Stroll through the oldest and tallest religious structure in Phnom Penh and take in the beautiful interior and statues in the pagoda.
Go on a royal tour at the official residence of Cambodia's king, and explore the massive pavilions that showcase classic Khmer architecture.
A landmark within the Royal Palace grounds itself, this pagoda features floor covered with five tons of silver, along with various other gems and crystals.
Located near the Royal Palace, this museum is a great spot to explore if you're in the area, with over 14,000 items dating from the prehistoric period available on display.
This vibrant and emerging financial district features a host of luxury retail stores and F&B outlets for your enjoyment.
Built in 1937, this uniquely-shaped building offers everything from silverwork and jewellery to souvenirs and street food.
Independence Monument was built in 1958 to commemorate the country’s independence from France in 1953. The Angkorian style tower attracts many tourists and it stands in the city centre on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard.
This memorial and museum stands as a reminder of the Khmer Rouge's rule over the country, giving visitors a glimpse into the country's dark past.
Have a stroll along the city's modern and bustling riverside esplanade, with boutiques, art galleries and bars for a day's worth of urban exploration and fun.
If you're looking for some retail therapy and you're looking for unique souvenirs or local trinkets, then the Russian Market is where you want to be.
Those wishing to learn more about the cruelty during the Khmer Rouge's reign can do so at this museum.
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