Phnom penh Airport Pickup / Drop off=$7
Bus or Boat Pick Up / Drop off=$3
One Hour in the City (Phnom Penh)=$5, Half Day=$10 ,Full Day=$20
The Killing Fields (Khmer: វាលពិឃាត viel pi-kʰiet) are a number of sites in Cambodia where large numbers of people were killed and buried by the Khmer Rouge regime, during its rule of the country from 1975 to 1979, immediately after the end of the Cambodian Civil War (1970–1975). Analysis of 20,000 mass grave sites by the DC-Cam Mapping Program and Yale University indicate at least 1,386,734 victims of execution. Estimates of the total number of deaths resulting from Khmer Rouge policies, including disease and starvation, range from 1.7 to 2.5 million out of a 1975 population of roughly 8 million. In 1979, communist Vietnam invaded Democratic Kampuchea and toppled the Khmer Rouge regime. Cambodian journalist Dith Pran coined the term “killing fields” after his escape from the regime. A 1984 film, The Killing Fields, tells the story of Dith Pran, played by another Cambodian survivor Haing S. Ngor, and his journey to escape the death camps.
Cambodia Shooting Range, Phnom Penh Cambodia we have another option for tourists, who don’t have enough time. And we are located in downtown Cambodia, so you don’t have spend a lot of time on the bus or Taxi. It takes only 1-2 hours including transfer from and to you hotel or any other place in Cambodia .
Mekong Island (Koh Dach)=$25
Mekong Island is a cohesive village communities that represent the rural ethnicity of this country. In other words, the island stands out for its unspoiled surroundings, where houses are erected on stilts and people lead a simple lifestyle while earning their livelihood primarily from agriculture, fishing and silk weaving.
How to get there: One of the best ways to access Mekong Island is to take a cruise boat from Sisowath Quay in Phnom Penh. It usually takes 2.5 hours per round trip, and the cruise will include visiting the handicraft centre at Koh Dach, sunset views and Khmer snacks. Alternatively, you can hire a tuk-tuk from the city to the Japanese Bridge, from where you can continue your journey to the island by ferry.
Tonle Bati lake=$25
Tonle Bati is a popular lake and picnic area that has bamboo shacks built out over the water that people can rent out for eating and whiling away the day. It’s generally a weekend get-away spot, which means it?s nice and quiet during the week. Locals swim there, but the water does not look real inviting. There are all kinds of food and drink stands that sell everything you need for a picnic along the lake. Note that there are tours that follow you when you arrive on weekends and try to get you to go to their own place. It?s best to pass right by them and find a spot on your own. Check prices beforehand on everything ? they are famous for handing you an outrageously high bill when you depart.Tonle Bati is a place of worship and features two ancient temples, Ta Promh and Yeay Peov, and a pagoda, Wat Tonle Bati, which was built in 1576.
Phnom Tamao Zoological Park=$35
Phnom Tamao Zoological Park and Wildlife Rescue Center is located about 45 kilometres from the southern part of Phnom Penh, traveling along the National Road Number 2 and continue another 5 kilometres down a dirt road at the right. Phnom Tamao Zoological Park and Wildlife Rescue Center Site is a popular destination for weekend travelers from Phnom Penh and other sites in Cambodia. It features mountains, the biggest national zoo and wildlife rescue center, and some ancient temples. The site is popular for the local visitors as well as foreigners because many species of wildlife are collected and it’s the only official wildlife rescue in Cambodia. Phnom Tamao Zoological Park and Wildlife Rescue Center was officially opened by Prime Minister Hun Sen in the year 2000. The entire area of Phnom Tamao covers 2,285 hectares which is treated as protected forest area. Most of the animals at Phnom Tamao Zoological Park and Wildlife Rescue Center are endangered rare species and are confiscated from traffickers or saved from poachers traps which are too sick or too young to be survived in the wild, so they are kept to be taking care and Phnom Tamao Zoological Park become their permanent residents. Phnom Tamao Zoological Park and Wildlife Rescue Center is the home for at least 96 of birds, mammals, and reptiles, in a total of around 1,000 animals. Visitors would have to walk or it is better to ride on a motorbike and stop, between enclosures of animals around the zoo. It takes about two and half hours’ time to generally travel.
Phnom Chisor Temple=$35
Phnom Chiso is a historical site located in Sia village, Rovieng commune, Samrong district, about 62 kilometers south of Phnom Penh or 27 kilometers north of Takeo provincial town. To reach the site, take National Road 2 to Bati district and Neang Khmao temple. Turn right at the sign for the site and head down the dirt trial for 5 more kilometers. Phnom Chiso is 13O-meter-high mountain.
Oudong Mountain Shrines=$35
Oudong (Khmer: ឧដុង្គ) (also romanized as Udong or Odong) is a town in Cambodia, situated in the north-western part of Kampong Speu Province. The town is located at the foothill of the mountain Phnom Udong, about 40 km northwest of the capital Phnom Penh. The temples are located on the mountain, which runs from the southeast to northeast, with a low saddle in the middle. Oudong is a monumental necropolis of royalty for the past kings of Cambodia.