Cozyna Hotel

No. 1A, Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

Lady You Want Tuk Tuk?

A travel blog entry by dc314

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We left the Green Suites Hotel in Saigon early Saturday morning to head to Cambodia. We enjoyed one last patio rooftop breakfast, before boarding our first long distance bus of the trip. We have heard stories about buses in Asia. They are always delayed, with broken seats, broken a/c, a very bumpy ride, and they pack you in like sardines while …

Into Cambodia

A travel blog entry by elcapitan

2
15

(Pam)

After a pretty uneventful night in Chau Dac, we woke up early in our ****** hotel to catch a "express boat" to Phnom Penh. We said good-bye to our tour friends and hopped on two cyclos (basically a bicycle pulling a cart w/ a seat) and headed for the 2 minute away dock. Of course I had glorious visions of the speed boats in the …

"Tuk-tuk sir? Tuk-tuk lady?"

A travel blog entry by roryanddonna

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We managed to get to Cambodia without any fuss. Our bus from Saigon was great - comfortable, working a/c, on schedule, quick border crossing and a free water - well impressed.

As per our usual MO, we had chosen accommodation to look at pre-arrival and then changed our mind once we'd inspected it. We've found that the Lonely Planet is good …

Killing Fields (the photos may be upsetting)

A travel blog entry by rayrayandjuicy

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Rach-border crossing from Laos into Cambodia was a joy as after already paying for our visa they then wanted a dollar off us for every little thing they did..stamped our passport,extra dollar,zapped us in the head at a stall saying 'quarantine',extra dollar.walk across the border with our big bags 200metre,extra dollar! but we had heard it was …

Phnom Penh And Kep

A travel blog entry by sbarnett

We chose the luxury bus from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh at only $11
each for a 6 hour journey. After a mosquito killing contest which
resulted in an 8-2 victory for me, the journey was uneventful, save for
the smartly dressed Cambodian girl whose job it was to make
announcements and hand out free snacks. She was full of useless

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This hotel, located on No. 1A, Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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