Phnom Penh Airfare
The city was once known as the 'Pearl of'Asia', before it was destroyed by war and revolution. However, Phnom Penh has risen from the ashes into a beautiful and fascinating city. Take in the views...
Travel Dates: 8 May 2019 - 20 December 2019 , 27 December 2019 - 22 January 2020 , 28 January 2020 - 7 April 2020 , 13 April 2020 - 30 April 2020
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Before the civil war, Phnom Penh was once called ‘The Pearl of Asia’. The Khmer Rouge had a large impact on Phnom Penh, and Phnom Penh’s history has become one of its most prominent attractions. Tuol Sleng, the genocide museum, the cruel school-turned-prison where 17,000 victims suffered as a result of the war. A gruesome experience, but essential in understanding the Cambodians today. The killing fields and Choeng Ek Memorial was a mass grave created by the Khmer Rouge, and you can wander through the grounds while understanding life in Cambodia during this harrowing time.
But not all of Phnom Penh is full of dismay. The Royal Palace highlights the days of the city’s former splendor. The Royal Palace encloses a Silver Pagoda made up of more than 5,000 silver tiles. The Cambodian housing itself has images of French architecture from its French colonial days.
Those keen for shopping may like the Central Market, filled with hundreds of stalls selling weird wonderful items varying from jewellery to tasty snacks such as fried tarantulas. A trip to Sisowath Quay will give you a peaceful walk along the waterfront. The Quay comes alive at night as people come to meet at pubs and bars.