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Phnom Penh Tours - 04days

This Phnom Penh package tour is designed for those who wish to stay in Phnom Penh for 04days/03nights. This package is different from others since it is included Koh Dach, the silk weaving villages.


Koh Dach is located 30 kilometers along the Mekong River and it is roughly 15 kilometers northeast of Phnom Penh. However, this package never misses to include other popular attractions in Phnom Penh. Royal palace, Silver Pagoda, National Museum, Wat Phnom, Cheung Ek killing field, Tuol Sleng genocidal museum, Russian market and independence monument are also discovered by this package.

Tour Name: Wonderful Phnom Penh – 04days
Duration: 04Days/ 03Nights

Tour Summary

Day1: Phnom Penh Arrival – Silver Pagoda – Royal Palace – National Museum – Wat Phnom – Boat cruise to see Sunset
Day2: Cheung Ek killing field – Tuol Sleng – Wat Ouknaloam - Russian Market
Day3: Phnom Penh Tours -  Koh Dach – Independence Monument – Victoria Park – Night market
Day4: Phnom Penh departure

Detailed Tour Itinerary:

phnompenh_400_niceDAY 01 : PHNOM PENH ARRIVAL – PHNOM PENH TOUR (L)

AM: After arrived in Phnom Penh, the guests will be met by our tour guide and transferred to their hotel. We take a city tour and see the Silver Pagoda, the Royal Palace - Built in 1866, the site contains various buildings of interest, including the Khmer-style Throne Hall. South of the Throne Hall are the Royal Treasury and the Villa of Napoleon III, built in Egypt in 1866, for the opening of the Suez Canal , and was later presented to the Cambodian king as a gift. The famous Silver Pagoda, originally constructed of wood in 1866, was expanded in 1962 by King Sihanouk who had the floor inlaid with 5,329 solid silver tiles, hence its name. Tours continue to National Museum – North of the palace grounds, the building was designed in Khmer-style, in 1920, by a French architect, and contains important artifacts and sculptures from the Angkor era and earlier. Lunch in local restaurant.

PM: After lunch we will visit to Wat Phnom – a symbol of the capital city Phnom Penh and regularly used for prayer, small offerings, and meditation. The tour continues to River front and take boat cruise to see sunset on Mekong river. Overnight stay in Phnom Penh.

AM: After breakfast in the hotel, we will tour the Choeung Ek Killing Field - 15km southwest of the city centre is one of the many sites of Khmer Rouge mass executions. The exhumed skulls of some 8,000 souls, arranged by sex and age, are displayed behind glass panels in the Memorial Stupa, which was erected in 1988. Although some were killed and buried at Toul Sleng, most victims were driven out to Choeung Ek at night by truck. Then we continue to Toul Sleng Genocide Museum – originally built as a secondary school named Tuol Svay Prey High School in 1960, during the reign of Preah Batnorodom Sihanouk. The Khmer Rouge converted this into a torture and interrogation centre to extract 'confessions' of anti-government sentiment. Lunch in Restaurant.

PM: In the afternoon, we visit to Wat Oudnalaom pagoda – Built in 1443 to enshrine a sacred hair of the Buddha, and located north of the National Museum of Arts, this temple is considered the seat of Cambodian Buddhism. When the Khmer Rouge evacuated Phnom Penh in 1975, they vandalized the building and murdered the Abbot along with many of the 500 monks who lived there. Then we go shopping at the famous Russian Market, or the Central Market. Overnight in Phnom Penh.

AM: After breakfast we will take a ferry to Koh Dach – the famous island, located 30 kilometers along the Mekong River and it is roughly 15 kilometers northeast of Phnom Penh. On Koh Dach visitors can visit a silk weaving village and watch the woven silk on old looms. The island is also famous for its handicraft production, pottery, osier craftwork, woodcarving, painting and jewelry cutting. This traditional silk weaving village of handicraft production is the best place to buy home some excellent souvenirs. Lunch in local restaurant.

PM: In the afternoon we will visit to Independent Monument – commemorates the end of French's rule over Cambodia in 1953. The one hundred nagas and motifs can be seen in historic, cultural and modern day. It is also used to commemorate the souls of fallen to combatants who down their lives for the country's freedom, Victoria Park, Night Market. Dinner and overnight stay in Phnom Penh.

After breakfast, guests have free time until their departure transfer.

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  • Accommodation with daily breakfast in hotel
  • Transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle as indicated in the itinerary
  • English speaking tour guide
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary (Half board)
  • All entrance fees to sites as indicated in itinerary
  • Boat cruise on Mekong river
  • Ferry fee to Koh Dach
  • Cold mineral water and fresh towels during tours


  • Airport Tax and personal expenses
  • Travel insurance and optional tours
  • Other expenses NOT mentioned as included above



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