Sisowath Quay Tours
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Take a tuk-tuk to the Royal Palace and begin the day along Phnom Penh’s three-kilometer strip of shops, hotels and eateries. This scenic walk wanders along the river’s edge and visitors can lounge easily at one of the numerous outside tables in popular cafes. Sisowath Quay is an ideal spot to sample local beer, strong coffee and real French baguettes. Travelers can comb through traditional handicrafts at Colours of Cambodia, or purchase a “happy monk” painting at the Happy Painting Gallery next door. Street 178, also known as Artists’ Street, offers local silk and numerous shops that are worth a look.
Sisowath Quay is also convenient to the ferry terminal. Visitors can hop a boat to Siem Reap, where famous temple ruins draw travelers from around the world. Nearby Street 104 offers plenty of backpacker-friendly options, cheap accommodations and crowded, friendly pubs. This well-known walkway is a haven for tourists, so while you may not want to dedicate days to its exploration, the close proximity to many of Phnom Penh’s destinations make it worth an afternoon’s visit.
The quay is located near the junction of the Mekong and Tonle Sap River by the Royal Palace.
Address: Sisowath Boulevard, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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Experiences Phnom Penh 3 Days Private Tours is the best trip experiences in the capital city Phnom Penh of Cambodia that you will have great holiday experiences of the historical, Cultural, Religion and daily life of the Khmer people in the capital city and out site the capital city. More over we selected the most highlighted attractions to add in the itinerary as Royal Palace, Cheuong Ek Genocide Center , Udoung , Mekong Island and Wat Puth Kiri Cambodia ...
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
Soak up the scenic landscapes and traditional river life of Cambodia with a cruise along the Tonle Sap River. Journey from Phnom Penh to Udong, the ancient capital and former royal residence. You'll disembark to boat for a 10-minute tuk-tuk ride up to Phnom Udong (Udong Hills), which features several Buddhist stupas and a breathtaking view. Savor Cambodian cuisine for breakfast and lunch and enjoy unlimited drinks from the open bar on board.
Traveling between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap can often be long and inconvenient. Make your journey scenic and fulfilling on a private 3-day Mekong Delta cruise, designed to reveal Cambodian culture and natural landscapes. Travel to the UNESCO-listed Tonle Sap lake; discover the crocodiles near Chong Khneas; and visit floating villages such as Chnok Tru. Accomodation on board the boat, all meals, and hotel drop-off in Siem Reap are included.
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