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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Khmeroyal Hotel Phnom Penh
Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... riel. I have barely handled riel here with the exception of receiving change back in riel. Cambodians use the dollar for everything because it is hard currency. A meal out is rarely over $3 (: I'm afraid I will be ruined forever by the incredibly cheap prices here...
While the currency has been convenient, Cambodia operates on an intuitive, no-system system. On my first day I tried to take a walk around the block and nearly got run ...
... riverside and later hiding from the rain!!
We headed out for a nice meal later and had a toast to Cambodia as its our last night here!
We've both enjoyed Cambodia but we are now eagerly awaiting our arrival to Vietnam..........it has been the place we have looked forward to most so let's hope it can live up to hype!! ...
... yoghurt and muesli with a cappuccino which was good! We got two tuk tuk's to the Himawari Hotel and paid $7 for the gym and pool for the afternoon. Everyone went to the gym but me and soph made good use of the 25 meter pool whilst the sun was out and did some lengths! Over the afternoon I ended up doing 53 which is probably the furthest I've ever swam despite having half hour breaks but I haven't exercised for 3 months so it's allowed lol! It was so nice to just relax ...
... we didn't know what we wanted to do yet, very disorientated and tired we asked him to take us to the hotel and we would decide later. We weren't able to check into our hotel till 10 which was still a really good check in time. In the mean time we went to the roof top pool and had a couple of hours sleep on the sun lounges. Once we were checked in we showered and got ready for our day of touring. We decided to hire a guy recommended by the hotel who agreed to take us for breakfast ...
... it into a prison for the educated people before they were taken to the Killing Fields some 15 kms outside the City which we also visited. Is so difficult to realise this atrocity was happening when Steven and Mark were born.
Have our last day here tomorrow so we plan to ride a tuk tuk to the Mekong River which is sacred to the Buddhists similar to the Hindus with the Ganges.