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Follow the city’s history from its earliest beginnings in the 15th century. Learn a little about the city’s Colonial heritage and visit S-21 Genocide Museum, which gives an insight into Khmer Rouge era that brought the country to its knees in the 1970s. Then get off the beaten track, winding through the back streets to a small community whose neighbourhood has become known for expressive street art.
Get immersed in one of Phnom Penh’s busiest and least touristic markets to sample some local delicacies, and then pay homage to the hero of Cambodia’s independence, King Sihanouk, at the Independence Monument and the King’s Statue. Finally, head to the Riverside, an area popular with local residents who come to enjoy the promenade, exercise, and make merry in front of the Royal Palace.
NOTE: Please note the tour is based on a shared basis with other passengers. Private tours are also available for a supplement. Please enquire with your consultant for more information.
Our services include:
– Pick up and return from your hotel
– Individual driver per passenger
– Soft drinks and snacks en
-Safely helmet and rain coat
Our services do not include:
– Other personal expenses
– Personal travel insurance
– Any other items not mentioned
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