Casa Hotel

Address: No. 5 France Boulevard (Street 47) near Wat Phnom, Phnom Penh, 12203, Cambodia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on No. 5 France Boulevard (Street 47) near Wat Phnom, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Three Million Victims Needing to be Heard

    A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Apr 09, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... on the third floor with pictures of the last victims. It was a very surreal experience walking around the cells and seeing the bloodstains, it was a harrowing reminder of how recently all of this happened. It was 36 degrees and humid but I had goosebumps most of the time I was there. Building B used to house most of the prisoners in mass cells, some which are still kept the same way they were. There is now an exhibition of photos of the victims. Each prisoner was photographed on ...

    Rabbit Island (Koh Tonsai)

    A travel blog entry by arrio.hoffman on Feb 21, 2015

    1 photo

    We decided to check out Rabbit Island today. We rented a scooter and made a long trip out to the pier. It was beautiful weather. The ferry was a small boat and it took little more than twenty minutes to get out there. We spent a little while in the water before exploring the island ...

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by thehunts on Feb 05, 2015

    29 photos

    ... We were shown the cells, with the original floor shackles. We were shown the detention centres, where hundreds of people would lay on the floor shackled together. Each prisoner kept at the S-21 had a photograph taken, and the museum has the hundreds of black and white photos hanging on billboards. The tortured and haunted faces of these people stared back at us, the horror etched in their faces. My eyes were filling with tears as we walked around. There were images of torture ...

    A Somber Walk Through a Dark Past

    A travel blog entry by melisa_vazquez on Jan 12, 2015

    37 photos

    ... is important to them, to not only reveal the injustice suffered by so many, but to preserve the memories of victims. It's shocking to hear that Pol Pot died as an old man, free and tried, and that a number of former Khmer Rouge officials not only have received amnesty from the government, but are current ministers. What an insult to Cambodians. I am grateful for the generosity of our guides in taking the time to show us the places and tell us the stories, which undoubtedly would ...