Two Days Phnom Penh Private Tour
Delve into admired stately columns of the royal place and Learn into fascinating of Phnom Penh on full day sightseeing of markable Cambodia religion. Explore the dark and destructive part of the area as you venture to somber sites made infamous by the Khmer rough; learning Cambodia's current political situations then central market riverside of Phnom Penh.
- Duration 8 hours
- Experiences Tour Guide English Tour Guide
- Instant Confirmation
- No Deposit Required
- Free Cancellation 48 hours before
- Mobile Voucher Accepted
Day 1- Explore Phnom Penh City.
We recommend you to depart from your hotel at 8:00 am to visit a prison was used during Khmer Rough names as Toul Sleng Genocide Museum or S21 prison and then we continue to visit the massive killing field, Choeung Ek Genocidal Center, a memorial monument constructed out of 9000 dead bodies excavated from the killing field. We will take a break for lunch in downtown before we continue to visit Royal Palace. We usually spend about an hour to an hour and a half for exploring the King Royal Palace before we take you back to your hotel. All visitors are allowed to see only the throne hall and a clutch of buildings surrounding it and guests must wear shorts that reach to the knee, and T-shirts or blouses that reach to the elbow; otherwise they will have to buy an appropriate sarong as a covering at the ticket booth.
The royal palace is always busy on Sundays when the local tourists come to pay their respects, but being among crowds of locals can be a fun way to experience the place. You enter into the eastern portion of the palace compound near the Chan Chaya Pavilion. Performances of classical Cambodian dance were once staged in this pavilion, which is still sometimes lit up at night to commemorate festivals or anniversaries. The main attraction in the palace compound is the Throne Hall, topped by a 59m-high tower inspired by the Bayon at Angkor. The Throne Hall is used for coronations and ceremonies such as the presentation of credentials by diplomats. Many of the items once displayed here were destroyed by the Khmer Rouge. South of the Throne Hall, check out the curious iron Napoleon III Pavilion. Given to King Norodom by Napoleon III of France, it was hardly designed with the Cambodian climate in mind.
Day 2- Explore Outside Part Of Phnom Penh
We recommend you to start at 8:00 am from your hotel and we drive you to the remote attractions of Phnom Penh such as Phnom Chiso mountain, Tonle Bati and PhnomTa Mao Wildlife Rescue Centre.
-Phnom Chiso is one of the temples from the Angkorian era and is set upon a solitary hill in Takeo Province, offering a wonderful view of the countryside. Try to get to Phnom Chisor early in the morning or late in the afternoon, as it is an uncomfortable climb in the heat of the midday sun. Phnom Chisor lies about 55km south of Phnom Penh.
-Tonlé Bati is the collective name for a pair of old Angkorian-era temples, known as Ta Prohm temple and it is a very popular lakeside picnic area for local people.
- Phnom Tamao zoon is not just a zoo but it is a wildlife rescue centre.