Liberty Hotel Advert 1968

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Source: Holiday Time In Thailand, November 1968

The Liberty Hotel is on Pradiphat Road near Saphan Kwai. It is notable for the miniature statue of liberty, which used to stand in the middle of the parking lot. The statue is still there today, though it has been moved back to the side of the entrance.

In the 1980's various members of the leadership of the Khmer Rouge were reported to have stayed in at the Liberty Hotel on many occasions while doing business in Bangkok (as reported during a debate on Britain's Cambodia policy in the British Parliament on Novermber 13, 1989).

The hotel is now known as the Liberty Garden Hotel.

Photo 1973-1974

Source: Mickey Lanty

The Statue - 2006

Coffee Shop - 2006

Restaurant Menu 1973 - 1974

Source: Mickey Lanty

Front Entrance - 2006

The Pool - 2006