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Located in Chamkar Mon, this luxury resort is steps away from Samdach Hun Sen Park and Riverside. Independence Monument and Silver Pagoda are also within 1 mile ...
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SUN & MOON, Urban HotelRs4,292
Located in Phnom Penh City Centre, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of National Museum of Cambodia and Riverside. Royal Palace and Independence Monument ...
Okay Boutique HotelRs2,509
Located in Phnom Penh City Centre, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Independence Monument, National Museum of Cambodia and Silver Pagoda. Royal Palace ...
Aquarius Hotel & Urban Resort Phnom PenhRs3,066
Located in Chamkar Mon, this spa aparthotel is within a 5-minute walk of Wat Lang Ka and Independence Monument. Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and National Museum ...
Pasteur 51 Hotel & ResidencesRs3,178
Located in Chamkar Mon, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Riverside and AEON Mall. Independence Monument and Silver Pagoda are also within 1 mile (2 ...
The Bridge ClubRs1,848
Located in Daun Penh, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Riverside, Silver Pagoda and Royal Palace. Independence Monument and National Museum of Cambodia ...
Hotel Emion Phnom PenhRs4,594
Located in Chamkar Mon, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Independence Monument, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and Riverside. National Museum of Cambodia ...
Phnom Penh Katari HotelRs2,760
Located in Phnom Penh City Centre, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of National Museum of Cambodia and Riverside. Independence Monument and Royal Palace ...
Plantation Urban Resort and SpaRs5,256
Located in Phnom Penh City Centre, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Central Market and Wat Phnom. Riverside and National Museum of Cambodia are ...
Rosewood Phnom PenhRs14,312
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Undoubtedly Southeast Asia’s least developed, yet fascinating, capital city, Phnom Penh is a gleaming mix of colonial charm and attempted modernity. The boulevards that line the city have an unmistakable French feel to them, although most are sprinkled with local food stalls and street vendors, which together creates the unique setting of the city. The grand temples and shrines that dot Phnom Penh are certainly part of the charm of the place. However, the ever-growing nightlife and café culture also play an important role in the city’s blossoming tourism sector. Cambodia offers 30 days visa on arrival for Indian passport holders.
Phnom Penh is presently considered a little off the beaten track as a destination compared to its neighbours, but has plenty of interesting sites to explore.
The markets here are unforgettable, and there is an abundance to choose from. Central Market is the main market in town, and sells everything from silks to toys. A local favourite is Orussey Market, and the Night Market is a fantastic place to explore after dark.
The Royal Palace is by far the most prominent building and most visited site in the city. There are stunning pagodas inside the palace grounds, including the site of the Emerald Buddha. Just across from this eye-catching building is the National Museum of Cambodia. History and culture enthusiasts can spend hours inside this landmark.
Several war-time attractions are still available for sightseeing. However, these sites can be quite upsetting. The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is the former S-21 Prison, once the most feared building in Cambodia. Also, about 13kms from the centre of the city are the infamous Killing Fields of Choeung Ek.
Travellers can find almost anything when it comes to dining in Phnom Penh. French-influenced cuisines, Vietnamese food, Thai, Indonesian and local Khmer restaurants are popular. The area around the Riverfront, in particular <iSisowath Quay, is where tourists will find a range of eating options, from inexpensive street stalls to more up-market dining establishments. This is also where Phnom Penh’s most exciting nightlife awaits too. Street 104 and Street 136 both have a large number of bars and pubs, including the ever-popular hostess bars.
The markets are great places to pick up a bargain. However, be aware that cheap goods don’t necessarily last. The Central Market and Orussey Market are two of the best places to find bargains on just about anything. Tourists should head to the Russian Market to pick up cheap yet top quality designer clothes. There are several Western-style malls in the Phnom Penh city too, including the City Mall, Sorya Mall and the most-recent Sovanna Mall.
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