Phnom Pros Phnom Srey Hotel

Address: 22S Street 29, Phnom Penh, 12301, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 22S Street 29, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

Tuol Sleng - school turned torture prison

A travel blog entry by midge_david on Jul 23, 2015

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... cells with wooden doors and simple sliding bolts, 16 to a room, were separated by 2 by 2s to frustrate prisoner contact.
To enter a cell you need to turn sideways to squeeze in. Put your hands on your head and your arms out and your elbows meet the walls. Shorter people could just lie flat on the concrete floor.
The top floors remain large rooms with numbers painted around the walls. Here, prisoners lay in rows, head to toe, covering the entire floor, like sardines in a ...

Cambodia is a Story of Survival

A travel blog entry by erinanded on Jul 11, 2015

84 photos

... their skulls, stuck bayonets through their skulls or hearts, they kicked them, they beat them....they cut their ears off.  The took their skulls away.  They collected them.   They beat children to death against a tree near the grave where the women and children were tossed.  The skulls are white and brown and black.  They have aged.  They have cracks and holes and burns from their torture and their beating deaths.  The forensic ...

A day in the life

A travel blog entry by cazmar on May 28, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... ethics are a bit vague here in Cambodia. As I've said previously, it's a corrupt country where you need to supplement your government salary by other means. Policemen it's bribes, doctors it's through returning patients and commission. But no tax is paid here and there hasn't been a census since the 1960's. Education is free as its funded I think by Japan, but it's not compulsory to attend. People who've been here longer than the three weeks I have say change is happening, but ...

Plodding around Phnom Penh

A travel blog entry by dmcr38191 on May 03, 2015

1 photo

I was a boxing match widow for most of the morning and wandered the streets in the growing heat of the day. Was denied entry to the Royal Palace as I didn't have 'proper' long sleeves or long leggings, so decided to give it a miss. Was pleasant not having tutt-tutt drivers tooting every 5 minutes as the roads around the palace are closed on Sunday's. Got to see the ...

Ox Cart Man

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Mar 12, 2015

5 photos

... but beautiful ride past some rice fields to a hidden temple and monastery that is recognized by UNESCO for its preserved paintings.

We were blessed by one of the monks and then continued on our journey back to the ship and sailing back off into the sunset. I know I keep mentioning the food, but tonight’s meal was really interesting. With sautéed morning glory as a side dish and pineapple fritters for dessert, it had to be ...