NagaWorld Hotel & Entertainment Complex
Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
... that hundreds of thousands of Khmer civilians could have only prayed for the same opportunity in the late 1970s. Depressing as it was, it was an eye-opening and important place to experience while in Cambodia, and I understand why the organization makes a point of bringing the volunteers to see it. I highly recommend a visit to anyone traveling to Phnom Penh in the future.
On a far happier note, that night we had a delicious Khmer dinner at a local restaurant ...
... full of skulls and bones. Eagerly anticipating a cheesy doctoral about the events that happened from 1973 onwards. The recorded male voice on the dictaphone was serene and a little melancholic as he started explaining the small notice boards numbered around the entrance. As he was speaking I felt a wave of nausea and discomfort as he explained how truckloads of Cambodians where loaded off and executed the same night after signing registers and false confessions. A ...
... a chain pizza place and then Dairy Queen for desseert. This was the first time we went to american chain type restaurants on our trip. I must admit I really enjoyed it. For dinner we got a medium pan pizza with pepperoni and chicken wings as an appetizer. Plus we had 2 large cokes. It was delicious. Plus the restaurant was ice cold, the staff was very nice, and it had a view of the river! To top it off we went ...
... murdered. This location was very disturbing and extremely sad. I got my tuk tuk driver to drive me back into town. I went for a wander around the streets and ended up at the markets. Passed a Kentucky Fried Chicken shop, went in to see how the food differed from the Australian version. You can see the example, it was pretty horrible. Not surprisingly there were very few people in the KFC shop. Strolled around the markets, both food and clothing. I was amused by these ...
... held here were then brutality murdered at the nearby 'Killing Fields' of Choeung Ek. The guards at S-21 and throughout the country under the regime were very meticulous about keeping records of all the prisoners. They took photos of each prisoner before and after torture and now the rooms of this old school are filled with lines and lines of their black and white portraits. During torture each prisoner was forced to confess the 'crimes' they had committed against the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service