Welcome to Phnom Penh !
Phnom Penh, once known as the “Pearl of Asia“, is the capital and largest city in Cambodia. It’s now a cultural, commercial, and political center that offers a unique blend of traditional charm and urban bustle.
Today, Phnom Penh is a place of diverse economic and urban growth. A swift wave of development has brought in new highrise buildings — including a 30-storey business center, restaurants catering to every palate, and stylish hotels promising all levels of luxury. Contributing to this development are burgeoning culinary and nightlife scenes that can rival any other in the region.
The alluring capital city also features a wide variety of historical and cultural attractions, along with myriad opportunities to sample local Cambodian culture. Here, classic colonial facades endure alongside sleek new eateries, golden-spired pagodas, and buzzing markets — all evidence of the dynamic energy of Phnom Penh’s city.
A sunset cruise down Phnom Penh’s Tonle Sap river and on the mighty Mekong serves as a perfect, relaxing end to an activity-filled day. Catch the soft river breezes and watch as Cambodia’s capital begins to light up and shimmer for the evening. Lets us inspire your journey !
Follow the tails of the civilization, in this tour, we will drive you through some of Cambodia's most beautiful countryside to your destination of the last religious Center of the Funan Kingdom, and it's "The Cradle of the Khmer civilization". Then back to the city of World Cultural heritage, Siem Reap is home to many temples. Connect your trip to Bat Dambang, the agricultural region and many colonial buildings are remained in tact. Lastly, you will travel back to Phnom Penh, the main Capital City of Cambodia for your very last night before farewell this great Kingdom.
Phnom Penh located on the banks of the Tonlé Sap and Mekong River, Phnom Penh has been the national capital since French colonization of Cambodia, and has grown to become the nation's center of economic and industrial activities, as well as the center of security, politics, cultural heritage, and diplomacy of Cambodia. Once known as the "Pearl of Asia," it was considered one of the loveliest French-built cities in Indochina in the 1920s. There are numbers of surviving French colonial buildings scattered along the grand boulevards. The city is the wealthiest and most populous city in Cambodia and is the country's political hub.