Explore Cambodia's capital city

A small capital in comparison to its Asian neighbours, Phnom Penh sits at the point where the Mekong and Tonle Sap Rivers meet. With scars still showing from a turbulent recent history the city is steadily modernising yet retains its colonial charm. You can spend a few relaxing days exploring at a slower pace here before continuing on your Indochina adventure.

Phnom Penh holidays - perfect for...

  • Head to the Royal Palace, the capital’s most famous landmarks, home to the ornate Silver Pagoda, the Throne Hall and the Chan Chhaya Pavilion
  • A visit to the city is not complete without a visit to one of the vibrant markets – the place to shop for handicrafts and wonderful silks
  • The city’s French Quarter showcases the old heart of the city with many examples of colonial architecture, although with a faded grandeur
  • Although a sombre experience, a visit to the Choeung Ek Killing Fields Memorial and Toul Sleng Genocide Museum are essential to understand the essence of Cambodia
  • The riverfront boulevard Sisowath Quay is becoming a popular evening destination for both locals and visitors

Far East brochure

The Far East has everything from buzzing cities and rich history to stunning beaches and tranquil hideaways.

View brochures online or order by post

You may also like...