The Kabiki

Address: 22, Street 264, Phnom Penh, 1000, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 22, Street 264, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, The Dive Shop Cambodia, NagaWorld Casino, and Bamboo Island.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Kabiki Phnom Penh

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

    Zeitgeschichte und Kultur in Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by hasch on Dec 06, 2014

    4 comments, 15 photos

    Nach dem üblichen Pool- und Frühstücksritual tuktuken wir zum Tuol Sleng Genozid Museum
    Das ist das ehemalige Gefängnis S-21 der Roten Khmer und dient der Erinnerung an die dort begangenen Verbrechen. Das Wüten der Roten Khmer ist wirklich unbeschreiblich: innerhalb von 4 Jahren wurde ein Viertel der Bevölkerung ermordet. Hier wurde eine Schule …

    Taxifahrt nach Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by hasch on Dec 05, 2014

    8 photos

    Um 8:45 beginnen wir nach der üblichen Darmentlüftung den Tag mit Freitagsport im Swimmingpool.Es folgt das karge Frühstück: Butter, Pineapple Marmelade, Bananen Marmelade, lemon curd, Honig, Kuchen, Omelette und Baguette. Nach penibler Morgentoilette verlassen wir die Suite blitzblank.
    Wir holen noch die Wäsche aus der Laundry. Die statt …

    Phnom Penh

    A travel blog entry by joshandjenn on Jun 04, 2015

    8 photos

    ... was going to be a challenge! We stop for a snack and some water in the cool of a restaurant. Somehow we drag it out for over an hour. A short walk down the Mekong is the Royal Palace. An amazing building but it just seems out of place amongst all of the poverty we can see around us. We can't sit down without being asked to buy something or to give someone money. It's almost as sad to see as the killing fields. We managed to waste plenty more time going to various bars ...

    Reunited with Mish & Dez!!! 26/2/15-2/3/15

    A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Feb 26, 2015

    1 comment, 48 photos

    ... them back to the hotel and as they were knackered after 2 days of travelling, they had a beer with us then got straight off to sleep. The next morning we were going to have a chilled one if they were jet lagged but they were up pretty early and feeling ok so we headed out into Phnom Penh with our trusty tut tut driver, Mr Boner! We headed to S-21 which was once a school but was then used by the Khmer Rouge as a prison. 17,000 people went into the prison ...

    A mixture of emotions....

    A travel blog entry by davesorisi on Feb 09, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... my comprehension. How a humanbeing could inflict this on anyone especially an infant or baby is unimaginable.

    Bullets where considered to expensive so usually hammers, hoes, bamboo sticks or any other blunt object was used to bludgeon the victims to death, which is evidence in the damage and fractures caused to bones and skulls that were found.

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