- Take a tuk tuk journey through Cambodia’s capital to see the highlights and hidden treasure before and after sunset.
- Wander off the usual tourist trail and eat like a local.
- Enjoy a cocktail with a beautiful sunset view onto the Mekong and the illuminated Royal Palace.
Evening Foodie Safari by Remork “Tuk Tuk”
Start off with a ride on a Remork the Cambodian “Tuk Tuk”. Zip off the usual tourist trail, and hop straight into Phnom Penh’s Old Market (Phsar Chas) along Street No. 13.
A local food-loving guide will uncover hidden treasures and snacks favored by locals such as a yellow bean cake or the Khmer rice cake. Taste some seasonal fruits grown in and around Phnom Penh, such as dragon fruit, mango, and tiny (but sweet) pineapples. The brave can try the stinky kind of all fruit – the mighty durian! Learn about the spices used in local recipes and hear about traditional remedies.
Next, go to a local picnic spot and wander around the food stalls, where you often find fried tarantulas, fried crickets, green mango with chili and salt, ducks eggs, and much more.
On our way to a rooftop bar for cocktails we take a photo stop at Independence Monument illuminated by red, blue and white floodlights at night. Then continue for dinner at a local restaurant to sample local delicacies Khmer food, before ending at a dessert stall where fruit shakes, fruits with sweet condensed milk, and baked puddings are offered.
Return by tuk tuk to your hotel.
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