Voi Meas Hotel

117, St 488, Phsar Deumthkove Quarter, Phnom Penh, 855, Cambodia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phnom Penh

Killing Fields & S21 Genocide Museum

A travel blog entry by lpringle


... soldiers of the regime as well as a brilliant summary of the events of Polpot's reign. We were shocked to learn that over a third of Cambodia's population were killed (3million ) and to see places in the ground where clothing, bones and teeth are still surfacing when it rains. Over 80 of the mass graves have been excavated so there are hundreds of skulls and bones of victims on show in the stupor, as well as examples of ...

Killing Fields and the Sickopotamus

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare


... are. It feels quite naughty to do this, but if we see a posh restaurant, we will choose it if it does western food. I am a massive fan of Asian food, but sometimes a girl needs a pizza (and we have had some horrendous attempts of western food in this quest), so we picked a fancy looking place and had some nice food and wine and got an early night. Tim went out, but I knew I couldn't face a day of learning about the travesties of Cambodia's past on a hangover (in fact, the only thing ...

From Russia with love xxx

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin


Today we are going with our Welsh companions who by a freaky co incidence are also called Sue and Anthony. Why a freaky coincidence I hear you ask, well we went white water rafting in Jakarta with Sue and Anthony from North Wales - hope you guys are ok ;) x. Let's hope this journey with Sue and Anthony from Merthyr is dryer! The way things are going we are expecting to meet a Sue and Anthony from Clydach on our travels ;). And ...

The Killing Fields

A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy


... their wifi to check our location. We were pretty close to the address the hostel claimed to be at, so went for another look. After walking the length of the street and not finding the hostel we decided to give it up as a bad idea and head back to our own hostel for much needed food and sleep.

The next morning, we got up early, and asked the English guy behind reception for the right directions to Alice's hostel and he sent us off in the right direction in ...


A travel blog entry by mattgottwald


... is that I happened to run into Neymar again! He also provided a bit of translation during the circus so that I actually knew what was going on (it made it much funnier!). We managed to rearrange football for the next night - I told a couple of the guys in the hostel and before I knew it there were more farang than locals! Still it made for a good evening, especially as my team won 11-2! I can't really take much credit for that though as football is still not exactly ...


This hotel, located on 117, St 488, Phsar Deumthkove Quarter, Phnom Penh, is near Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and NagaWorld Casino.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent