Scandinavia Hotel

4, Street 282 , Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

Holiday in Cambodia

A travel blog entry by butterfills


We arrived back into Phnom Penh after another seven hour journey by taxi, over bumpy red dust roads, passing trucks, motorbikes and bicycles overloaded with goods, produce and people hanging on for dear life along the way. One poor girl had so many bags of fruit and vegetables balanced on her scooter that she had toppled over and couldn't get up …

Itchy feet don't scratch themselves.

A travel blog entry by lenny_v

... chat with one of my dear friends and he proposed the idea of starting a blog, you know, just good ol' fashioned travel-blog.This idea, I found to be quite appealing.

Now, I don't consider myself much of a writer of any sort. The idea of starting a journal, jotting down my personal experiences and sharing it with the rest of the world never occurred to me. But then again, never did I think I would pack a bag and catch a flight to a foreign country, thousands ...

Phnom Penh

A travel blog entry by kaybee


I quite liked Phnom Penh, thats why I also stayed a bit longer than intended. Its a pretty relaxed city with nice rooftop cafes and bars. Its charm is the mixture of a south east asian medium sized capital with european influence (due to the french). Besides exploring the city on foot and by tuk tuk, I went to the two main historic sites. The S21 museum and the Killing Fields. Probably the most sad and depressing moments of my entire trip. To ...

Ep. 10 Phnom Penh, what's not to like?

A travel blog entry by itsthejourney


The last stop on the Laos part of the trip was (we thought sounded pretty damn appealing) the 4000 Islands. Basically in the dry season when the Mekong Rivers level drops, 4000 sand/silt islands are formed in an area just north of the Lao/Cambodia border, the majority are there year round. All sounds very nice. They might as well be called the 4 million bugs. Let's just say it was humid, sticky, hot ...

Phnom Penh. The killing fields

A travel blog entry by brettandemma


... during rain season the ground is washed a round that bones, teeth and clothing still comes to the surface, with actual clothing stuck within roots of trees and bones still visible on the ground! The main memorial is full of the bones and skulls that was found in the killing fields piled up in a huge glass cabinet. Very interesting but very, very sad and moving. We then went to S21 prison which was a school but used as a torture prison during Pol Pots ...


This hotel, located on 4, Street 282 , Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Bamboo Island, The Dive Shop Cambodia, and NagaWorld Casino.
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