Hi! there are many good restaurants with variety of European foods and other country's foods in Phnom Penh. There are also many places where the tourists can visit such as Royal Palace, Ancient museum, genocide museum, Wat Phnom (the heart of Phnom Penh), and cruising along the Mekong river, etc.. You will find it exciting when you come.
Planning to visit Angkor Wat Temples, how many days should I spend. Is it ok to travel on own or should there be a package tour? What are good locations to stay?
Stay at the hotel near the palace in Phnom Penh is safer, and take tuk-tuk to going around the city. have a nice trip
i plan on visiting phnom penh. can you guys suggest an affordable guest house? i just need a clean one with its own bathroom.. and yeah the bathroom should be really clean too. hehehe
I suggest to bring an English/ Khmere dictionary so you could speak simple communications with the local folks. Its an advantage and you could deal fair prices to all commodities and transportations. You could always ask lower price from them to save. Tourist attractions are the famous Ankhor Waht in Siem Reap, beautiful beach in Kirivong and Sihanoukville, Old prison camp and a pagoda in Phenom Penh, 2 museums of the remains of the victims of killing fields in nearby communes in phenom penh.
after visiting siem reap im gettin to pnome pen by bus and staying there for 2-3 nights..would like to meet new people
We loved this country but it was an emotional place to visit since it’s still suffering from the effects of genocide. Do take the time to visit the museums and Killing Fields to find out about the history of Cambodia and pay your respects; don’t be tempted to help by giving money directly to street kids as this keeps them out on the streets where they’re vulnerable to abuse. Instead, you can eat at NGO-run restaurants throughout the country or give money through a reputable charity.