Phnom Penh Stopover, 3 days

Tour Overview

See the best of Phnom Penh over this three day trip, taking in religious and historic monuments, memorials to the horrific Cambodian genocide and the city’s vibrant culture. 

This three day trip allows presents the highlights of Cambodia’s fascinating capital - Phnom Penh. With it’s intoxicating mix of Cambodian, French and Chinese cultures, this up-and-coming city boasts historic sites alongside bustling markets, hip bars and cafes as well as a word-class food scene. We will visit the spectacular Royal Palace complex - currently home to the royal family - including the famous Silver Pagoda. We will see the National Museum of Cambodia and Wat Phnom, the tallest religious structure in the city. We will remember the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge regime, with visits to the Tuol Sleng Museum - a former high school used as centre for interrogation and torture during the genocide - and the infamous Killing Fields just outside the city. We will explore the colourful Central Market to shop the vast array of local produce sold there.

Tour Information

  • Easy
  • No Limit
  • Classic Travel
  • Architecture Cruise Culture

Tour HighLight

+ Experience Phnom Penh’s highlights across three days, with visits to the city’s Royal Palace Complex, religious monuments, genocide memorials and the Central Market

+ Learn about the history of the city and country, including the dark period of the Khmer Rouge regime

+ Enjoy free time in Phnom Penh to explore the city and try delicious local food

+ Private airport transfers and experienced, knowledgeable local guides ensure that you will get the most out of your trip

Tour Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival – Phnom Penh

Greeted  at airport by our guide and driven to hotel. Check in hotel and have free time.

OVERNIGHT: Phnom Penh MEALS: No

On arrival at Phnom Penh Airport, you are greeted by our guide and taken to your hotel by private transfer. You may have free time to relax and catch your first glimpse of Phnom Penh. This bustling capital city of Cambodia  favorably located at the confluence of the Mekong, Tonle Sap, and Tonle Bassac Rivers has long remained little more than a large village. However, it became the permanent capital of Cambodia since 1866 and had developed into a sizeable, largely French designed city, once known as the Pearl of Asia. The crossroads of cultures, peoples and worlds have made Phnom Penh on the edge of everything. We can find the Cambodian elements together with the Chinese and French influences in the gleaming temples, sidewalk coffee,  vibrant markets, and colonial structures and tree lined boulevards amidst the monumental Angkorian architecture. The cityscape undergoes rapid changes from the ashes to take its place among the hip capitals of the region, with an alluring cafe culture, bustling bars, world-class food scene and international chains of hotel.

Day 2

Phnom Penh

Spend this day exploring Phnom Penh with Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, National Museum of Cambodia. And Wat Phnom. Continue seeing Toul Sleng Museum and Killing Fields before strolling around Central Market.

OVERNIGHT: Phnom Penh MEALS: Breakfast

Day 3

Phnom Penh – Departure

Check out hotel and transfer to  airport for departure

OVERNIGHT: No MEALS: No

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What are Included?

Tour Transport:

Car, minivan or bus, private or joint boat , train,  mentioned  flights ( 20kg luggage allowance )

Tour Accommodation:

2 nights at hotel  on twin sharing basis

Included Meals:

2 breakfast (B)

Guide/Leader:

English speaking guide. French , Germany , Spanish, Italian, Russian  speaking guide can be arranged with on request.

Tour Activities:

Sightseeing tour of Phnom Penh  with entrance fee

What are Excluded?

 

Transport  to Siem Reap/from Phnom Penh , Optional services ( extra activities, pre /post night, airport -hotel -airport transfer)

Visa fee to Cambodia and  travel insurance

Tipping for tour guide/ leader, driver and local service

Single room on request and personal expenses

How are Hotels?

NO LISTING

Tour document

To make your trip more convenient, we would like to provide quick facts to ensure that you have the right travel documents.

 

PASSPORT & VISA

The passport must have six-months validity remaining and one blank page for entry stamp. To enter Cambodia, foreigners require a valid visa, except  nationals of certain countries, which may visit  Cambodia without visa for a period of time. You are required to contact our sales dep. to get the update visa exemption.

 

VACCINATION

At this time, no vaccination is required, but you should check with your doctor the health  information of Cambodia.

 

CUSTOM REGULATION

Based on the current custom regulation of Cambodia , visitors can get free import : 400 cigarettes or 100 cigars or 400 grams of tobacco,  2 liters of alcohol or wine,  350 milliliters of perfume or eau de toilette, personal effects.

Currently, goods worth more than USD 100 are subject to customs duty and taxes and goods with a value of more than USD 300 must be declared on a Customs Declaration Form.

The foreign currency in amounts exceeding USD 10,000.- (in cash or checks) must be declared on arrival or departure.

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