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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

Cambodian Ponderings

A travel blog entry by melnbruce


... Their voices are PIERCING! Wouldn’t want to be married to them! Haha.

I love this one. It is very common here to see ladies wearing full length flannel pyjamas, at ANY time of the day. It’s hilarious! They ride around on scooters, sell from their shops, go through the markets etc. It must be a fashion statement too as they’re usually very bright, such as orange, light blue and green. Plus they ...


A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant


... the rain pour down. I got caught in the rain one evening last week on my way to Limoncello. I had my umbrella which kept my bag dry but from my thighs down I was pretty much soaked. Of course some of the streets were like rivers. Today I watch the rain pour down the awnings of all the street side businesses, including Noodle House. The rain has all but ended. It began slowly, picked up steam, then ...

Cambodia's Capital and a Dark History

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn


... in the countryside. The Khmer Rouge believed in communism, hated city people, and killed anyone who was educated or a professional. They completely shut down the schools in Cambodia for years. One of those schools in Phnom Penh was converted into a prison, known as S21 where innocent people were held, interrogated, and tortured before being killed. We visited the prison and walked through it. We learned of the incredible suffering of ...

Phnom Penh

A travel blog entry by sammy_moore


... were used to drown out the high pitched screams of the dying. We had an audio guide during our visit which narrated the account of a young boy imprisoned and awaiting his fate. It described how every day one by one they had to beg the guards for forgiveness, making up a story where they did something wrong and if you ran out of stories you were carted off to the execution site. This young boy was saved by the selfless act of an older man who pleaded with the guards to ...

En route to phnom penh

A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock

... cringey then the next film; robocroc. Thats right croc. A terrible robot crocodile was killing off swimmers in an amusement park one by one (it did have the guy from boyzone in which made it even funnier) the tvs entertainment was rounded off by blues greatest hits album, sparking a singalong. This prompted a debate of the best boy/ girl band off all time (I was in s club 7s corner ...


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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