New York Hotel

Address: 256 Monivong Boulevard, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 256 Monivong Boulevard, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, The Dive Shop Cambodia, NagaWorld Casino, and Bamboo Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Kampot .. Not Just a day at the Beach: UPDATE ERIN

    A travel blog entry by erinanded on Jul 18, 2015

    94 photos

    ... that the caves are just over and down the mountain.." Just 300 steps easy peasey." I should mention that Erin is nursing a pretty good chest cold and is clearly not 100%. We proceed slowly.."one by one no problem". Our guide is 13 years old working during his school break. We stop at a "vista point" to get a picture overlooking the farms below. Our guide tells us the skinny cows we've observed are for milk and that each farmer has two or three. Another 5 minutes and we ...

    Cambodia - first impressions

    A travel blog entry by cazmar on May 11, 2015

    2 photos

    ... s denial of it all and that Pol Pot still held a seat in the UN as long as 10 years after he was removed from power by Vietnam. There is near silence as you walk around Choeung Ek and it is now just a field with very few of the buildings left. With the blue sky, grass, flowers and trees it is as pretty as any other meadow, but there are the mass graves and bits of clothing of the victims and sometimes bits of bones. It ...

    An Eye Opener into the Cambodian Genocide

    A travel blog entry by kezwill15 on Apr 22, 2015

    4 photos

    We eventually arrived after gruelling bus ride, waking half way through the night thinking we were goners! Irrational breaking and craters in the road springs to mind. After getting off the bus of horror we found ourselves approached by another relentless tuk tuk driver offering his services for the day. In Phnom Penh it was common for tourist to hire a driver for the day and explore all the main attractions. Here this man was trying to claim "my English is best and special ...

    Could, would, should... DID! :)

    A travel blog entry by carien.vree on Mar 15, 2015

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... eventually made it to the closing gate last minute. Although I was sure I wouldn't make it.

    16.21 I zigzagged through the plane receiving many annoyed looks. I was dizzy and in total distress. It took over an hour to become at ease. But, I made it! :)

    At the airport Sam, the project coordinator picked my up in a tuk tuk and took me to the guesthouse where I have a lovely room and enjoyed a lovely dinner outside, Tom Yam Soup.

    We took ...

    Getting around Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by womblekisses on Feb 16, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... people get around, it is as if children are born with the knowledge, although apparently the vast majority never get round to getting an official licence. Tuk tuks are for tourists (and some locals of course), taxis are good if you want to breathe and buses for longer journeys so long as safety isn't too much of an issue.

    Now we're in a very wet Sarawak (Santubong, coastal). Apparently it's the monsoon season, (didn't do ...