Experience the heart and soul of Cambodia with our Phnom Penh tour package.
Explore the vibrant capital city, rich in history, culture, and tradition.
From the iconic Royal Palace to the sobering Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Phnom Penh is a melting pot of beauty, resilience, and hope.
With our expert guide, you’ll delve into the city’s fascinating past and discover its vibrant present.
Get ready for an unforgettable journey in the heart of Cambodia!
“The city is home to a wide variety of street food stalls and markets, offering everything from traditional Khmer dishes to international cuisine. Some popular street foods to try include noodle soup, fried insects, and fresh fruit smoothies.“
Phnom Penh is a city of contrasts, where modern skyscrapers and historical landmarks stand side by side.
The city’s Royal Palace is one of the most impressive examples of this contrast, with its stunning traditional architecture and intricate carvings, set against the backdrop of modern buildings.
The palace is also home to the Silver Pagoda, which boasts a floor made of 5000 silver tiles and houses many treasures, including a solid gold Buddha.
3 Days Days
Welcome to Phnom Penh – the capital of Cambodia.
We will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to the hotel.
Free time at your own leisure
Overnight at a hotel in Phnom Penh
This morning we will visit the Independence Monument. From here we enjoy a cyclo ride to the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town, and the Silver Pagoda.
Afternoon, we visit the National Museum, also called Musee des Beaux-Arts. A French archaeologist and painter, Georges Groslier, designed it in Khmer style in 1917.
Then, stop by the Russian Market.
Heading to enjoy a one-hour sunset cruise on the Mekong River.
Overnight at a hotel in Phnom Penh
Visit the Toul Sleng Prison Museum and the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek-both grim reminders of Cambodia’s bloody past under Pol Pot.
It is almost inconceivable to confront the nature of true evil here in this gentle land, but the Buddhist memorial at Choeung Ek commemorates the 1.7 million victims of the 1975-79 Pol Pot regime.
This excursion may prove distressing for some. It is, however, an important piece of this country’s historical and cultural puzzle.
The rest of the day is on your personal options. Free time at your own leisure till departure transfer to the airport.
The best time to visit Phnom Penh is during the dry season, which runs from November to March. During this time, the weather is cooler and there is less rainfall, making it a more comfortable time to explore the city.
Some of the must-visit attractions in Phnom Penh include the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, National Museum, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, and Central Market.
Visitors to temples and other religious sites in Phnom Penh should dress modestly, with their shoulders and knees covered. It is also customary to remove shoes before entering some religious sites.
Yes, US dollars are widely accepted in Phnom Penh, along with the local currency, the Cambodian riel.
Phnom Penh offers a wide range of Cambodian and international cuisine, including street food, traditional Khmer dishes, and Western-style restaurants.
Phnom Penh is generally a safe city to travel to, but like any city, visitors should take precautions to avoid pickpocketing and other petty crimes. It is also important to be aware of your surroundings and avoid traveling alone at night in certain areas of the city.
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