Hotel Luxury World
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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This is the part of the trip that I was worried about, where we had nothing booked and had to try and figure it out when we got there :-S
We took a 2.5 hour flight from Singapore Phnom Penh and this is where the fun began! Firstly to get a taxi or tuk tuk to the centre.... we opted for the taxi this time and made our way to Khavi Villa on a well known backpackers street. I have to admit I cheated and researched places ...
After a free morning wandering the streets and markets of Phnom Penh we set sail again and headed on to rural countryside again. An afternoon of sailing led us to where our day's adventure truly began.
We clambered ashore up a steep hill and were immediately surrounded by the sweet children of Kompong Tralach giving us lotus flowers and palm leaves that they had twisted and folded into all sorts of shapes. I got a rose, a grasshopper, and ...
... in Phnom Penh, and only manage to do Riverfront park and National Museum. I enjoyed most in Phnom Penh in the place I stayed - Tama Hotel, The H22. Located on the 22nd floor in the Phnom Penh Tower. A compact room, but filled with everything you need, and you know we're at the top room service when it's under Japanese management. The shared bathroom is the cleanest I've ever seen, floor mat is ...
... less than that you're given in the local currency, Reil, which is probably the currency mostly used by the locals who wouldn't spend the same kind of money that visitors do. So after 3 nights in Siam Reap we flew to one of Cambodia's beach resorts, Sihanoukville - or referred to commonly as 'Snooky'. Our transfer in a bus from the airport to the town was hilarious! The bus didn't have underneath storage for luggage so instead the back window was opened and luggage thrown/lifted in ...
... 4 million people were murdered, almost half of Cambodia's population at that time!
After the Americans pulled out of Vietnam, Pol Pot's communist regime won the civil war that had been fought in Cambodia for the past 5 years and was free to take over Cambodia with brutal force.
Pol Pot marched into Phnom Penh on April 17th 1975 and emptied the city of its people! The residents were actually happy to see an end to the civil war and ...