Cardamom Hotel

Address: No. 69, Street 174, Sangkat Phsar Thmey III, Phnom Penh, 855, Cambodia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on No. 69, Street 174, Sangkat Phsar Thmey III, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, NagaWorld Casino, The Dive Shop Cambodia, and Bamboo Island.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cardamom Hotel Phnom Penh

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

Cambodia here we come!

A travel blog entry by cantrills on Nov 26, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

Jenny says

An early start got us to the Punters with Dave giving us an early aerobics demonstration by slipping on the grass and doing the splits, luckily no injuries! Pretty cruisy drive to the airport, some essential duty free shopping and then ready for take off. Singapore Airlines was great the service was excellent and had heaps of …

"Maybe I'm just jetlagged ..."

A travel blog entry by glampackers on Aug 15, 2014

... Asia - no more brushing teeth with bottled water! Other people we must mention: E from Israel, who is really just there to complete the minyan, but other than that Chabad is too boring for him. But that's ok, because he has many dollars in his pocket and unlike all of us he can do ANYTHING. Especially since he has the most expensive insurance Cambodia has to offer and is generally just an amazing person, as we discover when he gets up to tell a story with no moral. D ...

Cambodia - Phnom Penh

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jun 20, 2014

70 photos

... 17, 1975, the Khmer Rouge, a ruling party in Cambodia from 1975 to 1979 led by Pol Pot, set out to immediately revamp Cambodian society. Their first step was to rusticate the cities so that the urbanities, suspect for their regressive class background, could be reformed through hard labor. These reformed subjects could then contribute to the new agrarian economy focused primarily on massive increases in rice production. Thousands of people died during the evacuation. The ...

The Killing Fields

A travel blog entry by rmmcfall on Jun 19, 2014

6 photos

Our day yesterday started off well. A cheeky sleep-in, and a breakfast downstairs at our hostel. I ordered an omelette with bread, and an ice coffee with sweet milk (how the Khmers like it). The dinner-plate sized omelette came out with an entire loaf of French bread on the side. This feast cost me $2.50. It was as delicious as it sounds. After breakfast we joined some previously-made friends, and TukTukked our way out of the city toward Cheong Uk, ...

Phnom Penh

A travel blog entry by jmess90 on May 11, 2014

... had a little walk around the area but we were all so tired after long journeys that we headed back for some chill time. That eve i headed to the night market where they have people singing on a stage in the centre and lots of Asian clothing around the side - not really much for tourists but i got some cheap food which filled a hole :)

The next morning a group of 6 of us headed out to the S-21 Museum and Killing Fields. We tried ...