Take a morning or evening stroll by the riverside and see the locals go about their daily lives. Read more
The Central Market also known as Phsar Thmei in Khmer was built in 1937 during the french colonial period and is one of the major landmarks in Phnom Penh .
Mysterious yet fascinating with so many picturesque features. We enjoyed walking through the dark peaceful corridors that make up this state-of-the-art temple. Read more
Phnom Penh’s many streets and alleys can be both awe-inspiring or overwhelming depending on who you are or what you’re looking for. For me, it’s definitely more of the former. I love walking along the riverside, looking on as boats float their way along Tonle sap, observing locals as they go about their day, and watching food vendors prepare local delicacies.
You walk into Topaz and you completely forget you are in Phnom Penh. The setup is uber elegant, definitely the kind of restaurant you want to dress up and show up. Just remember to call and reserve a table especially on weekends. Read more
Places like these are better seen than read about. It is almost impossible to put in words the beauty and hard work that has been put in this state-of-the-art palace. Read more
Malis offers typical Khmer cuisine and a unique, upscale dining experience. The restaurant has a relaxing atmosphere that welcomes its visitors to what seems like a culinary vacation. Read more