Sinh Tourist Hotel

No. 106-108, Street 230, Phnom Penh, 12159 , Cambodia | Inn
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This inn, located on No. 106-108, Street 230, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and Bamboo Island.
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

Pleasant Detour

A travel blog entry by darlingandres on Jun 03, 2014

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... We paid $18USD a night and it came with breakfast. The room was okay but felt like a basement apartment. Low cieling specially in the shower where I had to slouch to use it.

Aside from the visas we did some small day trips. We visited the killing fields where hundreds of bodies were killed and buried during the ime of Pol Pot. We saw Tuol Sleng Museum which was an old school turned in to a prison. From ...

Just Another Saturday

A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant on May 17, 2014

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... close to her bedtime. I left the coffee shop thinking I would ride home, but no! All of the tuktuks across the street were empty of their drivers and not a moto in sight! So I began walking. About halfway to the apartment I was walking along the river when one of the guys there tried to get me to go on a river cruise. I politely declined so being a persistent businessman, he asked if I wanted a moto ride. I almost said no but I was so bloody hot that I said ...

The Khmer Regeime..

A travel blog entry by anna2238 on May 16, 2014

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... in school because many of the leaders of the Khmer Regieme are still leaders in the new government! Which makes you feel sick and angry and we asked him why would you let these people remain in charge of your country after what they did to your people?! His reply.. If we don't forgive and try to have peace, the war will continue. After the invasion of the Vietnamese, Pol Pot and his army fled to the hills. All of the leaders were tried with war crimes ...

Poo-nom Penh (see what I did there)

A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers on Apr 14, 2014

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... of gluten (I give it five minutes before I am nose deep in a granary tin loaf) I ordered some at a tried and tested restaurant only to bite into a clump of mint surrounded by mounds of rice papery goo. I actually gagged! I couldn't bring myself to look at them let alone finish them (now you know it's serious) I have been unable to bring myself to eat them again. The second bad food experience came in the form of a truly aweful curry. We all agreed it was awful. ...

A sad pleasure

A travel blog entry by paulinasia on Apr 05, 2014

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... literally brought to tears and if all I did in this trip was to visit here it would have been well worth the journey. If you planning to visit this area of SE Asia in the near future, make Phnom Penh and the killing fields site a must-see.
After such an emotional experience we went for (another) wonderful Indian meal and had an early night in preparation for a 7 am bus to Seam Reap (set alarm for 5:30 ...