Phnom Penh

The main capital city of country

 Phnom Penh once known as the ‘Pearl of Asia’, is the capital and largest city in Cambodia. It is now a cultural, commercial, and political center that offers a unique blend of traditional charm and urban bustle.

Today, Phnom Penh place of diverse economic and urban growth. A swift wave of development has brought in new highrise buildings--including a 30-storey business center--restaurants catering to every palate, and stylish hotels promising all levels of luxury. Contributing to this development are burgeoning culinary and nightlife scenes that can rival any other in the region.

The alluring capital city also features a wide variety of historical and cultural attractions, along with myriad opportunities to sample local Cambodian culture. Here, classic colonial facades endure alongside sleek new eateries, golden-spired pagodas, and buzzing markets-- all evidence of the dynamic energy of Phnom Penh's city streets.

Phnom Penh's famous riverfront is lined with trendy pubs, bistros, and restaurants. Stores offering beautiful Cambodian silk products and chic galleries dot the side streets. Add to this a blooming arts scene and a heady dusk-to-dawn nightlife and you'll understand why Phnom Penh has become such a well-loved and compelling tourist destination.



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    Cyclo cyclo tour

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    Central MarketA large market constructed in 1937

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    National Museum Cambodia's largest museum of cultural history

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    Silk Island (Koh Dach)A rural weaving village

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    Street Foodsit’s perfectly possible to eat

Package Tours in Phnom Penh

Cambodia is located in the center of Indochina, being highlighted with the capital of Phnom Penh with the pavement cafes and riverside beautiful sceneries. Travelling to Cambodia, tourists cannot miss a journey to discover the Angkor Wat - one of the most significant architectural wonders of the world...