Phnom Penh Tours
With a tumultuous recent history, Phnom Penh does certainly have some very important sites such as the Killing Fields and S21 Prison Camp from the Khmer Rouge era that are well worth visiting to remember this horrific period that did so much to shape Cambodia's recent history. However, a much brighter side of the Cambodian capital awaits. Further back in time before the Khmer Rouge, Cambodia was a country rich in culture and heritage and much of this can still be seen on a Phnom Penh Tour. A visit to the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda and the National Museum will leave you inspired and in awe.
For those Phnom Penh visitors looking for a something a little more local, a cyclo tour is a wonderful and environmentally friendly Phnom Penh activity which will give you a different view of the city, while still seeing the major sites. One of the best ways to get to know a culture is through food, so why not try a half or full day Khmer Cooking Class - a fun and tasty way to spend the day - follow this up with a sunset boat cruise in the evening and a cold beer as you see Phnom Penh from the river.
Phnom Penh is also a great place to start multi-day tours from to explore some of the surrounding countryside. From exploring the mangrove forests of Ream National Park, dolphin safaris to Kratie and of course the Angkor Temples of Siem Reap.
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