Head to Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and Independence Monument—just two of the popular sights around Ta Khmau.
Befitting the home of Cambodia’s royalty, the glittering golden roofline of this palace dominates Phnom Penh’s skyline.
This former prison outside Phnom Penh brings to light the brutality of Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge and honors the 17,000 people who lost their lives here.
Sitting atop what is considered the only hill in Phnom Penh, this eclectic Buddhist monastery features a fascinating array of shrines, stupas and ornate buildings.
Like a massive lotus blooming from Phnom Penh’s center, this monument is a touching tribute to the country’s independence and to the people who made it possible.
You can search for that perfect souvenir when you visit Riverside, a favourite shopping spot in Phnom Penh. Stroll along the area's riverfront or simply savour its top-notch restaurants.
Whether you’re looking for fresh food or a new watch, you can buy just about anything imaginable within the walls of Phnom Penh’s famous cross-shaped market.