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TripAdvisor Reviews Khmeroyal Hotel Phnom Penh
Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... bed as it is a bottom bunk but he just curled up the wrong way on his bed so I put a pillow under him and he was asleep within seconds! So I finally get in Sophs bed and go to sleep when we've stopped giggling.. It's now almost 5am! So much for an early night! Everyone finally gets up and has breakfast around 9:30am, After Charlotte has been sick again and Ollie is hanging! We arranged two tuk tuk's to pick us up but 4 turned up as someone else in our group had also ...
... all directions for at least half of the journey. Once we arrived, we each paid the entry fee of $6 and were given an audio guide. There were 18 main stops around the fields which all had accompanying audio tracks. As we made our way around the site we listened to the most horrific facts and accounts of what happened right where we were standing. The Killing Fields was where people in the Khmer Rouge (the communist government under Pol Pot) brutally ...
... 233;e du génocide du peuple khmer. Quand Pol Pot a pris le pouvoir en 1975, les terres rurales appartenaient à de grand propriétaires terriens qui faisaient travailler leurs terres par des travailleurs endettés a vie pour de petits salaires de crève-faim . Ainsi l'arrivée de Pol Pot qui promettait une réforme agraire fut bien accueillie par les petits travailleeurs terriens. Mais aussitôt au pouvoir, ...
... us after wards for a cheap price so we agreed, i mean he had tried everything so he did sort of deserve it plus an Israeli girl wanted in on it which made it cheaper for us so that was bonus.
After a very bumpy 40 min Tuk Tuk ride we arrived at the Killing Fields. Only $7 entry which included a audio tour which was brilliant. Now i had no idea really about the history of this place, what the killing fields represented but this was truly an eye opening experience. ...
... 8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">"Better to arrest ten innocent people by mistake than free a single guilty party."
The sign on the brightly decorated tree was close enough to read. The significance of the shallow pit next ...