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  • Before you head to Phnom Penh to enjoy a tour, read this to know what all things will be making Phnom Penh nightlife very famous. The city lulled by the river shines all through the night; it is stunning always by which more people flow toward. Strolling through the local streets shows you the utmost beauty of celebrated nightlife closer. Despite being a small area in Cambodia, it has umpteen attractive sights in its store. Highly recognized bars, pubs, pubs, restaurants, food streets, shops make the city alive irrespective of time.

    The scintillating illuminated buildings add extra charm to the exotic beauty of the city located riverfront. To be noted, food and drinks are taken as the lead items that make the city’s nightlife exciting beyond imagination.

    Here are some of the best places to experience Phnom Penh Nightlife:

  • 01Food Tour During Night in Phnom Penh

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    About the Activity:
    • Embark in this exciting food tour during night at Phnom Pehn and get a chance to taste from the Thai delicacies.
    • Get picked up from your hotel in the evening by a tul tuk and begin your night tour,
    • Lean about some of the interesting facts about the city and the culture from your guide.
    • This walking tour will take you to the main streets in town, meet up friendly locals, taste street foods and enjoy the local nightlife.
    • Stop by market stalls and taste many popular and delicious dishes, such as rice field crabs in papaya salad, freshwater prawns and fish with mango sauce.
    • Also learn how to prepare these mouthwatering dishes.
    • Conclude your tour after 4 hours and get dropped back at your hotel.
    • This tour is a customized tour and can be availed at your convenience.


  • 02California 2 Café and Guesthouse

    Being an affordable accommodation, California 2 Café and Guesthouse is visited by various tourists and expats who share important knowledge about the historical and cultural heritage of the country. True to its name, there is a strong American influence in the parties that are conducted here.

    Highlights - currently, there are 10 guest rooms furnished with excellent interiors for the benefit of guests. This café cum guesthouse is located on the river street and is in the midst of attractive nightlife. The rooms are furnished with televisions and all other basic features. Established in 1994, this café is always crowded with expats.



    Location
    – Preah Sisowath Quay, Phnom Pehn.

    Price – Rooms are available from USD57onwards. Watch out for updates from the café to get good deals on rooms and drinks.

    Timings – The bar is open 24/7.
  • 03Candy Bar

    It is one of the most sought after hostess bars in Phnom Penh. Located in close proximity to the riverfront, this bar a hot property among local and international guests . Comfortable interiors, cushioned seating, great music, highly-hospitable staff, affordable drinks and snacks and a soothing overall ambience make this bar one of the top attractions in the nightlife of Phnom Penh.

    Highlights – Don’t forget to taste their authentic Khmer, Western and Thai dishes when you order your drinks. When you are done with eating, you can take off some time for yourself to enjoy at the pool table at the bar. This bar has made its mark as one of the better known sports bar in Phnom Penh.

    Location – Close to the Phnom Penh riverfront.

    Price – Draft beer available from USD1.25.

    Timings – Open 24/7; happy hours last between 9AM and 7PM.

  • 04Chiva’s Shack Bar, Restaurant & Guesthouse

    This was one of the best bar-cum-restaurants in Cambodia, as they did a lot of good work for charity as well. However, a massive fire that occurred in July 2012 burnt down the entire bar and now nothing remains here.

    Highlights – Chiva’s Shack Bar, Restaurant & Guesthouse was known for its excellent barbeques. The quality and taste that was served here is still missed by many of its loyal customers. This was run by the same group that managed the even more famous Shack Bar at Sihanoukville. The major highlights of this bar were its cheap but nice accommodation, large quantities of food and beer and highly hospitable staff.

    Location – It was located in Street 130, in close proximity to the Kiwi Bakery.

    Price – Rooms were available for as low as USD3 with all facilities and benefits.

    Timings – Happy hours lasted between 3PM to 9PM every day when guests could get a great deal on their drinks.
  • 05Foreign Correspondents’ Club (FCC)

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    One of the most recognised and reputed bars in Phnom Penh, the FCC (Foreign Correspondents’ Club) is located on the main strip of the city’s riverside. This is a place which is frequented by many tourists all through the year. You will be blown away by the stupendous view of the riverfront, which you get from the open balcony of the FCC. The building in which FCC is located in, is one of the oldest in Phnom Penh and is amazingly beautiful, thanks to its colonial style of architecture.

    Highlights – Most of the guests and tourists come to FCC because of the fusion cuisine offered here. Traditional Khmer mixed with strong flavours of French cuisine makes the dishes taste absolutely delicious at this joint. Enjoy drinks with your friends at FCC’s rooftop bar, enjoying the buzzling city below.

    Location - Main Sisowath Quay.

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    Price
    – Beer Bottles cost around USD3.50 and imported beer bottles are available from USD4.

    Timings – 7AM to 12 midnight;

    Happy hours – 5Pm-7PM.
  • 06Howie Bar

    If you are looking for place that is open into the late hours of night when you are enjoying the nightlife of Phnom Penh, Howie Bar comes to your rescue as it is open for a longer time than most of the other bars that are in the vicinity. One of the best parts of Howie is that you can hold up a conversation with almost all anybody who comes here. Locals, tourists and expats visit this bar frequently. Staff members are very friendly and the price is definitely worth the price it demands.

    Highlights – Situated in close proximity to famous joints like Heart of Darkness and Pontoon nightclub, Howie Bar is one of the most entertaining nightspots in Phnom Penh. This is also one of the safest bars in the city, provided you don’t stay for too long here.



    Location
    – Street 51, Phnom Penh.

    Price – A cocktail costs around USD3.50; prices are indeed steep here.

    Timings – Open 24/7.
  • 07Lobby Lounge & Bar

    If you are willing to visit a luxury bar and pay a little extra for the ambience and high quality of services, you should visit the Lobby Lounge and Bar in Phnom Penh. Part of the Intercontinental Hotels & Resorts, the Lobby Lounge & Bar offers the best wine and cheese in the locality.

    Highlights – Come here to enjoy a relaxing morning coffee or celebrate with an impressive range of cocktails in the evening with friends. Irrespective of what you are looking for, you will get full enjoyment when you come here. You will be impressed with the exhaustive selection of snacks and drinks that are on the offing at this bar.

    Location – Strategically located in Mao Tse Toung Blvd, between the International Airport and riverside of Phnom Penh.

    Price – The bar gives out prices only upon request.

    Timings – The Lobby Lounge and Bar is open from 9AM to 11PM. 
  • 08Pit Stop Bar

    If you are looking for a bar with a great relaxing feel and lounge facilities, Pit Stop Bar is the place to be. Located in a street which is lined with other bars and nightspots, Pit Stop Bar has managed to attract customers to a great extent due to its excellent service and variety of food.

    Highlights – Friendly customer service, soothing music as per the requests of customers, reasonably priced food and drinks, lounge facilities that offer relaxation, free pool tables, great ambience, amazing variety of cocktails and a rich Khmer history are some of the points that work in favour of Pit Stop Bar.

    Location – Street 51 of Phnom Penh riverside.

    Price – Drinks and food are priced between USD3 and USD20.

    Timings – Pit Stop Bar is open from 6PM to 3AM.
  • 09Riverside Bistro

    One of the best places to enjoy Phnom Penh’s buzzing nightlife, the Riverside Bistro is a hot favourite among tourists from across the globe. This is because this bar doesn’t keep its guests bored even for a minute. There are lots of fun-things and activities offered at the bar to keep guests hooked on till the wee hours of night.

    Highlights – Riverside Bistro is one of the few places in Phnom Penh where a live band performs for the guests, playing songs based on their request. All kinds of songs like the old classics, rock music, pop and other gems are played by the band here. Asian and Western cuisine are available at this bar, making the food absolutely delicious. With great interiors and excellent customer satisfaction, this bar is definitely a top attraction in Cambodia.

    Location – Street 148 of Phnom Penh riverside.

    Price – Local and imported beer bottles start from USD2.50 and USD3 respectively.

    Timings – 7AM to late night hours.
  • 10Rory’s Irish Pub & Guesthouse

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    There are few bars in Phnom Penh that scream of a high Irish influence in the capital city of Phnom Penh in Cambodia. Rory’s Irish Pub & Guesthouse is one of them.

    Highlights – With excellent Irish food and drinks, loud and smoky bars, Rory’s Irish Pub and Guesthouse offers an impressive and exhaustive collection of wine and drinks for its guests. A large number of expats are found in this bar during all days of the week as they love the rich and authentic Irish whisky and trademark dishes like Irish stew, beef, fish& chips and other exotic dishes served here. The best part of this bar is that it is located right next to the national museum, thereby attracting more tourists with every passing day.

    Location – Street 178, Phnom Penh, near National Museum.

    Price – Affordable range of beer and drinks.

    Guesthouse cost – USD11per room. Rooms facing Royal Palace and National Museum – USD30.

    Timings – 7AM to 12 midnight. 
  • 11Rubies Wine Bar

    Rubies Wine Bar is named this way, because it is known for its wide variety of exotic wines. The place offers some of the best wines in the world, which is why it has many repeat customers during the weekend.

    Highlights - Though it is not located in the area where there are other nightspots, many people still visit Rubies Wine Bar because the dishes and drinks offered here are absolutely top class. Soothing music, wonderful interiors, friendly staff, affordable drinks, world-class wines, free Wi-Fi, excellent cuisine and personalised services are some of the highlights of Rubies Wine Bar.



    Location
    – Oknha Chuun Street 240.

    Price –Draught beer –USD2, Imported beer – USD3, Glass of wine – USD3.5, Standard drinks – USD3, Cocktail – USD3.50 and so on.

    Timings – 10AM to 1AM or 2AM (weekends). 
  • 12Shanghai Bar

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    If you are looking for a hostess bar that has been in the business for a long time and that has made a mark for itself in this industry, it is the Shanghai Bar located right in the heart of the Cambodian capital city, Phnom Penh.

    Highlights – Shanghai Bar is still as popular today as it was during the olden days,because the quality of services and food offered here. It is considered as the true representation of Phnom Penh’s nightlife today. People from all over the globe visit here in large numbers, especially during the weekends to get a feel of this bar. Known for its great hostesses and reasonable prices, this bar is definitely one of the leaders when it comes to night bars in Phnom Penh.

    Location – Street 51 of Phnom Penh riverside.

    Price – Draught Beer, Imported Beer and Standard drinks – USD2.50 onwards and Lady Drink – USD3 onwards.

    Timings – 4PM until late into night; happy hours from 6PM to 9PM.
  • 13Sharky Bar & Restaurant

    Sharky Bar is one of the Phnom Penh’s oldest night bars and is still popular among local and international tourists coming here in large numbers, especially during the weekend. The reason why weekends is quite crowded here is because of the live music band which plays songs as per the request of guests.

    Highlights – Come to this night bar on your vacation to get a true feeling of what nightlife in Phnom Penh is exactly like. You will never know the time once you are inside the bar, because there are lots of activities like soothing music and pool tables to keep you engaged. You can also get a good selection of Tex-Mex, Thai and Western cuisine here to accompany your drinks.

    Location – Street 130 of Phnom Penh riverside.

    Price – USD1 for Angkor draft beer and USD2 for Cranbulkas.

    Timings – 4PM to late hours; happy hours – 5PM to 8PM.
  • 14Sport Bar

    In the recent past, Phnom Penh has witness the opening of many night clubs and restaurants. Sport Bar is one of them.



    Highlights – Though originally set up to serve as an exclusive sports bar in the Cambodian capital city, Sport Bar is now entertaining guests with a wide variety of music like hip-hop, rock, classics and more. Loud music, open-air ambience, friendly and youthful staff members and a great crowd at all times are some of the major highlights of Sport Bar. Do not miss to taste their sandwiches, spaghetti and non-vegetarian main courses when you come here, because they are some of the best in Cambodia. This open air bar also serves an impressive list of drinks and cocktails for the large number of tourists, expats and locals who come here every day.

    Location - Phnom Penh.

     Price – Highly affordable.

    Timings – Open 24/7.
  • 15The Heart of Darkness

    One of the main reasons as to why Cambodia has transformed from being an architectural marvel to a country of buzzling nightlife is due to the factor that this place has so many night bars and clubs. The Heart of Darkness is one such classic bar and is widely regarded as Cambodia’s most famous bar since its inception in 1993.



    Highlights – As the name indicates, the interiors of The Heart of Darkness are quite dark yet safe. Traditional Khmer style interiors and culture ooze out from every nook and cranny of this place. Tourists, expats and locals drop in at this bar just to feel the essence and vibration of this place. The fingerfood offered here is absolutely delicious.

    Location – Street 51 of Phnom Penh River Side.

    Price – Local Beer Bottle – USD2; Imported Beer & Standard Drink – USD3, Cocktail – USD4.

    Timings – 10PM till late into the night.
  • 16The Exchange

    At the forefront of the Modern international cuisine, The Exchange has successfully been able to reinvent the flavours of the world in stylish new forms.

    Highlights:
    The Exchange offers phenomenal culinary delights backed with the incredible service in a sensational historic French villa. It has impeccably stood the test of the time for about a century. Attracting both the international acclaims and the locals given its top rated style and ambience, this is one of the most loved restaurants in Cambodia. It provides the guests with an incomparable “Exchange experience.”

    Location: The Exchange is located at 28, France st, (st47), Wat Phnom, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

    Timings: The Exchange stays open from 10 AM in the morning to the midnight on all days of the week.

    Price: Price is variable and will largely depend on the dishes ordered by you. However, if you wish to avail some discounts you can make a visit during the happy hour that is usually from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
  • 17Baristo

    Bar.sito is tucked down in the newest and the most exciting alleyway in Phnom Penh. It is dedicated to offering something exquisite and different to tourist markets, expat and Khmer.

    Highlights:
     240 ½ alleyway is the newest and the most burgeoning area of Phnom Penh. Offering opportunities for entertainment and retail including 88 Japanese Furniture, ARTillery, Paper Doll and of course the Bar.sito. Bar.sito. is a restautant that serves specially crafted and designed cocktails, red & white wines, Champagnes, ice-cold beers and spirits in a metropolitan alleyway bar. It is Phnom Penh’s debutant and the most unique speakeasy bar which offers the most classic and creative cocktails.

    Location: Bar.sito is located at #3E0 St.240, Street 240, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    Timings: Bar.sito remains open from Tuesday to Saturday from 8:00 PM to 2:00 AM. However, on Sunday and Monday, the restaurant is shut.

    Price: The Price at Bar.sito usually varies from $$ (10-30).

  • 18Bouchon Wine Bar

    Bouchon Wine BarBouchon Wine Bar is a renowned landmark in Phnom Penh that is known for its after work and nightlife scene.

    Highlights: The exquisite wine bar of the Phnom Penh features an elegant selection of French wines that have been acquired from the different vintages, grapes and regions that have been exquisitely selected for the venue. Atmosphere at the Bouchon Wine Bar is unique and elegant given its industrial style blended with colonial vibe which is highly evident from the factory lamps, mirrors, concrete floors and a U shaped central bar which dominates the bar. Food menu of the bar is vivid and is famous for patés, roasted chicken, smoked meat plates and spaghetti foie gras.

    Location: Bouchon Wine Bar is located at 3 street 246, Phnom Penh 12206, Cambodia

    Timings: Bouchon Wine Bar stays open from 4:00 PM to 12:00 AM from Tuesday to Sunday. On Mondays, the bar is usually closed.

    Price: The Price for the drinks and the food at Bouchon Wine Bar is reasonable.
  • 19Cadillac Bar & Grill

    Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia is best enjoyed during the night hours, when it is buzzing with activities. There are quite a few bars in the city which serve great refreshments and drinks along with some scintillating music. Cadillac Bar & Grill is one of them. This is one of the best bars in Phnom Penh as the place serves great Western cuisine, lots of varieties of drinks and has highly hospitable staff members.

    Highlights – Visit here during Fridays, as you get all drinks and food for just USD5. (Famous $5 Fridays). Try out the burgers, as they are one of the biggest in the world. Download the bar’s app on your smartphone to know more about offers.

    Location – Phnom Penh riverside.

    Price – Draft and local beer cans are available from USD1.50 onwards. The biggest burgers cost about USD6.75.

    Timings – 8AM to 11PM;

    Happy hours- 4PM to 8PM (come to avail good deals during these hours).

Attractions

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Phnom Penh Royal Palace

When you visit the capital city of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, one of the first tourist attractions that you need to visit is the Royal Palace, which still serves as the royal residence of King Norodom Sihamoni and the previous king, King Norodom Sihanouk. This Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda close by adorn the skies of Cambodia with its resplendent colours and brilliant piece of Khmer style of architecture.



Highlights
- While visitors are allowed inside the Royal Palace, it is worthy to be noted that the actual place where the royal stay, Khemarin Palace, still remains closed for the public. Tourists who are coming here should be dressed appropriately as a mark of respect for the royals.

Location
– Sothearos Bvld, Phnom Penh.

Timings
– 7.30AM to 11AM and from 2PM to 5PM on all days except on days of official functions and ceremonies.

Price
– Entrance fee – Around USD6.25 per person and additional photography charges of USD10.
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The Killing Fields

This is one of the massive graveyards in Cambodia. These are the places in which millions of people were tortured to death during the notorious Khmer Rouge rule in Cambodia which lasted from 1975 to 1979. This highly cruel rule came to an end when Vietnam took over the control of Democratic Kampuchea.



Highlights
– Close to 20000 mass grave sites were identified in the Killing Fields area in Cambodia. Evidences indicate that around 1.38 million victims were killed in these areas. There is a huge stupa at the Killing Fields located at Choeung Ek and this is adorned with the skulls of the victims who were killed in the area.
 
Location – Choeung Ek, Phnom Pehn and is considered as the area of mass genocide in Cambodia.

Timings
- Can be visited any time during the year. Price – Around USD6 for foreign tourists and free of cost for local tourists.
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Silver Pagoda

When you cover the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, you cannot miss the Silver Pagoda, as this structure is located right next to the royal residence.

Highlights –The glimmering 5 tons of silver used on the floors of this structure has given this 19th century temple, the name of Silver Pagoda. Right on top of the pedestal, you can find a massive Buddha statue made of Baccarat crystal. Next to this, the golden Buddha blows you mind away with one look. Studded with a whopping 2086 diamonds, this Buddha weighs 90kg and is truly one of the star attractions in Phnom Penh. You can also find small sized bronze Buddha statues, silver statues of Buddha statues and many figurines of Lord Buddha all over this temple. The locals address Silver Pagoda as Wat Prea Keo.



Location
– Within the Royal Palace complex, Phnom Penh.

Timings – 7.30AM to 11AM and 2PM to 5PM.

Price – USD3 towards entry and extra charges of USD2 towards pictures.


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Koh Dach (Silk Island)

Also known as Silk Island, the 30 sq.km Koh Dach is one of the naturally beautiful and serene islands of Phnom Penh.

Highlights – Silk Island is one of the best places to visit when you want to witness the skills of the local artisans like silk-weaving, handicrafts, pottery-making and other relevant skills. There are five villages here namely Koh Dach, Kbal Kho, Lvea, Neah Village and Chong Koh. Don’t miss to witness the local artisans in action here – planting various crops, weaving silk threads and manufacturing nets. As one goes past the Mekong River in cruises to reach this island, one will witness many moments worthy to be photographed. The island is also contains many architectural marvels from past centuries.



Location
– Kandal Province, on the shores of Mekong River.

Timings – Can visit Koh Dach anytime during the year.

Price – Boat rides usually cost USD10 per person and tuk-tuks cost around USD15 to USD20.


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Independence Monument (Vimean Ekareach)

The capital city of Phnom Penh has many wonderful structures built in authentic Khmer style of architecture. Independence Monument or the Vimean Ekareach is one of them.



Highlights – As the name indicates, this monument was constructed during 1958 to commemorate the independence of Cambodia from France in 1953. Vann Molyvann, the brain behind some of the biggest cultural heritage structures in Cambodia, constructed this monument as well. One look at the monument and we will be reminded of the famous Angkor Wat Temple. This monument has a lotus-shaped stupa and is the main centre of celebrations during national festivals as the ceremonial light is here. Come here during the evening hours and take excellent pictures with your friends and family.

Location – Junction of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard, Phnom Penh.

Timings – Open all through the day.

Price – Entry is free of cost.
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Riverfront

Riverfront Park is one of the most important tourist attractions in Phnom Penh. It is a paradise for tourists as it is lined up with pubs, shopping complexes, salons, restaurants and many more.



Highlights – Since this park leads into the Royal Palace, the Riverfront Park is always full with tourists of different countries. Come here during the early morning hours so that you get to witness the golden rays of the sunrise. The Royal Palace looks magical at the background. From here, you can also view the point of intersection of the Mekong River and Tonle Sap Lake. Hotels lined along this path will provide cycles on rent, which you can use for taking a stroll along the park.

Location – Phnom Penh.

Timings – Can be visited during any time of the day; however early morning sunrise and evening sunset hours are the best times to come here.

Price – No entrance fee to visit this place.
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Sisowath Quay

If you are taking up a city tour of the Cambodian capital city of Phnom Penh, Sisowath Quay plays a very important role. This is a riverside promenade and one of the most beautiful places in Cambodia.

Highlights – Running along for 3km, the promenade of Sisowath Quay is lined up with beautiful shops, hotels, restaurants, tourist-friendly locations, bars and cafes. Don’t miss to experience the traditional tuk-tuk drive from the Royal Palace to get to this place, as you will get to see the entire beauty of the pathway, through this route. Some of the top attractions that you just cannot afford to miss on this promenade are the Royal Palace, National Museum, various art galleries, Ounalom Monastery, Elephant Bar, Floating Restaurants and many more.

Location – Cham Karmom district.

Timings – Can be visited anytime during the day; however sunset and sunrise hours are considered to be ideal.

Price – No entry fee applicable for this riverside promenade.
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Riverside Bistro

One of the best places to enjoy Phnom Penh’s buzzing nightlife, the Riverside Bistro is a hot favourite among tourists from across the globe. This is because this bar doesn’t keep its guests bored even for a minute. There are lots of fun-things and activities offered at the bar to keep guests hooked on till the wee hours of night.

Highlights – Riverside Bistro is one of the few places in Phnom Penh where a live band performs for the guests, playing songs based on their request. All kinds of songs like the old classics, rock music, pop and other gems are played by the band here. Asian and Western cuisine are available at this bar, making the food absolutely delicious. With great interiors and excellent customer satisfaction, this bar is definitely a top attraction in Cambodia.

Location – Street 148 of Phnom Penh riverside.

Price – Local and imported beer bottles start from USD2.50 and USD3 respectively.

Timings – 7AM to late night hours.
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Phsar Toul Tum Poung (Russian Market)

If there is one place in Battambang where you can find authentic Russian souvenirs at affordable prices, Phsar Toul Tum Poung is the place for you.

Highlights – The market is decorated by colourful lanterns, intricately carved statues, scarves, bags, printed T shirts and DVDS of various languages. During the 1980s, this place was dominated by Russian expats, whose influence can be felt at this market even today. The locals commonly address this place as Russian Market. Be prepared to bask in the sun and dirt as this market is quite crowded at all times of the day. The air circulation is quite limited here; however the goods sold here more than make up for the ambience of this place. Don’t forget to taste the local, delicious coffee from the cafes here.

 Location – Chamkar Mon District, Phnom Penh.

Timings – Open all through the day.

Price – Entry into this market is free of cost.
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Quitapenas

Quitapenas is a popular restaurant which serves the best Spanish cuisine in Phnom Penh in Cambodia.



Highlights – This restaurant offers a really wide variety of dishes of Spanish origin. The dishes are so delicious and it gives the best experience of Spanish cuisine to its customers. The customer service is quite decent providing a warm welcome to its customers and giving them a satisfied meal. The place is best known for its sunday brunch.

Location - Phnom Penh. Price for two – Around USD10. Speciality dishes - There are many other dishes which are the main attractions of this restaurant like the dishes of sea bass, paella, octopus and duck. They also serve one of the best cheese balls in the locality making it distinct from other restaurants.

Timings - 6PM to 12AM during week days and 11AM to 2.30PM & 6PM to 12AM on weekends.
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Rubies Wine Bar

Rubies Wine Bar is named this way, because it is known for its wide variety of exotic wines. The place offers some of the best wines in the world, which is why it has many repeat customers during the weekend.

Highlights - Though it is not located in the area where there are other nightspots, many people still visit Rubies Wine Bar because the dishes and drinks offered here are absolutely top class. Soothing music, wonderful interiors, friendly staff, affordable drinks, world-class wines, free Wi-Fi, excellent cuisine and personalised services are some of the highlights of Rubies Wine Bar.



Location
– Oknha Chuun Street 240.

Price –Draught beer –USD2, Imported beer – USD3, Glass of wine – USD3.5, Standard drinks – USD3, Cocktail – USD3.50 and so on.

Timings – 10AM to 1AM or 2AM (weekends). 
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Sport Bar

In the recent past, Phnom Penh has witness the opening of many night clubs and restaurants. Sport Bar is one of them.



Highlights – Though originally set up to serve as an exclusive sports bar in the Cambodian capital city, Sport Bar is now entertaining guests with a wide variety of music like hip-hop, rock, classics and more. Loud music, open-air ambience, friendly and youthful staff members and a great crowd at all times are some of the major highlights of Sport Bar. Do not miss to taste their sandwiches, spaghetti and non-vegetarian main courses when you come here, because they are some of the best in Cambodia. This open air bar also serves an impressive list of drinks and cocktails for the large number of tourists, expats and locals who come here every day.

Location - Phnom Penh.

 Price – Highly affordable.

Timings – Open 24/7.
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The Exchange

At the forefront of the Modern international cuisine, The Exchange has successfully been able to reinvent the flavours of the world in stylish new forms.

Highlights:
The Exchange offers phenomenal culinary delights backed with the incredible service in a sensational historic French villa. It has impeccably stood the test of the time for about a century. Attracting both the international acclaims and the locals given its top rated style and ambience, this is one of the most loved restaurants in Cambodia. It provides the guests with an incomparable “Exchange experience.”

Location: The Exchange is located at 28, France st, (st47), Wat Phnom, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Timings: The Exchange stays open from 10 AM in the morning to the midnight on all days of the week.

Price: Price is variable and will largely depend on the dishes ordered by you. However, if you wish to avail some discounts you can make a visit during the happy hour that is usually from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
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Tuol Sleng Museum

Cambodia is the land of heritage, culture, temples, beaches and games. There are quite a casinos on the beaches and seaside gambling spots that you can enjoy in the little Sihanoukville coast in Cambodia.



Highlights – Almost all the casinos in Sihanoukville are open 24hours a day unlike other casinos that operate only during the evening and night hours. Most of the hotels apart from offering luxury accommodation also have luxurious casinos that have games like Baccarat, Roulette, Blackjack and the like. Free drinks, snacks and cigarettes are provided when you take up gaming packages at any of these casinos. Owing to the large number of tourists coming here, casinos at Sihanoukville employ people who are adept at speaking many languages.

Location – About 4.5km from South Cambodia.

Timings – Open all through the day.

 Price – Casino games are available from USD4 per game if you are looking only for gaming and not staying at these hotels.
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Royal Palace

This is one of the top tourist attractions in Phnom Penh. This gives you a glimpse of the lifestyle of the royal people.

Highlights – The Royal Palace still serves as the residences of Cambodian rulers. The construction of this palace was started during 1866, when Phnom Penh became the new capital of Cambodia, replacing Oudong. You cannot help but wonder at the similarity in the architecture style found in the Royal Palace found in Thailand. You should remember to dress appropriately as you witness this majestic Khmer architectural marvel to pay respects to the royalty staying here. The exact part in which the royal people stay, is still closed to the public, though.



Location
– Phnom Penh.

Timings- Royal Palace is open from 7.30AM to 11AM and from 2PM to 5PM.

Price – Entry fee of USD3 per person; additional fee of USD2 for taking pictures.


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National Museum of Cambodia

When you visit Cambodia with intent to learn more about its history and archaeology, you should definitely visit one of the top tourist hot spots in the country – National Museum of Cambodia.

Highlights – This was established during the 1920 and it is the largest museum in Cambodia housing exquisite cultural and historic items representing the authentic Khmer culture. There are close to 14000 items here including bronze and ceramic items, damaged statues from many centuries ago of Hindu Gods and Goddesses, wooden and pottery items belong to pre-Angkorian era and many other impressive items. The museum is set up in an attractive terracotta building including an awesome courtyard garden, which attracts many.



Location
– Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.

Timings – 8AM to 5PM on all days of the week.

Price – Entry fee of USD5 for foreigners and around USD0.1 for local tourists.