, but I gather it was inactve for a while) and are used by the government to generate cash. You show up and are literally shown a menu of guns to shoot: everything from a hand gun to a rocket launcher. Any of the ones that produces explosions (rocket laucher, hand grenade, or RPG) required going to "the mountain". We didnt' ask what that was, I was too terrified to hear the ...

    History lesson

    A travel blog entry by judy.tagell on May 23, 2014

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    ... At Tuol Sleng museum, your guide shows you the cells where prisoners were kept chained to their beds, before and after photos of tortured prisoners and some of the instruments of torture used. Once prisoners had been tortured into confessing, they would be taken to the killing fields. The killing fields were literally fields where people would be taken to be killed then the bodies would be put into mass graves. Pol Pot didn't ...

    Mother's Day & the King's Birthday

    A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant on May 13, 2014

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    ... out since mid-April and it is always closed when I come from school. It may even be closed today. My students asked if I will go somewhere during the three days off. I told them I think no. I would still like to visit to Kratie but now it will be very hot - not the ideal time to go. I think I will go in the fall. The temperatures will be cooler and perhaps there will be less humidity. At long last, they have decided that all is well with the ...

    Cu Chi tunnels then on to To Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by jowhiting on Apr 21, 2014

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    ... into a pitted moonscape. We saw one large crater made by a bomb on the site. Searching the tunnels was impossible mainly because of the size of them - built for small Vietnamese not burly American soldiers. They were often booby trapped with explosives or punji stake pits. Our visit was punctuated by the loud gunshots from the firing range here. You can fire a multitude of weapons for a few dollars. There was even a guy making sandals out of ...