Hang Neak Hotel

14, Street 201, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 14, Street 201, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and Bamboo Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Khmer Rouge, Killing fields and Toul Sleng

    A travel blog entry by danandlawontour on Jun 20, 2014

    35 photos

    ... of the stuff I didn't feel was right to photograph. Over 12,000 Cambodians, women, men and children were sent to this secret prison. A lot of the time they wouldn't even know what they were accused of, but they were tortured until they admitted it, then sent to be executed. All of the borders were shut and nobody outside Cambodia knew what was going on inside. Pol Pot took control over the country, which was already in a poor state, and manipulated the system. He brain-washed ...

    A day sightseeing.

    A travel blog entry by ainsleyvigor on Jun 20, 2014

    18 photos

    ... is Cambodia's largest museum of cultural history and is the country's leading historical and archaeological museum. The museum houses one of the world's largest collections of Khmer art, including sculptural, ceramics, bronzes, and ethnographic objects. The Museum’s collection includes over 14,000 items, from prehistoric times to periods before, during, and after the Khmer Empire, which at its height stretched from Thailand, across ...

    Genocide in Cambodia - S21 and the Killing Fields

    A travel blog entry by skjaer on May 03, 2014

    110 photos

    ... the brutality that we are capable of was overwhelming!

    So, first a cautionary note. What follows below is explicit, quite graphic at times, and certainly makes for uncomfortable reading. Some should probably not continue. I leave that for you to decide. But, as with other posts in my blog, this commentary is intended to enable you to share and experience, at least in some small measure, my journey here in Indochina. In that vein, how could I not write about this?

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    Genocide Museum and Killing Fields

    A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on May 03, 2014

    13 photos

    ... beat children against. In the centre of all of this sadness is a shrine to remember the victims by and piled high in the centre of it are rows upon rows of skulls. Some cracked where victims had experienced head trauma. We wandered around for a little while after the explanations, but were pretty happy to leave the place. It was a sobering day and a quiet night for us.

    I felt truly blessed to grow up in the country and the environment in which I ...

    En route to phnom penh

    A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock on Apr 11, 2014

    A bus. That is purely what my day consisted of. A 9 hour coach journey to the capital.
    On the way to the bus station we were all imagining the state this public bus would be in, by the end of the conversation we were convinced that our baggage would be falling off the top while we were penned in surrounded by bad smells and resting our feet on chicken coops. A vast sense of relief ...