Princess Hotel Phnom Penh

Address: 302 Street 228 Monivong Blvd, Khan Doun Penh, Phnom Penh, 12211, Cambodia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 302 Street 228 Monivong Blvd, Khan Doun Penh, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, The Dive Shop Cambodia, Bamboo Island, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Phnom Penh - Sightseeing

    A travel blog entry by logiburtn on Mar 29, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    This morning we were picked up at 8.30 by our Tuk Tuk driver. No breakfast was included in our hotel but we had stopped at a mini mart last night to pick up some food and drink. This was going to be a tough day. For this I will just stick to the facts. Our first stop was the S21 Prison, Tuol Sleng. This was were the Kmer Rouge setup a prison and torque centre for the prisoners of the country, mostly Cambodians. We entered the complex and it consisted of four buildings. ...

    Back to Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by cedarposte on Mar 23, 2015

    2 comments, 44 photos

    ... ice. Very yummy.

    Still looking for some insects!! to try. Have seen some weird dried and funny shaped fried meats, but not so willing to try little bodies of baby chickens!!

    Next day, Hillary scheduled us in for a Khmer cooking class at "Khmere Table" Lynda and I were in our element. I am missing my kitchen and cooking , so this gave me a temporary fix!!. We learned about some of the spices and herbs ...

    Very sombre trip

    A travel blog entry by laney182 on Feb 22, 2015

    ... your at and it tells you information or even stories of survivors. It's a very surreal place while listen to the player. The mass graves and areas still have teeth and bone surfacing to this day. The worse thing I saw was the "killing tree" which soilders used to kill children by smashing their heads into it or actually picking them up and swinging them into it. Was a very grim but informative place to visit. As you first ...

    Chapter 27 - The Killing Fields

    A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Feb 12, 2015

    2 comments, 34 photos

    ... camps were set up, the most famous being Choeung Ek now known as the killing fields and is a must see for anyone travelling through Cambodia. on the bus to Phnom Penh, a really obnoxious and rude American man kept saying to me "Why do you want to go there for, it is depressing and a complete bore, there are much better things to see" which really angered me and fueled my desire to visit even more.

    To get there (and the Tuol Sleng prision) it cost $17 (between us) ...

    Dude....where's my flip flops?

    A travel blog entry by lou-and-ian on Feb 05, 2015

    3 photos

    ... or so into our journey, Ian picked an email up from the hotel to say that they had found my flip flops and asked us where we were so that they could return them to us. We replied but didn't hold out much hope in getting them back seeing as though we would be so far away.

    On arriving in Phnom Penh we headed to the esplanade and walked along the Tonle Sap river (which leads out to the Mekong) and watched a beautiful sunset.