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You only need one reason to visit Phnom Penh...Russian Market. This market is so amazing we spent most of our time here and went back for more on our return visit. Be ready to haggle because that is expected but always be friendly and good-natured about it. You will soon be told if you are asking for lower than the seller paid and remember that …
Being on the Vietnamese delta is amazing. People live everywhere. If you think New York City is crowded, try a place where families live on water on boats, in addition to houses on land, and even go to markets - called floating markets where the stores are on boats and the buyers come by boats as well. Our Mekong Delta boat was small but very …
From Siem Reap, we flew to Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. We were met by our guide Leng, and taken to our hotel, the Anise Hotel. We were there for 3 nights. The hotel had a good buzz about it, with a streetside cafe / bar / restaurant. Our room was great - big and airy, with a large corner balcony. It was situated in a decent area of the …
Our last stop in Asia was Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh. We had a pleasant 6-hour bus ride from Siem Reap (I'll put in a plug for Mekong Express buses: they saw my long legs and put me in a really roomy seat at the back, they gave us food, and they were just friendly).
Our guidebook said Phnom Penh is an attractive city, but I was still …
We packed all the sights of Phnom Penh into one day since we wanted to give as much time as possible to Angkor Wat. The day started a little late (sleeping in was nice) and we headed to Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (http://www.tuolsleng.com/) which is the location where Pol Pot and this Khmer Rouge regime tortured and killed thousands of Khmer people …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking