Cambodia – Phnom Penh

About Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the second step after you visited Siem Reap. You can reach the capital easily by bus. The Cambodian capital has his own charm. It is easy to move across the city by motorbike or tuk-tuk. A minimum of two days are enough to visit around the temples and palace.

There is a multitude of restaurants in the city. One of them was particularly lavish. It is located near the railway station and it is called Labaab. It is a mix of Cambodian and Vietnamese food, kind of food of the Mekong properly speaking. If you wish to have drink at night on a roof top, I advise two amazing places: Sora Skybar and the roof top of the Patio Hotel. Each of them has a stunning view !

Places to see

  • Royal Palace
  • Wat Phnom
  • Silver Pagoda
  • Post Office
  • Railway Station
  • Central Market
  • Yeay Penh Statue
  • Wat Ounalom
  • Phsar Kandal Market

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Discovering the world, meeting new people around us who create our World. Being opened to others, keen in their lifestyle, their culture, their desires, their religion, their happiness and their aim. During the last few years, I’ve had the luck to travel in countries that are important to me. Each trip is a new experience : one way to get knowledge about the country, to understand and to have one point of view without relying on books. ROMNES World is primarily a blog where I express my passion for photography and travels through anecdotes and basic information about each countries I have been to. Welcome to my blog to share my adventures.