Chi Cha Hotel

Address: 27 Street 110, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 27 Street 110, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Phnom Pen, Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by evewillett on Jun 19, 2015

    Arrived in the early hours of the morning, took an expensive tuk tuk to Me Mates Villa! Hilarious name. Had to let ourselves in and wake the man who worked on reception to let us lock our bags away. Took our hammocks out with us to find a shady spot to sleep but couldn't find any so we slept on grass. Got a few stares and woke up to a woman standing over us and ants biting us! Check in at 2pm and at this point were filthy and tired so we ordered some breakfast. Happy ...

    The Trouble with Cambodia...

    A travel blog entry by rebecca.white on Jun 11, 2015

    ... been directly affected by the atrocities of the regime. The Killing Fields were very moving, it's hard not to be affected when you walk past mass-grave after mass-grave whilst listening to survivors stories on an audio guide. It's something we'll never forget. Looking to drown our sorrows after the historical day we headed back into town and found a very cheap place: $4 for a bucket containing a bottle of local whiskey or vodka and 3 colas. Wow. It was a long ...

    A day in the life

    A travel blog entry by cazmar on May 28, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... very good at manual therapy and from working with both him and Chantheng, I'd say the standard of physiotherapy in this country is actually good (I know that is just two people out of a lot) but patchy. My theory is this - as they are taught in Khmer and very few of the physiotherapists here speak more than basic English, there is no debate. We are so lucky in English speaking countries that every time a paper is printed, we can read and analyse it and find a paper with a ...

    Three Million Victims Needing to be Heard

    A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Apr 09, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... that happened, but I felt it was important to try and read most things. The final section Building D had stories of survivors and general information on the genocide throughout Cambodia. The victims stories were hard to read, and each ended with a reason why the museum is important to them. I had read some reviews criticising the museum and why they haven't demolished the building, the reason, because for so many years nobody believed the Cambodians. The Swedish backed the Khmer ...

    Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by mal626 on Apr 01, 2015

    ... The red carpet and all was rolled out for us. We headed on a short hour and a half flight to the capital city of Cambodia called Phonm Penh. We boarded the bus and headed straight to view the dark history of Cambodia and the 'killing fields' of the Khmer Rouge (Pol Pot regime) & the Tuol Sieng Genocide Museum. We drove through dirt roads and tons of traffic which didn't allow us to make it to the prison. Nonetheless this was ...