Phnom-Penh

Cambodia’s capital is a chaotic and hectic city, its heady smells and noise an exhilarating challenge to the senses.  Home to the golden Royal Palace and Cambodia’s fascinating National Museum, Phnom Penh also boasts includes new hotels, shops and restaurants along its tree-lined boulevards.The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and The Kiling Fields give an insight into the shocking violence and destruction caused by the Khmer  Rouge, but this brave city, once known as ‘The Pearl of Asia’, is boldly striving forward into a new future.

 

Phnom Penh: Suggested Activities

Casual Sunset Cruise

Casual Sunset Cruise

Enjoy a sunset evening cruising along the Mekong River in a small rice barge. Enroute pass the Royal Palace and a Vietnamese village.
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Arts & Culture of Phnom Penh

Discover the rich artistic and cultural heritage of Cambodia, exploring the treasures of the Royal Palace Complex, and the exquisite Khmer relics housed in the National Museum.
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Evening Foodie Safari

Hop on a remork and head off the tourist trail on a foodie safari with a local food expert to uncover delectable local favourites and savory Khmer delicacies.
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Cycling on Silk Island Tour - Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Cycle to Silk Island

Enjoy a leisurely bike ride through the outskirts of Phnom Penh to Silk Island, visiting Khmer villages nestled along the banks of the Mekong and see artisans practicing traditional silk weaving.
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