After Breakfast, Starting on the outskirts of the city, visit Wat Phnom, followed by two famous riverside visits, the 19th century Royal Palace and nearby Silver Pagoda. Originally called Wat Phra Kaew, this temple is famous for its 5,000 silver tiles and grand collection of Buddhas.
Also visit, The
Independence Monument in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, was built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953.
The remainder of the day is at leisure with these optional afternoon experiences:
Optional: Monkey Business
Centrally located, Monkey Business is one of Cambodia’s largest indoor playgrounds with dedicated baby and toddler areas. Custom designed and manufactured in Australia by world leader Playtec, the site includes ball pits, slides, and bouncy castles, climbing apparatuses, a small outdoor swimming pool, a restaurant and more. (Ages 0-7)
Note: entrance fee to be paid locally (own expense). Socks are required.
Optional: Kids City
Located in the heart of Phnom Penh, Kids City is a one stop shop for children’s entertainment. 6 floors feature a range of activities for all ages from ‘Toddler Town’ and a multi-story indoor playground for older kids to an ice skating rink, laser tag park, go-kart track, science discovery centre and a rock climbing wall.
Note: entrance fee to be paid locally (own expense) and the cost varies on the activity. Socks are required.
Phnom Penh, 3 nights