Central Market Phnom Penh

Central Market Phnom Penh: Our most recommended tours and activities

Phnom Penh: Hidden Gems City Walking Tour with a Local Guide

1. Phnom Penh: Hidden Gems City Walking Tour with a Local Guide

Embark on a journey with a local guide to explore the hidden gems of Phnom Penh. Visit must-see landmarks and sites that showcase the architecture, culture, and rich history of the city. As you start your walking tour, head to a hidden local temple at the back of an alley. Marvel at its architectural design that reflects the ancient history of Phnom Penh. Then, have a traditional glass of beer at a hidden microbrewery frequented by the locals. Next, visit an art gallery and see some handicrafts made in a local's house. You will also be taken to a secret viewpoint, an abandoned building, and beautiful street art where you can take stunning photos. Explore the Central Market, the Wat Phnom Temple, and the Independent Monument as well. Then, sample some exotic snacks or drinks as you take a rest. Your guide can also answer any questions you have about the city and its culture. The tour can finish at any place such as recommended bars, restaurants, museums, galleries, and more. Your guide can also help arrange local transportation back to your accommodation.

Phnom Penh: City and Silk Island Tour (no genocide sites)

2. Phnom Penh: City and Silk Island Tour (no genocide sites)

Explore the highlights of Phnom Penh on a thrilling tuk-tuk tour. Start with pickup from your accommodation and relax as your guide takes you to Independence Monument, a symbol of Cambodia's liberation from French rule. Admire its intricate Khmer design and learn about its historical significance. Next, pay homage to the revered King Father Norodom Sihanouk at his grand statue. Marvel at the imposing figure and learn about the legacy of this influential monarch who played a pivotal role in shaping Cambodia's modern history. Located nearby is the Royal Palace where you can visit inside and admire the beautiful architecture and take advantage of the photographic opportunities that the Royal Palace offers. Entry fee: $10 plus another $10 for a guide, or you can take a self-guided tour. There is no audio guide available. Pause outside the National Museum, a stunning example of traditional Khmer architecture. Admire the intricate facade adorned with intricate carvings and reliefs, offering a glimpse into Cambodia's rich cultural heritage. Discover the spiritual heart of Phnom Penh at Wat Ounalom, one of the city's oldest and most revered temples. Explore its peaceful grounds, adorned with ancient stupas and serene courtyard, and learn about its significance in Cambodian Buddhism. Immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere of Phnom Penh's Central Market, a vibrant hub of activity where you can purchase anything from the stalls from clothing to handmade crafts. Lunch can be negotiated as to when it is taken during the day. Buy a ticket ($1 USD) to ascend the steps up to historic Wat Phnom. Admire the serene beauty of this sacred site, and visit and learn about Lady Penh and the legend of the four Buddhas that she discovered and gave rise to the city's name. Next, view the splendor of the Golden Temple, a shimmering masterpiece. Snap photos of its golden architecture and intricate detail as you soak in the tranquility of this sacred sanctuary. Take a ferry across the Mighty Mekong River to Silk Island, a serene oasis. Learn about the full cycle of silk cloth making at the silk farm. Ticket entry $2. Venture through idyllic local villages before taking the return ferry and being dropped off at your hotel.

Phnom Penh City Tour by Tuk Tuk with English Speaking Guide

3. Phnom Penh City Tour by Tuk Tuk with English Speaking Guide

Our driver will be waiting for you at your hotel, ready to take you on an incredible journey. Royal Palace is your first stop are home to King Sihamoni and closed off to the public, but you will be able to visit the sacred Silver Pagoda that lies in the palace complex. This sacred site provides an opportunity to experience a unique part of Cambodian history, culture and art that no other place in the country can offer. Second stop, we will visit the Independence Monument in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, was built in 1958 to memorialize Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city. Then, head to Phnom Penh Central Market, also known as Phsar Thmey which means ‘New Market’, is one of the Cambodian capital's major landmarks. Whether you’re a shopping enthusiast who wants to gauge your haggling skills or a tourist interested in being a part of the bustling crowd, or just want to explore the amazing architectural wonders of the city Last stop, our driver will take you to Wat Phnom when exploring the city and it is a 14th-century Buddhist temple that stands at 27 meters tall, making it the highest religious structure in this area. This temple has a long history, offering visitors insight into the culture and religion of Cambodia. The complex features several highly decorated structures, including a large stupa at its center. You can expect to get back to Phnom Penh city around 12:30 pm or 6:30pm

Phnom Penh City Tour & Sunset Boat by Tuk- Tuk with Drinks

4. Phnom Penh City Tour & Sunset Boat by Tuk- Tuk with Drinks

Enjoy a haft day Tuk-Tuk tour of Phnom Penh and visit the city's most popular must-see attractions and landmarks and cruise through the stunning rivers, while uncovering hidden gems of this vibrant city that only a true local would know. After picking you up at the hotel, we will head to Phnom Penh Central Market, also known as Phsar Thmey which means ‘New Market’, which is one of the Cambodian capital's major landmarks. Whether you’re a shopping enthusiast who wants to gauge your haggling skills a tourist interested in being a part of the bustling crowd, or just want to explore the amazing architectural wonders of the city Second stop, our driver will take you to Wat Phnom where you take your own exploring the city and it is a 14th-century Buddhist temple that stands at 27 meters tall, making it the highest religious structure in this area. This temple has a long history, offering visitors insight into the culture and religion of Cambodia. The complex features several highly decorated structures, including a large stupa at its center. Next, we will visit the Independence Monument in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, was built in 1958 to memorialize Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city. After, we will head to a boat for a cruise along the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers. Relax and enjoy the sunset with free-flowing drinks (beer and soft drinks) and Canapé before heading back to your hotel. You can expect to get back to Phnom Penh city around 7:00 pm.

10 Tastings of Phnom Penh Foodie Tour

5. 10 Tastings of Phnom Penh Foodie Tour

Our guide will get you from hotel lobby @4:30PM and ride on TukTuk to first starting point to meet your fellow-travellers then Rock'n'roll... During this walk the you'll get to know the food culture by trying 10 different local tastings. The 10 tastings consist of a balanced variety of savory & sweet tastings and drinks. Along the way a minimum of 3 highlights will be pointed out. After this tour the guest will have a good insight on the local food culture and will have recommendations on where to go for a nice meal. After the tour a recipe will be shared by local host if the you would like it. your tour will estimate to finish @8:30PM then your guide will fix up how you go home. This culinary tour in Phnom Penh is a cultural journey that takes you further than the food you’ll eat. As you enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savory, sweet as well as drinks, you’ll also discover the city and its highlights. Stop to admire The Central Market, Wat Koh, and The river-front and hear about their local relevance from your guide as you hop from one food hot spot to the other - what can be better than that? Want to know what this food tour has in store for you? Your local foodie has you covered! And because sharing is caring, you and your group will get to try bites of famous dishes. The guide has carefully selected the tastings you’ll enjoy during this food tour. All of them passionate about food and city, know the best spots to get the most authentic and typical bites. he will be a part of a unique and flavorful experience catered to your taste buds. Looking for a vegetarian alternative? It’s possible! The tour has been created with alternative tastings to fit your preferences. Just let your guide know! The foodie locals are ready to take you on the best food tour in Phnom Penh. This Phnom Penh food tour can be 100% personalized to match your diet and allergies.

Phnom Penh City Tour and River Cruise By Vespa with drinks

6. Phnom Penh City Tour and River Cruise By Vespa with drinks

After picking you up at the hotel, we will head to Phnom Penh Central Market, also known as Phsar Thmey which means ‘New Market’, which is one of the Cambodian capital's major landmarks. Whether you’re a shopping enthusiast who wants to gauge your haggling skills a tourist interested in being a part of the bustling crowd, or just want to explore the amazing architectural wonders of the city Second stop, our driver will take you to Wat Phnom where you take your own exploring the city and it is a 14th-century Buddhist temple that stands at 27 meters tall, making it the highest religious structure in this area. This temple has a long history, offering visitors insight into the culture and religion of Cambodia. The complex features several highly decorated structures, including a large stupa at its center. Next, we will visit the Independence Monument in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, was built in 1958 to memorialize Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city. Continue our ride by Vespa to Koh Pich, also known as Diamond Island, is a man-made island located in the Mekong River. This island has become a popular destination with beautiful river view and local restaurants. Then, we will head to a boat for a cruise along the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers. Relax and enjoy the sunset with free-flowing drinks (beer and soft drinks) and Canapé before heading back to your hotel. You can expect to get back to Phnom Penh city around 7:30 pm.

Top-10 attractions in Phnom Penh|Discover a vibrant Capital

7. Top-10 attractions in Phnom Penh|Discover a vibrant Capital

Morning: Start your day to experience a cultural and historical site of Wat Phnom, the city's namesake temple located on a small hill. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings and observe the local worshippers. Next, visit Wat Ounnaloam to learn about the important Buddhist temple in society amongst Cambodian people. And after that exploring the Royal Palace complex, which houses the spectacular Silver Pagoda with its floor made of 5,000 silver tiles. Then continue to see National Museum to learn about Cambodia's rich history and culture, with a focus on Khmer art and artifacts. Seeing the independent monument which represents the freedom from the French colonial and head to see the statue of King Father Norodom Sihanouk a former king of Cambodia. Break for lunch at local restaurant to enjoy a traditional Khmer meal. Afternoon: Visit Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S-21): this haunting museum, which was once a high school converted into a prison during the Khmer Rouge regime. It offers a sobering insight into Cambodia's tragic past. After that going to Choeung Ek (Killing Fields): take a drive to the most well-known of the Khmer Rouge killing fields, where you can pay your respects to the victims of the genocide and learn more about this dark chapter in Cambodian history. Evening: Shopping at a well known local market- central market- where most local and foreign tourists choose souvenirs for friends and colleagues. Afterward to view sunset at Mekong Cruise that you can take a rest and relax on boat for a nice soft drink or beer with snacks, view sunset gradually and watch the beauty of the city from the river. This itinerary offers a mix of historical, cultural, and culinary experiences, providing a well-rounded overview of Phnom Penh City in just one day. Adjustments can be made based on personal preferences and interests. Enjoy your tour!

Private Phnom Penh Day Tour : Explore All Highlights Sites

8. Private Phnom Penh Day Tour : Explore All Highlights Sites

Explore the city of Phnom Penh and see its highlights on a guided private tour. See notable landmarks such as the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, and the Independence Monument. Begin the day's exploration with a visit to the historical sites on the city's outskirts, starting with the Killing Fields at Cheung Ek and the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum. Continue the journey with a visit to the residence of the royal family in Cambodia, the Royal Palace, which includes the Silver Pagoda. Explore the cultural and historical significance of this regal abode. Move on to Wat Phnom, the birthplace of the capital city, Phnom Penh, and then discover Wat Odnalom, the largest monastery in the city. Take in the sights of the Independent Monument and the statue of the King Father before making your way to the Central Market. Conclude the day's explorations with a transfer back to youtr hotel, reflecting on the rich history and vibrant culture of Phnom Penh.

Phnom Penh City tour & Koh Dach Silk Island Private Day Tour

9. Phnom Penh City tour & Koh Dach Silk Island Private Day Tour

- On the morning to explore the capital city Phnom Pehn, now is top economic zone of Cambodia for commercial and politic with many tourists attraction sites and we go to see first the historical site around the city to visit Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda as the treasure place of Cambodia and then continue to visit Wat Phnom, Independence Monument, Wat Odnaloam and Central Market and it is the famous market in the capital city Phnom Pehn - On the Afternoon is another enjoyable trip to explore lifestyle of people on Koh Dach Silk Island, which is a traditional weaving village, You will also visit a Silk Farm, Buddhist monastery and the children in a local school, it is subject to the school schedule that day.

Angkor Wat : 2-Day Private Tours For Family

10. Angkor Wat : 2-Day Private Tours For Family

Day1: Bantey Srei – Grand Circuit – Market You will have breakfast at the hotel, and then at 8:30 we will proceed to explore the Banteay Srei Temple. This temple is located in the rural area and appears smaller compared to the other Angkor temples. It is regarded as the masterpiece of classical Khmer art. On our way back to the Angkor Archaeological Park, we will make stops at several temples of the Grand Circuit such as Mebon, Neak Pean, and Preah Khan temples. At the Angkor Archaeological Park, we will have lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, we will visit the Central Market and give you a tour of the place. Once we are done with the central market, we will return to the hotel. In the evening, at 6:00 PM, we will pick you up for dinner. This tour will last for 8 hours.  Day1: Angkor Thom – Ta Prohm – Angkor Wat Sunrise We will pick up you from hotel at 5:00 For Sunrise. Then continue to see Angkor Wat inside. Angkor Wat is one of the most religious significant temples in Angkor.  It’s also the largest and best-preserved temple in the area. People are often impressed by its size and layout.  After Angkor Wat, the tour begins at Angkor Thom. This complex covers an area of 10 square kilometers and is enclosed by a wall and wide moats. The city includes many of Angkor’s most popular sites. You will enter by the monumental South Gate, which has statues of demons and gods on either side. These statues are each carrying a giant Naga. You will then continue to the mysterious Bayon Temple. Afterward, we will visit the Ta Prohm Temple, which is one of the most popular attractions in Angkor. This is because much of the jungle has not been cleared around it, making it look similar to how the Angkor monuments would have looked when European explorers first found them. We will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in the Angkor Archaeological Park. After lunch, we will come back to hotel. In the evening, 6:00 Pm we will pick up for dinner. Explore the ancient temples of Angkor Wat with your family on a private 2-day tour. Our experienced guides will take you to the most popular temples, as well as some lesser-known gems. We'll tailor the tour to your interests and make sure you have a memorable experience.

26 activities found
Sort by:

Top sights near Central Market Phnom Penh

Central Market Phnom Penh: Our most recommended tours and activities

Phnom Penh: Hidden Gems City Walking Tour with a Local Guide

Phnom Penh: Hidden Gems City Walking Tour with a Local Guide

Embark on a journey with a local guide to explore the hidden gems of Phnom Penh. Visit must-see landmarks and sites that showcase the architecture, culture, and rich history of the city. As you start your walking tour, head to a hidden local temple at the back of an alley. Marvel at its architectural design that reflects the ancient history of Phnom Penh. Then, have a traditional glass of beer at a hidden microbrewery frequented by the locals. Next, visit an art gallery and see some handicrafts made in a local's house. You will also be taken to a secret viewpoint, an abandoned building, and beautiful street art where you can take stunning photos. Explore the Central Market, the Wat Phnom Temple, and the Independent Monument as well. Then, sample some exotic snacks or drinks as you take a rest. Your guide can also answer any questions you have about the city and its culture. The tour can finish at any place such as recommended bars, restaurants, museums, galleries, and more. Your guide can also help arrange local transportation back to your accommodation.

Phnom Penh: City and Silk Island Tour (no genocide sites)

Phnom Penh: City and Silk Island Tour (no genocide sites)

Explore the highlights of Phnom Penh on a thrilling tuk-tuk tour. Start with pickup from your accommodation and relax as your guide takes you to Independence Monument, a symbol of Cambodia's liberation from French rule. Admire its intricate Khmer design and learn about its historical significance. Next, pay homage to the revered King Father Norodom Sihanouk at his grand statue. Marvel at the imposing figure and learn about the legacy of this influential monarch who played a pivotal role in shaping Cambodia's modern history. Located nearby is the Royal Palace where you can visit inside and admire the beautiful architecture and take advantage of the photographic opportunities that the Royal Palace offers. Entry fee: $10 plus another $10 for a guide, or you can take a self-guided tour. There is no audio guide available. Pause outside the National Museum, a stunning example of traditional Khmer architecture. Admire the intricate facade adorned with intricate carvings and reliefs, offering a glimpse into Cambodia's rich cultural heritage. Discover the spiritual heart of Phnom Penh at Wat Ounalom, one of the city's oldest and most revered temples. Explore its peaceful grounds, adorned with ancient stupas and serene courtyard, and learn about its significance in Cambodian Buddhism. Immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere of Phnom Penh's Central Market, a vibrant hub of activity where you can purchase anything from the stalls from clothing to handmade crafts. Lunch can be negotiated as to when it is taken during the day. Buy a ticket ($1 USD) to ascend the steps up to historic Wat Phnom. Admire the serene beauty of this sacred site, and visit and learn about Lady Penh and the legend of the four Buddhas that she discovered and gave rise to the city's name. Next, view the splendor of the Golden Temple, a shimmering masterpiece. Snap photos of its golden architecture and intricate detail as you soak in the tranquility of this sacred sanctuary. Take a ferry across the Mighty Mekong River to Silk Island, a serene oasis. Learn about the full cycle of silk cloth making at the silk farm. Ticket entry $2. Venture through idyllic local villages before taking the return ferry and being dropped off at your hotel.

Phnom Penh City Tour by Tuk Tuk with English Speaking Guide

Phnom Penh City Tour by Tuk Tuk with English Speaking Guide

Our driver will be waiting for you at your hotel, ready to take you on an incredible journey. Royal Palace is your first stop are home to King Sihamoni and closed off to the public, but you will be able to visit the sacred Silver Pagoda that lies in the palace complex. This sacred site provides an opportunity to experience a unique part of Cambodian history, culture and art that no other place in the country can offer. Second stop, we will visit the Independence Monument in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, was built in 1958 to memorialize Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city. Then, head to Phnom Penh Central Market, also known as Phsar Thmey which means ‘New Market’, is one of the Cambodian capital's major landmarks. Whether you’re a shopping enthusiast who wants to gauge your haggling skills or a tourist interested in being a part of the bustling crowd, or just want to explore the amazing architectural wonders of the city Last stop, our driver will take you to Wat Phnom when exploring the city and it is a 14th-century Buddhist temple that stands at 27 meters tall, making it the highest religious structure in this area. This temple has a long history, offering visitors insight into the culture and religion of Cambodia. The complex features several highly decorated structures, including a large stupa at its center. You can expect to get back to Phnom Penh city around 12:30 pm or 6:30pm

Phnom Penh City Tour & Sunset Boat by Tuk- Tuk with Drinks

Phnom Penh City Tour & Sunset Boat by Tuk- Tuk with Drinks

Enjoy a haft day Tuk-Tuk tour of Phnom Penh and visit the city's most popular must-see attractions and landmarks and cruise through the stunning rivers, while uncovering hidden gems of this vibrant city that only a true local would know. After picking you up at the hotel, we will head to Phnom Penh Central Market, also known as Phsar Thmey which means ‘New Market’, which is one of the Cambodian capital's major landmarks. Whether you’re a shopping enthusiast who wants to gauge your haggling skills a tourist interested in being a part of the bustling crowd, or just want to explore the amazing architectural wonders of the city Second stop, our driver will take you to Wat Phnom where you take your own exploring the city and it is a 14th-century Buddhist temple that stands at 27 meters tall, making it the highest religious structure in this area. This temple has a long history, offering visitors insight into the culture and religion of Cambodia. The complex features several highly decorated structures, including a large stupa at its center. Next, we will visit the Independence Monument in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, was built in 1958 to memorialize Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city. After, we will head to a boat for a cruise along the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers. Relax and enjoy the sunset with free-flowing drinks (beer and soft drinks) and Canapé before heading back to your hotel. You can expect to get back to Phnom Penh city around 7:00 pm.

10 Tastings of Phnom Penh Foodie Tour

10 Tastings of Phnom Penh Foodie Tour

Our guide will get you from hotel lobby @4:30PM and ride on TukTuk to first starting point to meet your fellow-travellers then Rock'n'roll... During this walk the you'll get to know the food culture by trying 10 different local tastings. The 10 tastings consist of a balanced variety of savory & sweet tastings and drinks. Along the way a minimum of 3 highlights will be pointed out. After this tour the guest will have a good insight on the local food culture and will have recommendations on where to go for a nice meal. After the tour a recipe will be shared by local host if the you would like it. your tour will estimate to finish @8:30PM then your guide will fix up how you go home. This culinary tour in Phnom Penh is a cultural journey that takes you further than the food you’ll eat. As you enjoy authentic local bites ranging from savory, sweet as well as drinks, you’ll also discover the city and its highlights. Stop to admire The Central Market, Wat Koh, and The river-front and hear about their local relevance from your guide as you hop from one food hot spot to the other - what can be better than that? Want to know what this food tour has in store for you? Your local foodie has you covered! And because sharing is caring, you and your group will get to try bites of famous dishes. The guide has carefully selected the tastings you’ll enjoy during this food tour. All of them passionate about food and city, know the best spots to get the most authentic and typical bites. he will be a part of a unique and flavorful experience catered to your taste buds. Looking for a vegetarian alternative? It’s possible! The tour has been created with alternative tastings to fit your preferences. Just let your guide know! The foodie locals are ready to take you on the best food tour in Phnom Penh. This Phnom Penh food tour can be 100% personalized to match your diet and allergies.

Phnom Penh City Tour and River Cruise By Vespa with drinks

Phnom Penh City Tour and River Cruise By Vespa with drinks

After picking you up at the hotel, we will head to Phnom Penh Central Market, also known as Phsar Thmey which means ‘New Market’, which is one of the Cambodian capital's major landmarks. Whether you’re a shopping enthusiast who wants to gauge your haggling skills a tourist interested in being a part of the bustling crowd, or just want to explore the amazing architectural wonders of the city Second stop, our driver will take you to Wat Phnom where you take your own exploring the city and it is a 14th-century Buddhist temple that stands at 27 meters tall, making it the highest religious structure in this area. This temple has a long history, offering visitors insight into the culture and religion of Cambodia. The complex features several highly decorated structures, including a large stupa at its center. Next, we will visit the Independence Monument in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, was built in 1958 to memorialize Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city. Continue our ride by Vespa to Koh Pich, also known as Diamond Island, is a man-made island located in the Mekong River. This island has become a popular destination with beautiful river view and local restaurants. Then, we will head to a boat for a cruise along the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers. Relax and enjoy the sunset with free-flowing drinks (beer and soft drinks) and Canapé before heading back to your hotel. You can expect to get back to Phnom Penh city around 7:30 pm.

Top-10 attractions in Phnom Penh|Discover a vibrant Capital

Top-10 attractions in Phnom Penh|Discover a vibrant Capital

Morning: Start your day to experience a cultural and historical site of Wat Phnom, the city's namesake temple located on a small hill. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings and observe the local worshippers. Next, visit Wat Ounnaloam to learn about the important Buddhist temple in society amongst Cambodian people. And after that exploring the Royal Palace complex, which houses the spectacular Silver Pagoda with its floor made of 5,000 silver tiles. Then continue to see National Museum to learn about Cambodia's rich history and culture, with a focus on Khmer art and artifacts. Seeing the independent monument which represents the freedom from the French colonial and head to see the statue of King Father Norodom Sihanouk a former king of Cambodia. Break for lunch at local restaurant to enjoy a traditional Khmer meal. Afternoon: Visit Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S-21): this haunting museum, which was once a high school converted into a prison during the Khmer Rouge regime. It offers a sobering insight into Cambodia's tragic past. After that going to Choeung Ek (Killing Fields): take a drive to the most well-known of the Khmer Rouge killing fields, where you can pay your respects to the victims of the genocide and learn more about this dark chapter in Cambodian history. Evening: Shopping at a well known local market- central market- where most local and foreign tourists choose souvenirs for friends and colleagues. Afterward to view sunset at Mekong Cruise that you can take a rest and relax on boat for a nice soft drink or beer with snacks, view sunset gradually and watch the beauty of the city from the river. This itinerary offers a mix of historical, cultural, and culinary experiences, providing a well-rounded overview of Phnom Penh City in just one day. Adjustments can be made based on personal preferences and interests. Enjoy your tour!

Private Phnom Penh Day Tour : Explore All Highlights Sites

Private Phnom Penh Day Tour : Explore All Highlights Sites

Explore the city of Phnom Penh and see its highlights on a guided private tour. See notable landmarks such as the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, and the Independence Monument. Begin the day's exploration with a visit to the historical sites on the city's outskirts, starting with the Killing Fields at Cheung Ek and the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum. Continue the journey with a visit to the residence of the royal family in Cambodia, the Royal Palace, which includes the Silver Pagoda. Explore the cultural and historical significance of this regal abode. Move on to Wat Phnom, the birthplace of the capital city, Phnom Penh, and then discover Wat Odnalom, the largest monastery in the city. Take in the sights of the Independent Monument and the statue of the King Father before making your way to the Central Market. Conclude the day's explorations with a transfer back to youtr hotel, reflecting on the rich history and vibrant culture of Phnom Penh.

Phnom Penh City tour & Koh Dach Silk Island Private Day Tour

Phnom Penh City tour & Koh Dach Silk Island Private Day Tour

- On the morning to explore the capital city Phnom Pehn, now is top economic zone of Cambodia for commercial and politic with many tourists attraction sites and we go to see first the historical site around the city to visit Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda as the treasure place of Cambodia and then continue to visit Wat Phnom, Independence Monument, Wat Odnaloam and Central Market and it is the famous market in the capital city Phnom Pehn - On the Afternoon is another enjoyable trip to explore lifestyle of people on Koh Dach Silk Island, which is a traditional weaving village, You will also visit a Silk Farm, Buddhist monastery and the children in a local school, it is subject to the school schedule that day.

Angkor Wat : 2-Day Private Tours For Family

Angkor Wat : 2-Day Private Tours For Family

Day1: Bantey Srei – Grand Circuit – Market You will have breakfast at the hotel, and then at 8:30 we will proceed to explore the Banteay Srei Temple. This temple is located in the rural area and appears smaller compared to the other Angkor temples. It is regarded as the masterpiece of classical Khmer art. On our way back to the Angkor Archaeological Park, we will make stops at several temples of the Grand Circuit such as Mebon, Neak Pean, and Preah Khan temples. At the Angkor Archaeological Park, we will have lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, we will visit the Central Market and give you a tour of the place. Once we are done with the central market, we will return to the hotel. In the evening, at 6:00 PM, we will pick you up for dinner. This tour will last for 8 hours.  Day1: Angkor Thom – Ta Prohm – Angkor Wat Sunrise We will pick up you from hotel at 5:00 For Sunrise. Then continue to see Angkor Wat inside. Angkor Wat is one of the most religious significant temples in Angkor.  It’s also the largest and best-preserved temple in the area. People are often impressed by its size and layout.  After Angkor Wat, the tour begins at Angkor Thom. This complex covers an area of 10 square kilometers and is enclosed by a wall and wide moats. The city includes many of Angkor’s most popular sites. You will enter by the monumental South Gate, which has statues of demons and gods on either side. These statues are each carrying a giant Naga. You will then continue to the mysterious Bayon Temple. Afterward, we will visit the Ta Prohm Temple, which is one of the most popular attractions in Angkor. This is because much of the jungle has not been cleared around it, making it look similar to how the Angkor monuments would have looked when European explorers first found them. We will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in the Angkor Archaeological Park. After lunch, we will come back to hotel. In the evening, 6:00 Pm we will pick up for dinner. Explore the ancient temples of Angkor Wat with your family on a private 2-day tour. Our experienced guides will take you to the most popular temples, as well as some lesser-known gems. We'll tailor the tour to your interests and make sure you have a memorable experience.

Top Attractions in Phnom Penh

Things to Do in Central Market Phnom Penh

Cities in Cambodia

Other Sightseeing Options in Central Market Phnom Penh

Want to discover all there is to do in Central Market Phnom Penh? Click here for a full list.