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March 24, 2012

PHNOMPENH

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Phnompenh is a beautiful little town located on the bank Mekong River. Once considered a “Pearl of Asia”, one of the loveliest cities built by the French in the continent, Phnompenh is now the cultural, political and economic hub of Cambodia. Despite its growth and urbanisation, Phnompenh remains a laid back town where time stands still. There are a number of attractions for you to explore, including the Royal Palace, Wat Phnom, Central Market and Independence Monument.

    Royal Palace

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    Built in 1866 during the reign of King Norodom, the Royal Palace still serves as the residence of the King and Queen of Cambodia.  The royal complex is situated ...

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Silver Pagoda

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Commonly known as the Wat Preah Keo, the extravagant Silver Pagoda can be found on the south side of the Royal Palace complex in Phnompenh. The pagoda gets its ...

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Wat Phnom

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Wat Phnom is a reconstructed temple crowned on a hilltop in Phnompenh. This place embodies a story about the founding of the city. Legend has it that after a...

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Phnompenh Central Market

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Phnompenh Central Market is located right at the heart of the city. Although its Khmer name "Psar Thmei" means "new market", it is commonly known as the "central market".

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Tuol Sleng Museum

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Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocide is located right in the former ground of S21, a secret prison of Pol Pot’s genocidal rule (1975-79). Nearly 2 millions of Cambodian...

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Sisowath Quay

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Sisowath Quay is a riverside promenade running along the west shore of Tonle Sap River and in parallel with Sisowath Boulevard Phnompenh City.  This 3km strip ...

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Angkor Borei

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The Angkor Borei is a small town in Takeo province, around 80km from Phnompenh. It is said to be the capital of the Funan Empire, which is the “Cradle of Khmer Civilisation”

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Choeung Ek (Killing Field)

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Choeung Ek is a mass grave containing thousands of human skulls and bones in Cambodia. Situated merely 17 km from Phnompenh, it had been an orchard and ...

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