Cambodia’s compact capital Phnom Penh has developed quite a reputation for its lively nightlife in recent years. Therefore, it is only natural for the city to possess one of the region’s top Oktoberfests.
A celebration of beers from Germany and around the world, the three-day event – influenced by the original Oktoberfest in Munich – features top-class music and food as well as a mind-boggling selection of suds.
There’s plenty to see in Phnom Penh once the hangover eases. The city is home to vibrant markets, attractive temples and some eye-catching colonial architecture. From Phnom Penh, the journey heads west to Siem Reap, the gateway city for the wondrous temples at Angkor.
Highlights of the world-renowned historic site include the jungle-covered temple of Ta Phrom and Angkor Wat, the planet’s largest religious building and the national symbol of Cambodia. Between temple visits, guests can dine at Siem Reap’s selection of fine restaurants.
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