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Address: A 62 Eo, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on A 62 Eo, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

Kampang Tralach to Phnom Penh

A travel blog entry by tranmereduo on Feb 26, 2015

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This morning, we had an ox cart ride. This lasted for around 20 minutes. I sat directly behind the driver (but facing the other way) and Caroline sat between my legs. It was a relatively pleasant way of been taken a few kilometres as we could more ...

Phnom Phnom Phnom

A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Feb 14, 2015

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We started our first morning in Phnom Penh with an epic breakfast downstairs in the hostel. Becky had cheese and beans on toast, obviously, and I opted for the classically American pancake, bacon and egg combo, which was nothing short of awesome. Small, our tuk tuk driver from yesterday arrived at 10am to take us to, what he called, Menkong island. A little bit of research on my part (and a handful of signs once we were on the island) informed us that it was in fact Koh Dach ...

Cambodian interlude

A travel blog entry by jandkross on Jan 29, 2015

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... was a little hair-raising and the dust and fumes were rather unpleasant at times but we arrived in one piece.

The prisoners from Tuol Sleng were transported to Choeung Ek at night by truck, executed and piled into open graves. Generators lit up the site and loud patriotic music played to cover the sounds of the screams. Whilst there is not a lot to see today, the mass graves are marked and in many places you can see pieces of bone and clothing which still work their ...

A Somber Walk Through a Dark Past

A travel blog entry by melisa_vazquez on Jan 12, 2015

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... my day more or less flying by the seat of my pants, deciding on a rough morning itinerary at the last minute. I walked to the National Museum, passing by the eclectic street activities of Phnom Penh. By now, I was an expert in jay walking through traffic, even on a wide road equivalent to four lanes (remember, no road markings!). It's actually really easy to cross the road without pedestrian crossings (rare as hens' teeth). For starters, no vehicle seems to drive over 50 or 60 km/h ...

The Community Project - NHCC Orphanage

A travel blog entry by tinternwc2 on Dec 16, 2014

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... running games and clapping games were commonly used, games of soccer with the older kids were played at night. We all grew even closer with each other during these 5 days really enjoyed each others company and the kids company. Many of us were grew attached to the kids by the end and that made it quite hard for us to leave and say the goodbyes. All of them with such different personalities and wanting to always do different things was hard but the hardest ...