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Phnom Penh Holidays

As part of French Indochina Phnom Penh was the ‘Pearl of Asia’; today it is simply the heart of Cambodia, a role that suits it perfectly. It is a city that effortlessly combines a quaint past with a future-conquering mentality, the shimmering pinnacles of its temples and palaces now sharing the skyline with modern blocks. It is also the place to face Cambodia’s dark past – visiting the Killing Fields and Tuol Sleng Museum are a heart-wrenching but perhaps necessary experience. Whether you decide to confront Cambodia’s past of not, Phnom Penh, with its cosmopolitan character, laidback deposition and delightful riverside setting make it one of Asia’s most captivating cities.

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Five Reasons To Visit Phnom Penh

Royal Palace
The most glittering feature of Phnom Penh’s skyline, the Royal Palace not only provides a visual spectacle but also a great introduction to Cambodia’s culture and history.

National Museum
Housed within a building of traditional Khmer design, the National Museum’s collection of relics and artefacts cover Cambodia’s fascinating history.

Killing Fields
Located about 8 kilometres out of the city, this surprisingly peaceful and rural spot has a memorial stupa to the thousands who died here.

Tuol Sleng
This former high school turned prisoner is a haunting and visceral place to learn about the Khmer Rouge and their horrific regime.

Russian Market
A bustling market packed full of all sorts of knickknacks, souvenirs and clothes, this is Phnom Penh’s one stop shop spot!

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Things To See In Phnom Penh

No tour of Phnom Penh would be complete without seeing one of the wonders listed below.


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