City Centre Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Centre Hotel Phnom Penh
Not a bad hotel. Fairly cheap. Room didn't have a window but location pretty good.
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This weekend I have stayed in Phnom Penh. Yesterday was Ella, Georgie and Haddie's last day so we had a relaxing day around the pool and then went for a massage (yet again). We got it done at a place called 'seeing hands' the people that work there are blind which apparently makes their massages more sensitive. The massage hurt a lot but by the end it felt so nice and the people who worked there were absolutely lovely! That night we ...
... built for the children to exercise on, were transformed to torture equipment. The classrooms originally built to educate young minds, were transformed into tiny jail cells and torture rooms. The torture rooms just had a metal bed base in them with occasional foot shackles or a pixilated picture on the wall of someone that had died in one of these rooms - like the Nazis in WWII, the Khmer Rouge documented everything.
We felt the museum could do so ...
... of the car. Other things for sale were frogs, cockroaches, grasshoppers, silkworm cocoons, small birds to name a few whilst we only purchased a pineapple and two mangoes.
Phnom Penh has a population of 3 million so we are back in the rat race again. Lots of tuk tuk drivers wanting passengers but we are happy to walk around. Amazingly the drivers are so patient with cars and ...
... with people at Bloom Garden Guesthouse we gained insight to the numerous challenges that the people of Cambodia face and the rampant corruption that is a part of everyday life. Our time in Phnom Penh, although not pleasant helped us understand just another aspect of why Cambodia faces the struggles and challenges it does today. Prior to visiting SE Asia I confess, that while I was vaguely aware of the Khmer Rouge, I did not fully understand the atrocities that were ...