Rate Tour in Angkor Wat – Siem Reap

➡ Day1 visit Small tour : TukTuk $15 / Car or Mini van $35 Including 1. Angkor wat temple 2. Angkor Thom area (Bayon temple, Baphoun temple…) 3. Ta Phrom temple (Tom rider temple) 4. Ta Keo temple 5. Benteay Khdei temple. ➡ Day2 visit outside of area Angkor : TukTuk $25 / Car or…

Orussey Market Phnom Penh

A big and busy local market, Orussey offers a broader slice of “Cambodiana” than you’ll find in Russian or Central Markets; and who knows what you might pick up in the huge, two-storey hall that’s packed with everything from plastic pigs to dried fish and padding to make your bum look bigger. No matter which…

Phsar Chas Phnom Penh | Old Market

Phsar Chas is a great little Phnom Penh market conveniently located for travellers to check out but targeting locals — head here instead of striking out to distant suburbs to experience a genuine Cambodian market. You visit Phsar Thmei as much as to see the iconic exterior as for the goods on offer and if…

Phsar Kandal Phnom Penh

A great little local market, Phnom Penh’s Phsar Kandal is centrally located off Street 154. One block back from the riverfront, it’s only a five-minute walk from Street 172 and opposite the north side of Wat Ounalom, so chances are if you’re wandering around the city centre you’ll pass by, or pretty close to it.…

The White Building of Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh’s iconic White Building was opened in 1963, providing 468 apartments to house some of the Cambodian capital’s quickly growing population. The building formed part of an ambitious and rather fantastic, socially centred city development plan spearheaded by then King Norodom Sihanouk. Today, with money calling the shots more than thoughts of community, the…

Nation Library of Phnom Penh

National Library On oh-so-elegant Street 92, planted between Raffles Hotel Le Royal and the impressive Ministry of Economics and Finance, the National Library is off the radar for most visitors to Phnom Penh. Set in lush gardens, the number of cars and motos may lead you to believe Khmers have a passion for reading, but…

Olympic Stadium of Phnom Penh

A magnificent construction that lives with a constant threat of destruction, the Olympic Stadium is a metaphor for the short-sighted mindlessness, grubbiness and political manoeuvring that attend a great deal of Phnom Penh urban “planning”. Better get there while you can before the lumpen barbarians win. Murmurings of demolition and redevelopment persist, despite carefully-worded reassurances…