"Chaotic Phnom Penh is Cambodia's capital, and offers its visitors a wealth of cultural, historical and religious landmarks to discover."
Once deemed the 'Pearl of Asia', war-torn Phnom Penh had to recover and rebuild following years of violence and revolution. Today the city is ever-evolving, growing in popularity and perhaps transforming into one of the most fashionable capital cities in South East Asia.
One of our full day tours is a great way to discover Phnom Penh and its tragic history. These guided tours will take you around a selection of attractions from the National Museum, the iconic Royal Palace and its neighbour the Silver Pagoda, the Tuol Sleng Museum and the poignant Killing Fields. Your busy day will give you an in-depth look at Khmer culture and architecture as well as an insight into the cruel reign of Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot who caused the death of at least 17,000 citizens. Phnom Penh's past is turbulent and tragic, but will give you a look at the tremendous bravery of the Cambodian nation.
Phnom Penh is nowadays a bustling city and its ochre-coloured colonial buildings, bustling squares, trendy cafes, and frangipani-lined boulevards create
The Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda are two of the most striking buildings in the capital and considered as some
Start the day with a visit the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, two of the most striking buildings in the
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