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- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAnise Hotel Phnom Penh
All the staff is incredibly kind- the only negative is the shower in our room. There is no curtain and it is almost directly above the toilet
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Today we had the opportunity to relax almost the entire day. We woke up and realized that we should postpone visiting the killing fields because we knew Donna and Kate would likely want to go with us. So we had breakfast with Michael and Patrick then walked to a nearby nail salon. We sat down around 11:50am and did not leave until 1:50pm. I got a …
My mom and I kept postponing our visit to Tuol Sleng, but today was the day we decided to visit the site. Tuol Sleng a high school where the Khmer Rouge held many prisoners and tortured the accused. We had an incredible tour guide who knew his history and had wonderful English. We went to each classroom and I was truly appalled by the inhumane …
The day began early as we had to finish breakfast by 7 and leave soon after in order to make it to the orphanage on time. Michael and Patrick recently started at the orphanage, named New Hope for Cambodian Children, and we were lucky enough to visit the incredible center. We arrived at the orphanage around 9am and dramatically revealed Stinē …
Donna, Kate, my mom, and I decided to go to the Royal palace today because we had passed the beautiful buildings many times and all wanted to go inside. We took a Tuk Tuk to covered with tropical plants to the palace and therefore arrived in style. We got a tour guide and explored the beautiful grounds for 2 hours. Our guide was incredible and told …
An important site to visit in Cambodia is The Killing Fields because it has such significance in the country's history. We arrived at the Killing Fields and began walking around after picking up our audio set. The audio tour was exquisite in explaining the background of the Khmer Rouge genocide. The experience was very emotional, but it am very …