Mittapheap Hotel

Address: 262, Monivong Blvd, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 262, Monivong Blvd, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Bamboo Island, The Dive Shop Cambodia, and NagaWorld Casino.
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      Farewell Vietnam

      A travel blog entry by tezandcath on Jan 08, 2015

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      ... a bit like very old Queenslanders built on stilts to get the breeze and also to avoid the annual floods. Unlike Qld, however, the floods are a necessary evil as they provide the silt for the farm crops. We went into a local home, probably the best one on the island. It had cost $10000 to build and was owned by an ex Viet Cong soldier. These are the people who appear to be relatively well off as they are paid by the govt. ...

      Cambodia #2

      A travel blog entry by kauna on Nov 11, 2014

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      ... of what basically amounts to a giant greenhouse had to be expensive. She makes the long trek to Takmao twice a week to cut the flowers and take them back to the store. Camko City and Takmao are on opposite sides of Phnom Penh, and the commute between the store and the farm is one hour each way. And this flower her side project. She actually has a 9 to 5 job on top of all that. While in Takmao we visited her brother Seila's house. Seila wasn't home, he ...

      "You want Tuk-tuk?!"

      A travel blog entry by on Sep 14, 2014

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      ... every key they had in the entire hostel before resorting to Calling a lock smith to come and break down the door (figuratively of course). Absolutely everywhere we walked today, we had a million men asking us: "you want tuk-tuk!?" Or just "tuk-tuk!?". It's a so annoying, if I wanted a taxi or transportation then I will approach to you. Walking along the side of the road or through the park gives off no hints that I want a taxi. Please please please ...

      Phnom Penhing it

      A travel blog entry by glampackers on Aug 17, 2014

      ... appearing in public even once. The Killing Fields served as a place of pure genocide, where innocent people who had been forced to confess to non - existent crimes where murdered in cold blood and buried in mass graves. Today the field at Cheung Ke is a silent memorial to the 3 million victims of the Red Khmer. How lightly do we use the term "never again" even though it still occurs ... Sorrow and ...

      My heart melted.

      A travel blog entry by amkang on Jul 23, 2014

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      ... I was determined to make sure that my time with them will benefit each and every one of them to some degree. One kid in particular almost made me teary when she asked whether I knew Jesus. Little bit taken aback I said, 'yes, I am Christian'. The child beamed and wrote this sentence in her notebook for me to read, it said: God bless you and your family. This kid has already changed my life so much. Thank ...