Phnom Penh Hotel

Address: 53 Monivong Boulevard, Sangkat Srah Chok, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 53 Monivong Boulevard, Sangkat Srah Chok, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Sihanoukville and Koh Rong

    A travel blog entry by katesea on Jun 09, 2015

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... was still so hot but quite cloudy so we didn't lie on the beach. As we were going along one of the roads there were loads of monkeys just at the side of the road eating bananas. We stopped the mopeds to get some photos, was quite cool to see. We had a night out on Sunday which was really good as there's loads of bars around the beach areas in Sihanoukville. On Monday we had a final moped ride before we had to give them back and then headed back to Phnom ...

    A day in the life

    A travel blog entry by cazmar on May 28, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... 09.00, change into my uniform and the day begins. I should say here, Chantheng has provided me with my very own helmet to keep me safe. So even though he rides around with his undone and the moto driver I use doesn't even wear one, I'm ok.

    Back to work I treat some patients (always with Davit, my Khmer just isn't fluent yet) generally MSK, which as you know, is a step outside my comfort zone. Then when we're quiet, I either run through with Davit anatomy, special ...

    Day 7 - Visiting a small village and a school

    A travel blog entry by wendyandjohn on Mar 06, 2015

    ... needed. Also the driver must wear a helmet (but doesn't always) but helmets are optional for passengers. We arrived in one piece at the Russian market. It was like the market on Phnom Phen - tight, compact, lots of stalls including clothing for locals, food, motorbike parts, hardware, jewellery, souvenirs etc. The meat is all left standing in the heat with no covering or refrigeration. We bought a couple of things then took our tuk tuk back. (The driver waited for us). The ship ...

    Bangkok and Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by ludders on Feb 10, 2015

    2 comments, 32 photos

    ... torture camp and prison during the rule of Pol Pot) and the Killing Fields, which was just as emotional as you might expect. I learnt a lot about the war and the lead up to it, how people were tortured and the scale of the killings. It was brutal and shocking, there are just no words to describe. In S-21 there were still blood stains on the floor, and the 'cells' where people were locked up are all still intact. It was quite chilling walking around. The Killing Fields too were ...

    Don't abbreviate Phnom Penh!

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jan 22, 2015

    3 photos

    ... on the street, they're a little more persistent but usually move on after a second "no thanks", or when they get distracted by something else. No one is particularly pushy and you don't feel harassed.

    Poverty isn't as overt here as much as it is in the country. The first glass tower block we have seen for a while stands watch over the city. New cars are mixed in amongst the motorbikes and tuk tuks. Coffee shops (including Costa) are numerous, and there are ...

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