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Tuol Sleng & Choeung Ek Killing Fields

Few things that deeply struck me during the whole trip to Cambodia - the warmth of the locals, the splendid architecture of the city (both age old and modern) and - especially so - its chilling, not-too-distant history during the Khmer Rouge era which the...

Sisowath Quay

A blend of French-styled buildings and local Khmer-styled architecture, with tourist traps right next to locals going on with their lives, the walk along the vibrant Sisowath Quay was an enjoyable one.   Phnom Penh, Cambodia Part I (21-23 December 2013) Day 1: Sisowath Quay aka Riverside walk [caption...