Le Leela Hotel

22 Monivong Blvd (93), Phnom Penh, 10010, Cambodia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 22 Monivong Blvd (93), Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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    Cambodia - Phnom Penh

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

    70 photos

    ... and we got ripped off. We ended up paying USD 20 but the standard price was USD 15 or maybe even less. We departed again at 8.15, picked our visa at the Embassy of China, had breakfast in a minimarket at the gas station, and to the killing fields (Choeung Ek) which used to serve as a Chinese graveyard until 1975.

    At the main gate we were asked to pay the entry fee which was surprisingly low – only USD 6 per person including the audio guide. It seems that ...

    Battambang/Phnom phem

    A travel blog entry by ainsleyvigor on Jun 19, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    Yesterday morning we had a wander around Battambang town and stopped off for a coffee. In the afternoon we had arranged a tuk tuk tour to a winery, a temple and also the killing caves. The driver picked us up at 12.30 and set of to the winery. We had a look at the small vineyard but there where no grapes growing so we sat at a table to taste some wine. We where given a glass of grape juice and also ginger juice and a spalsh of red wine. No one sat down ...

    C is for Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by rmmcfall on Jun 18, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to try, we hopped in and enjoyed the ride. The chaos of the streets is exhilaration & wonder, always tangled but never knotted. I'm fascinated by the creativity of the Khmer transport. Wheelchair-like seats on the front bicycles & carts on motorbikes, and equally impressed with their uses. Families piled on small street bikes, many drivers texting while navigating through oncoming traffic. Anyways... We decided to trust the driver's recommendation, ...

    The Killing fields

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on May 15, 2014

    8 photos

    ... and torture in the country. Between 1975-1979 almost 20,000 people were held at S21 and either died here or were taken to the killing fields of Choeung Ek to die. S21 has since been turned into the Tuol Sleng museum. The Khmer Rouge were meticulous in keeping records of their barbarism. Each prisoner was photographed and the museum includes room after room of harrowing black and white photographs. All the men women and children who came to S21 have their photos on ...

    It is hard to be good

    A travel blog entry by lawslo on Apr 11, 2014

    11 photos

    ... the environment or animals, but we ran into a lot of controversy over which projects were actually helping vs capitalizing on the animals. We finally settled for a project where you visit and either volunteer or just pay to walk alongside rescued elephants and their keepers called the Elephant Valley Project. It looked like it had all the right qualifications and pretty good press.

    Think again- gradually, piece by ...