Breakfast at hotel
Start your day visit of the fairy-tale like Preah Borom Reajea Veaing, the Royal Palace and Preah Vihear Preah Kéo Morakot, also known as the Silver Pagoda with its pure silver tiled paved floor and the Revered and Sacred Emerald Buddha image.
Note: Visitors to the Royal Palace
should cover the shoulders and wear appropriate clothing such as long pants or long skirt as to cover the knees.
Then, admire the thousand-year old artifacts from the pre-Angkor and Angkor periods at the National Museum, one of the richest museums in the region in term of ancient sculptures, and relive the Glorious Age of the Khmer Empire through the contemplation of these artifacts.
Lunch on own account
After your lunch break, take a “silent and eco-friendly” ride on a “Cyclo-pousse” for the visit of Wat Phnom, - the City landmark -, a man-made hill and be told by your accompanying guide of the Legend of Dame Daun Penh whom the capital City took its name from!
Fancy a stroll and some shopping at another City landmark, Phsar Thmey, also known as the Central Market for a funny way to “shop, shop, shop…, until you drop”? There are in fact a lot to be done in this vibrant city, and your guide will be most happy to make you discover Krong Chatomuk, the former name of Phnom Penh!
In the late afternoon, take a boat trip on the Chatomuk River for a sunset cruise and enjoy the candle light dinner on board.
Dinner on own account
Accommodation at hotel
Samsara Villa - 1 night