Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh
Up and out early! Never a lie in! I just realised that I've only spoken French or broken English for two days! Everyone here calls me Madame and assumes I am French! The king of Cambodia still exists! He lives at the Royal Palace where we spent a couple of hours looking at vast quantities of solid gold ceremonial kit! During Pol Pots reign of …
Went from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh by road today - seemed a good idea when we booked it but am not too sure I’d do it again. The driver and guide were in a hurry to get there as they had to get back to Siem Reap the same day (even though we’d paid for them to stay the night in Phnom Penh) so we didn’t like to ask them to stop for …
We flew to Phnom Penh on the 8th... wow it was different to bangkok!
The taxi ride on the way to our hotel was mad! its like motorbike city! there must of been about 30 motorbikes coming at the taxi from all directions... no road rules at all haha!
We decided to go to the killing fields it was so sad! there are thousands of remaining …
We had been in two minds as to whether we should squeeze in a quick trip to Phnom Penh but decided, like visiting the War Remnants museum in Ho Chi Minh, that not getting context on the past would make our visit to Cambodia incomplete.
So made our way to Tuol Sleng, otherwise known as S21 or the Genocide Museum, shortly after we arrived in …
Today we catch the 18.35 flight to Singapore, and from there we head home.
But not until we have visited the market in the morning !! And yes, we did have fun, bargaining a bit, and got a few more souvenirs. Then a quick and cheap lunch, again our beloved noodles.
We also visited the largest and most luxurious (locally) …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool