Phnom Penh is a big city and so it isnt really a tourist destination. However, there are a few sights to be seen and a wealth of entertainent venues.
Our staff are well-versed regards the local attactions and are always ready to recommend sight-seeing trips, book up events, acquire tickets and organise your transport. They can also advise guests with onward bus, taxi and flights.
Besides the capital city of the country, Phnom Penh is Cambodia’s cultural and historic hub with its monumental artifacts sprawled over the city. Discover Phnom Penh on a private city tour and walk along the narrow streets past French colonial houses. Stop at the Silver Pagoda and National Museum before visiting the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum where you will learn the history of Phnom Penh’s past during the Khmer Rouge era.
After exploring the heart of the city, cycle through Phnom Penh’s countryside and visit Koh Dach Island where you will witness the rich traditions of Cambodian culture. Here you will see monks in saffron robes and village women weaving silks down the orchard lane. Continue to Oudong trail and drive through rice fields and small villages stilted over ponds before climbing up a temple’s 500 steps for a panoramic view of the city.
While in Phnom Penh, go on a boat ride along the Mekong River towards Mekong Island and witness local cultural traditions deeply rooted to religion. On your ride back to the city, witness a dramatic sunset from the still waters at the junction of Tonle Sap, Tonle Bassac and the Mekong Rivers.