Tags : Phnom Penh

  • Phnom Penh is the gateway to an exotic land – the world heritage site, the largest religious complex in the world, the temples of Angkor in the west, the beaches of the southern coast and the ethnic minorities of the North-eastern provinces.

  • Discover the most famous places in Laos and Cambodia within 13 days. Beautiful sites in Laos include: Vientiane, Luang Prabang, Xieng Khouang, Kuang Sii Waterfall, Plain of Jars, Pak Ou cave, Elephant Village, Mekong river…

  • This Southern Vietnam and Cambodia 8 day tour combines the hidden charm of Vietnam and the mystical treasures of Angkor in Cambodia with a unique opportunity to experience the natural beauty and traditional lifestyle found throughout the Mekong Delta. It is a memorable journey of both history and culture.

  • Surf through the best of Vietnam and Cambodia in 9 days. Discover the greatest landscapes: Halong bay, Mekong floating market. Visit the historical places in Cambodia including Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm and much more.

  • For such a small nation, Cambodia packs a lot in and its highlights are among the most exhilarating in the region. For many visitors, the nation’s premier draw is the mind-blowing temples at Angkor. The relics – the remnants of the capital of the once-mighty Khmer Empire…

  • A small country with many sky-scraping highlights, Cambodia is on the up as a tourist destination. Despite the majesty of the country’s attractions and the growing sophistication of its hotel and restaurant sector.

  • Discover the greatest landscapes in Vietnam: Halong bay, Mai Chau villages, Hoi An ancient town, Mekong floating market; Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm in Cambodia and many more.

  • Imagine a country full of ancient and modern history, saturated with beautiful religious monuments, teeming with wildlife, and lush with rice fields, grasslands, and rivers. Get off the tourist trail and let our travel experts show you the real heart of Cambodia.

  • Experience the intriguing life at the Mekong River from Vietnam to Cambodia in a three days trip, which will create fond memories of the life near the water banks. Have a taste of the sweet fruits and local candies and delicacies, and enjoy the serene surrounding of the nature and the local life at the Mekong River upon exiting Vietnam to Cambodia.

  • Wat Phnom translated as “hill temple” – is the tallest and most important temple in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh. The temple, first constructed in 1373, was erected on a man made, 88-foot-tall mound overlooking the city.

  • Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre is a wildlife centre located roughly 25 miles (40 km) by road south of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The centre was established in 1995 and with an area of over 6,000 acres of protected regenerating forest, this is the largest zoo in Cambodia.

  • A visit to Phnom Penh would not be complete without a visit to the National Museum of Cambodia, even if it is just to gaze at the renovated building. Inside the museum you will see the best collection of Khmer art, and there are a total of over 14,000 artifacts from prehistoric times to after the Khmer empire.

  • Kandal Market is a genuine local market that is located in the center of Phnom Penh close to Riverside. The Khmer name of the market is Phsar Kandal which translates to “market in the middle” or “central market”, not to be confused with the “real” Central Market, Phsar Thmei.

  • Mekong Island is home to a silk weaving village and silk centre, where you can see how the whole silk production process works from beginning to end, from mulberry-chomping silk worms in golden cocoons through to the complex manual loom weaving process.

  • Silver Pagoda is located on the south side of the Royal Palace, Phnom Penh. The temple’s official name is Preah Vihear Preah Keo Morakot (Temple of the Emerald Buddha) which is commonly shortened to Wat Preah Keo. The pagoda is also home to a precious crystal Buddha to which the one in Phnom Penh bears an uncanny resemblance

  • Russian market is located in the south part of Phnom Penh and is known to the locals as Phsar Toul Tom Poung. The reason why it is called Russian market is because it was a popular market among the Russian expats during the 1980s when most of the western expats in Phnom Penh were Russian.

  • The Central Market was built in 1937 during the French colonial period, in Art Deco style, and is painted bright ochre. It consists of four wings dominated by a central dome, the design allows maximum ventilation. It is probably the cleanest and most airy market in Phnom Penh.

  • See the magnificent Khmer temples of Angkor, the capital Phnom Penh, the wonder of the world Halong Bay and the historic Hanoi Capital. This tour also bring you to the ancient town of Hoi an, a favorite destination on the list of any traveler, and the bustling Saigon.

  • Spend time to visit the most famous and essential attractions in Yangon, Mandalay, Amarapura, Bagan, covering the historical heritages, natural landscapes and local hospitality. Then fly to Siem Reap. Visit Angkor to be impressed by the magnificent temples and enjoy the sunset from the pyramid-shaped temple of Pre Rup…

  • After visiting Hanoi, Halong Bay and Hoi An ancient town, head to the south and explore Cu Chi Tunnels. Come to see the ordinary life of Southern Vietnamese people on Mekong river before taking a boat trip to Cambodia. Admire the greatest temples which Cambodia is famous for.

  • This tour takes you from Vietnam to Cambodia, discover the greatest landscapes of Vietnam including: Halong Bay, Mai Chau villages, Hoi An ancient town, Mekong Floating Market. See the best heritage of Angkor in Cambodia and much more.

  • Imagine a country full of ancient and modern history, saturated with beautiful religious monuments, teeming with wildlife, and lush with rice fields, grasslands, and rivers. Get off the tourist trail and let our travel experts show you the real heart of Cambodia.

  • Wat Ounalom is the focal point of Cambodian Buddhism. Established in the 1440s, it is one of Phnom Penh’s five original monasteries and the seat of Cambodia’s Maha Nikaya order, where the country’s most important monk resides.

  • Sisowath Quay is an ideal spot to sample local beer, strong coffee and real French baguettes. Travelers can comb through traditional handicrafts at Colours of Cambodia, or purchase a “happy monk” painting at the Happy Painting Gallery next door. Street 178, also known as Artists’ Street, offers local silk and numerous shops that are worth a look.