Morakat Hotel

33 Street 107, Phnom Penh, 12151, Cambodia
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ROYAL PALACE PHNOM PENH FROM THE SQUAREROYAL PALACE PHNOM PENH FROM THE SQUARE

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our pretty cambodian bartender holding the vt flagour pretty cambodian bartender holding the vt flag

Forum Posts

orphanage

by indiatravel

hey everyone, in august i will visit phnom penh with a backpack full of pencil colour books and toys perhaps someone knows ? a orphanage where i can deliver.

thanks.

Re: orphanage

by planxty

A quick search on the net brings up this site, you may wish to contact them.

http://www.lighthouseorphanage.co.uk/

Also, rather than bring books and pencils, why not buy them locally? It will save you carrying them and also boost the local economy.

Hope this assists,

fergy.

Re: orphanage

by AlbuqRay

One option would be to go by the Veiyo Tonle Restaurant on the riverfront, the proceeds of which support an orphanage, and donate them there. Friends is another option. The links to their websites are in my Phnom Penh restaurant tips.

Re: orphanage

by stormie

There is a great place in Phnom Penh that helps out street children called Mith Samlanh, or Friends. They are located at 215 Street 13. They have a school, a restaurant and a store run by the staff and kids. Very friendly place and they'd love donations I'm sure!

Also, it's fun to hand out things to the street kids as you go, especially along the river.

Have fun!
Stormie

Travel Tips for Phnom Penh

Is that Dumbo?

by Etoile2B

While walking along the riverfront we were surprised to find a man taking his elephant out for a stroll. It was quite a surprising site for us. We were expecting that he was using the creature for personal gain and as we drew close we expected he would ask us for money in exchange for the opportunity to feed his elephant or to have our picture taken next to the massive beast. Much to our surprise this was not the case. The two seemed simply to be out for an afternoon stroll along the water. Truly one of our favorites sightings in Cambodia.

Saving Face

by Unknownsu

Like other Asians, the Cambodians attach a great deal of importance to the concept of face, which involves gaining, preserving and enhancing respect and status. Foreigners should avoid actions or words that may cause Cambodians to lose face in public. If criticism or potentially status-damaging actions or words are necessary, try to find a more subtle way of getting your message across. The Cambodians would most likely respond appropriately.

Tipos de botes .Type of boats

by elpariente

Durante el festival de botes se pueden ver de distintas categor?as , en algunos reman de pie mas de 60 personas, en otras van sentadas 20 o 40 personas
Todos tienen un gran colorido
No fuimos capaces de saber cuales seran las categor?as de botes que estaban compitiendo

During the Boat Festival you may see different types , in some of them more than 60 men are rowing on foot , in others 20 or 40 persons are rowing seated
All have a great colourfull
we were not able to know how many types of boats were in the competition

Packing List

by googoosh

Oil of lavender - stops mosi bites hurting (almost instantanious releif).
Cloves - for toothache (put the clove on the tooth and suck).
Ginger (boiled in water. drink the water as you would tea) - for stomach upsets.
bananas - eat a couple to stop diahorehha.
papaya - eat one to stop constipation

The Killing Fields

by shrimp56

No where near all of the mass graves have been excavated. The central tower contains the skulls of those that have been excavated.
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Please visit the travelogue for more images of this disturbing place.

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Address: 33 Street 107, Phnom Penh, 12151, Cambodia