Golden Mekong Hotel

Address: 205A, Street 19, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 205A, Street 19, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    A Harrowing History Lesson

    A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Feb 18, 2015

    7 photos

    ... National Museum, the Royal Palace with its classical architecture and Buddha statues also provides an insight into the beauty of Phnom Penh - the thing which the current people focus on, understanding that remembering the horrors of the Khmer Rouge rule are necessary to ensure that something similar never happens again, but choosing not to let the tragedies of the past dampen their spirits... An inspiring population in a vibrant city which chooses to celebrate ...

    Phnom Phnom Phnom

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Feb 14, 2015

    11 photos

    ... out of the shell before I found out what it was and I then tried the egg and mango. Small and his daughter at this point encouraged me to go for a swim. I wasn't entirely sure I wanted to go for a swim in the Mekong. It doesn't have a particularly sanitary reputation and the colour of the water definitely reflects this. His daughter didn't so much swim as lay on a rubber ring whilst Small drifted her about a roped off area of the Mekong. I don't really know what the rope was for, ...

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by angelaperrett on Feb 14, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... held over 100 bodies of women and children. Next to it was a tree known as the Killing Tree as soldiers used to swing babies by their ankles into the tree thus smashing their skulls, so horrific. As you walked around you saw bone fragments and clothing fragments in the ground. Every couple of months the staff collect these up but every time it rains more are exposed. There is a stupa commemorating the dead which holds over 5000 skulls. The audio guide commentary was ...

    Cambodian interlude

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Jan 29, 2015

    116 photos

    ... to fit the bill and chose some food from their extensive menu. It too was very cheap but certainly wasn’t “fast food”. When Phil’s spring rolls finally turned up it was clear that they had been made from scratch! Later we had a stroll down to the river and discussed options for visiting the Angkor Wat temples tomorrow. In the end we decided to let the hotel make the arrangements for us and before long we had a car, a driver and an English speaking ...

    A Somber Walk Through a Dark Past

    A travel blog entry by melisa_vazquez on Jan 12, 2015

    37 photos

    ... of their own young children - and taken to a prison/torture centre such as S21. In the case of S21, a school was emptied out and refurbished for its new purpose. Large rooms were subdivided into cramped cells not large enough for an adult to lie straight. Other rooms used for torture were still furnished with rusted metal bed bases, shackles and rectangular boxes used as chamber pots. A swing set was modified as a tool of torture. The most stirring part of S21 was walking past the ...