InterContinental Phnom Penh
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Phnom Penh
The staff has been so friendly and very accommodating. The rooms at very nice and the pool is amazing.
We made a new friend already from the Chicago area. Austin was in the same flight from Seoul and checked in at the same time. We started chatting with him in the club lounge over breakfast. He is here in on business for the week selling pipes and fittings.
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... s just an unreal experience. Mum - you gotta sort your belly out and get over here, dad would be in his oils with the history oozing out of this country! :) After the killing fields I sort of realised that every person over the age of 40 have been through this. Every person I looked at I wondered what they had been through, the farming and the slavery work they were put through. Because nobody escaped it, everyone in the country was effected by Pol Pot's ...
Our next stop was Phenom Penh,the capital of Cambodia. It is a busy city with lots of history. We visited the Royal palace and some memorials. Back in the seventies the city was taken over by the Khmer Rouge which took power in Cambodia from 1975 to 1979. The leader Pol Pot studied in Paris and came back to start a communist revolution which was supported by China. They forced hundreds of thousands of people to do forced labor. They ...
... see many fruits that we have never seen before.
We stop and buy half a kilo of fresh kampot pepper.
The restaurants buy from this lady.
The fresh flowers here are amazingly gorgeous.
We move on now as Davy has to go to set up for a night at the night markets to sell her flowers.
When I booked her, the night markets were Frid, sat and sun but they changed it since for this month and next month to 5 nights so she now has to go to ...
... the years with all the rains, and the Cambodians have created a very respectful and moving memorial to the atrocities that went on here.
Nearly all the visitors choose to walk around the site listening to the audio guide via head phones. The commentary is excellent, using former prison guards and victims' personal stories to describe the events that happened here. But mostly, the headphones makes for a silent visit, everyone able ...
... fiancé was a little bit jealous of me as I have always been an important person in her life, however when she showed up with $240 USD and told him it was a wedding present, he did a complete 180 and was willing to roll out the red carpet for me anywhere I went. I had three full days in Siem Reap after that and we kept busy. Salorm's brother Tom was with us most of the time, I think that made her fiancé feel better. LOL. The big news the first day was the ...