Walkabout Hotel

Address: Corner of Street 51 and 174 , Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Corner of Street 51 and 174 , Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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      Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

      Day 17 & 18

      A travel blog entry by rileyandmolly on Oct 30, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... to the genocide museum which is in the remnants of a school that the Khmer Rouge turned into the s21 prison. Here they tortured prisoners until they got a confession for crimes that the state itself had made up. They still have the individual and communal cells that they tortured and kept people in. The Khmer Rouge took very good records of who they killed and tortured so the main exhibit in the museum is boards upon boards of mugshots of those who were detained at the prison. ...

      Killing fields, Genocidal Museum and night out.

      A travel blog entry by scottyw on Oct 12, 2014

      6 photos

      ... missing. All skulls and remains are conserved in the monument. 11000 more in mass graves in the river. S-21 prison (genocidal museum - the high school where people were tortured for info) was insightfully shocking. I saw the torture cells, the methods, photographs of dead people and all the prisoners here and artist creations of how they used the weapons to torture people for information on their family locations. This happened for about ...

      City of slums

      A travel blog entry by bernh on Sep 10, 2014

      32 photos

      ... the slum while Linda and I go visiting. There is only part of the slum we can go into as the planks above the water that lead to the houses are so unstable and you can only step on certain boards and you cant put your hand out to steady yourself or you will cut it on the rusty sheets of iron they are built with. I cant say I am enjoying this. Linda takes me to meet the mothers and babies that the brat programme are already helping at this slum. I can recognise some ...

      First days in Cambodia

      A travel blog entry by natsully on Aug 22, 2014

      1 photo

      ... sunset (due to the weather). The rice wine with tarantulas was a unique way to finish the evening off ;)

      Some of the Pol Pot sayings really got me. “To keep you is no gain. To lose you is no loss” “Better to kill an innocent by mistake than to spare an enemy by mistake” “To dig up the grass, one must remove the roots” (which means they would kill the children as ...

      Origins

      A travel blog entry by louis.lim3 on Aug 06, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... on arrival. Luckily, a fellow Cambodian man came overheard of my situation and went completely out of his way to help me out. His name (ironically) was Tony and he was probably one of the nicest strangers I've ever met. He paid for both my bus ticket and visa until we would reach Phnom Penh, where I would get him back. Tony was a tour guide, frequently doing work in Vietnam, so he knew Vietnamese, Khmer, and English. It was a long 6-hr bus ride and I was fortunate to get ...