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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
TravelPod Member ReviewsCambodiana Hotel Phnom Penh
Just paid for a day pass to the pool and gym, and am loving life with a view of the river.
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... the guards until they confessed whatever crime it was they were accessed of and then most were murdered. Confessing was like signing your own death warrant. Not confessing meant you were regularly tortured, as were your family. To stop people from trying to get revenge, when an individual was arrested so were their family. Women, children, young or old, it didn't matter. When they first took control, the Khmer Rouge were actually popular among the poorest Cambodian people because ...
... it to someone else who said something and we were on our way. I didn't feel confident that he knew where he was going and I was proved right when he tried to drop us off at the wrong hotel. We said no so he kept driving, very slowly along the road it should be on. We drove up and down, but couldn't see it, he asked a couple of other tuk tuk drivers, but they didn't know either. Eventually he phoned the hotel to find where it was, we were on the right ...
... br> We drive about half an hour to our hotel and it's a bit like Vietnam, a bit posh and a bit poor. We arrive at our bed and breakfast, Manor house and it's fabulous.Our room has a little storage area, loads of coat hangers, a fridge, a kettle, cheap mini bar, fan and air con, $4 for a load of washing, a lovely pool and bar area, TV with 62 cable channels.Nick the owner gave us a tour and answered all our questions, he is from Sydney.Our room is ground level ...
... our hostel at breakfast who decided to hop along with us to the killing fields, which was cool because we probably would've given up and not gone if it weren't for her. The tuk tuk ride to the killing fields took about 45 minutes and was insanely bumpy, despite the road serving the cities biggest tourist attraction...
*can I point out that whilst writing this, a huge insect flew into a fan behind me, got chopped up and ...
... area for so called spies. The school had five blocks some over three floors. Some were used as torture areas, some as prison cells. Whole families were taken to S-21 and were split up, some (even children) being sent to forced labour camps. They were forced to tell lies through torture and interrogation in order for the Khmer Rouge to kill them. As you entered the building there was a list of rules which were to be adhered to e.g "do not cry when you are ...