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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Cyclo Phnom Penh
Great hotel, however the stairs to our room and lack of windows let it down, although the rooftop Jacuzzi was a good bonus :)
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... all the lights and jump from the top deck into the water to swim with the plankton, this was the first time we'd all seen these little things glow in the water with our movements and we were all amazed by it. After this, seven hours had passed and it was time to head back to the main part of the island, what a great day; the things we'd done and seen and the company we all had made for a fantastic trip. I loved the nights on the island as much as the day as you just met up with ...
... of the river and all the goings on along the Promenade. Went for a walk/beer about 5.30pm. Lots of restaurants along the front and lots of single, non backer type, blokes in groups. After a beer or two we walked further up the front, turned left, and worked out why all these blokes were wandering around - little Bangkok - neon lights everywhere!! Ran away from there :)
Early night, tired after the big bus ...
... swept through the country. The war didn’t end until the early 1990s. Pol Pot died in 1998 and his second in command, Duch, was only sentenced for his war crimes in 2010. 2010! The Killing Fields are the place where the Khmer Rouge killed and buried thousands of people. Today it has been turned into a memorial and educational center. In total one third of Cambodians were brutally murdered and around 20,000 bodies remain at the killing fields. My ...
... sound like Bare Grills or anything but I've experienced my fair share of wandering through jungles and outback where snakes live and worked on plantations not unfamiliar with deadly typans, but that was in Australia, where admittedly you still die if too remote and the flying doctors can't reach you in time, but at least they have good treatment if you can get help in time right... this I thought is not somewhere you want to get bitten. After 50 mins of thigh ...
... is a very feeble attempt at a museum which is supported by pictures and drawings and not much else. There is no annotation for any of the pieces and therefore little is learned on visiting, especially if you come directly after a trip out to Choeung Ek. If you must go then I would strongly advise employing the services of the many guides there. While in Phnom Pehnn I ended up staying in Lovely Jubbly Hostel even though I was planning on ...