Emerald Morakat Hotel

Address: No 33, Street 107 (Sok Hok), Phnom Penh, 12151, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No 33, Street 107 (Sok Hok), Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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      Three Million Victims Needing to be Heard

      A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Apr 09, 2015

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... of the Khmer Rouge finally saw justice, over 35 years after their almost four year reign ended. Many members however never did see justice, and many never will. I understand it is an incredibly complicated situation, but how can it be that the people responsible for one of the biggest atrocities in modern history were allowed to walk free until 2007 and only found guilty in 2014. I guess that's something I will never understand. It was a long, and emotionally draining day, but ...

      Images of History and the Future -part two

      A travel blog entry by matttravels on Mar 18, 2015

      23 photos

      ... highest is Rwanda). Many apparently do really good wirk, but there are strong arguments for them to shift to more market-based activity.)

      Some of the other photos in this collection are yet more market ones, as well as a few people shots. Each one had a story, but I'll let you make up your own.

      After this, it is off to Vietnam...and Ho Chi Minh City, with 10 million inhabitants and 8 million ...

      A Harrowing History Lesson

      A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Feb 18, 2015

      7 photos

      ... generation makes it seem so much more unimaginable. Again... Why weren't we taught about this at school?!

      Our emotional journey continued to the Tuol Sleng Museum. Previously a High school, Tuol Sleng was taken over in 1975 and transformed into Security Prison 21 (S-21). Classrooms were transformed into torture chambers and narrow cells erected within the buildings.

      Rows upon rows of photographs of men, women and children taken by ...

      Chapter 27 - The Killing Fields

      A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Feb 12, 2015

      2 comments, 34 photos

      ... Saharan and darker than their neighbors. I thought the change would be gradual so I was quite surprised. It was also a lot drier and it was a lot more dusty. Rubbish was everywhere, chucked to the side with no thought of the environment. I had seen this in China but it was a shock coming from Vietnam as Vietnam was genuinely a lot cleaner.

      Anyhow, it took another 2 1/2 hours before our next stop. This part of the journey dragged. The surrounding scenery looked just ...

      A Somber Walk Through a Dark Past

      A travel blog entry by melisa_vazquez on Jan 12, 2015

      37 photos

      ... black and white mug shots of prisoners, which included children. Some faces showed resignation, others an incongruent calmness, but many gave away pure horror. Once a prisoner confessed, they were sent to a killing field for execution. Bullets were not used, primarily because they were considered too expensive, but I got the impression that the practice was consistent with the idea of returning to a rudimentary lifestyle. Machetes and knives were used, but surprisingly, so were ...