Kambuja Inn

Address: 8-10 Street 174, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8-10 Street 174, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsKambuja Inn Phnom Penh

      Reviewed by martinitravels

      Kambuya hotel

      Reviewed Nov 17, 2013
      by (24 reviews) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

      Met balzalen van kamers!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by g3eee

      A Comfy Stay

      Reviewed Dec 30, 2012
      by (14 reviews) Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia Flag of Malaysia

      Love the subtle decor! It's tucked in a quiet corner off the main street within the city centre. The standard room comes with attached bathroom and a balcony. Well-kept, clean and peaceful atmosphere. Oh and try the pancakes for breakfast - they're really good!

      The balcony
      Phnom Penh, Cambodia
      A comfy stay
      Phnom Penh, Cambodia

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Kambuja Inn Phnom Penh

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

      A Harrowing History Lesson

      A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Feb 18, 2015

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      ... br>

      In total it is estimated that between 1.7m and 2.5m people died at the hands of the Khmer Rouge - a quarter of Cambodia's population at the time. And to think that this was only 40 years ago that the Khmer Rouge (who had a presence on the UN's council) managed to dupe the UN and the world into believing that there were no atrocities happening in their country makes you think ...

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      A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Feb 14, 2015

      11 photos

      ... the beach where I had regrettably taken off my shoes and found myself with a serious case of burnt foot. Once at the river's edge, a couple of ladies hefted a bamboo hut from the sand and lumbered it out and plonked it in the water so that the platform was just above the water level. Small and his little girl waded out to the platform where the ladies were now rolling out a mat, and they jumped on up. By the time I'd got out there (making sure that my phone and money weren't going ...

      Cambodian History.... tough day.

      A travel blog entry by high5 on Dec 15, 2014

      ... for those who have been to Asia!


      Today we had planned to get some breakfast and find a tuk tuk driver to take us to S-21 Prison and Killing Fields.

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      Cambodia #4 - Siem Reap

      A travel blog entry by kauna on Nov 17, 2014

      3 comments, 35 photos

      ... pictures of Angkor Wat using the Ponds reflection, we then headed out to find our driver. We then headed to the Ancient City of Angkor Thom with the star attraction being The Bayon temple. On it's own The Bayon would be one of the most amazing temples on Earth, but because it sits just five minutes away from Angkor Wat, it pales a little bit in comparison. From a distance the Bayon looks like a pile of rubble, it's when you get inside that the magic starts. It consists ...

      'The Killing Fields of Cambodia'.

      A travel blog entry by aley48 on Oct 21, 2014

      4 comments, 26 photos

      ... disabled people, and the ethnic Chinese, Laotians and Vietnamese. Some were put in the S-21 camp for interrogation involving torture in cases where a confession was useful to the government. Many others were summarily executed.

      The Khmer Rouge systematically destroyed food sources that could not be easily subjected to centralized storage and control, cut down fruit trees, forbade fishing, outlawed the planting or harvest of mountain leap ...

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      A comfy stay
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