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Virak Buntham Express (Japan Hospital)logo
Vibol Express, Phnom Penhlogo
Pacific Express Office, Phnom Penh logo
Larryta Express Office (Phnom Penh)logo
Giant Ibis Transport · OCIC Streetlogo
Virak Buntham Express Depo Marketlogo
Mey Hong Transport - Phnom Penhlogo
215 Jawaharlal Nehru Blvd Express Limousine Buslogo
Tang Kimseang Phnom Penh Stung Trenglogo
Titanic Restaurantlogo
383 Preah Sihanouk Blvdlogo
Phnom Penh Night Marketlogo
Preah Sisowath Quay Streetlogo
309 Preah Sihanouk Blvd.logo
Giant Ibis Phnom Penh Bus Stationlogo
Thang Vang Express office (Corner of St 139 & St 134)logo
382 Kampuchea Krom Blvd (128)logo
Orussey Officelogo
10 St 111logo
Samdach Penn Nouth St. (289)logo
Champa Mekong Officelogo
Kim Seng Phnom Penhlogo
Sorya Theaterlogo
Sen Monorom Expresslogo
Jawaharlal Nehru Blvdlogo
237 Preah Sisowath Quaylogo
France Street (47), near Kamplerng Kouch Kanong Circlelogo
Samdach Penn Nouth St.logo
#98A St. 230 (Ekareach Express)logo
341 Preah Sihanouk Blvd (274)logo
99 Preah Sisowath Quay (Larryta Express)logo
Samdech Monireth Blvd (Olongpich Express)logo
#143Eo Preah Sisowath Quay (Angkor e-booking)logo
#166 St 169 (Rithya Mondulkiri Express)logo
Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH)logo
42 Street 310 (VGS Express)logo
North of Night Marketlogo
Virak Buntham, near Japan Hospitallogo
Bayon VIP-Phnom Penhlogo
313 Preah Sihanouk Blvd (Kumho Samco)logo
Riverside HQ (Mekong Express)logo
Preah Sihanouk Blvd (House 315)logo
Kumho Samco Phnom Penh stationlogo
Kumho Samco Phnom Penh stationlogo
Pasteur St. (51)logo
Phnom Penh Boat stationlogo
Phnom Penh Olympic Marketlogo
Phnom Penh - Any hotellogo
Old Market (Psar Chas)logo
Eighty8 Backpackerslogo
Riverside Park- Preah Sisowath Quaylogo
Phnom Penh - Phuong Heng Officelogo
Sinh Tourist Phnom Penh Officelogo
Phnom Penh Post Officelogo
Nattakan Phnom Penhlogo
Sangkat Veal Vonglogo
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Phnom Penh at a glance

High season

Dec - Feb
Place you can't miss
Royal Palace
Local currency
Good to know
The history of Phnom Penh is rooted in antiquated mysticism which led to the city being called as the “Pearl of Asia”. The city mixes French and Chinese style with historical Cambodian design to create a unique space. Monsoon season (May to November) maybe bring difficulties to travellers so be sure to visit in the other half of the year. It is important to visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum to learn about the Khmer Rouge regime. Gold roofs occupy almost every temple (most importantly, the Royal Palace) giving Phnom Penh regality that probably doesn’t exist anywhere else.

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