Sights to include in your Phnom Penh itinerary

Phnom Penh is every traveller’s dream destination, and it’s easy to know why. When you look at what to see in Phnom Penh, you’ll instantly be taken on a journey that involves all senses—from feasting your eyes on the grandeur of the Royal Palace to indulging your taste buds with world-class Khmer cuisine.

And with all the options you have, it’s easy to get lost and miss the best of what Phnom Penh has to offer. So if you’ve been dying to come up with the top ten things to do in Phnom Penh, we rounded up the five sights that should be part of your itinerary. More information look at what to see in phnom penh

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The Royal Palace

Dominating Phnom Penh’s skyline is the intricate roof and gilding of the Royal Palace, the office residence of King Sihamoni. Although the compound itself is closed to the public, you can still admire the grandeur of the palace that sits near the riverfront adding to its majestic beauty. You can also stop by the Silver Pagoda, which is just adjacent to the palace and open to visitors. Click here YK Art House

National Museum of Cambodia

When you look at what to see in Phnom Penh, you won’t miss the National Museum of Cambodia because of its striking terracotta structure. Built from 1917 to 1920, the museum located north of the Royal Palace houses the finest collection of Khmer sculpture in the world, making it a must-visit site if you want to get a glimpse of authentic Khmer culture.

Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

An important part of Cambodia’s dark times is the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, which used to be the Tuol Svay Prey High School but was turned into a prison by Pol Pot’s security forces in 1975. Known as Security Prison 21, it is Cambodia’s largest detention and torture facility and its walls are the silent witnesses of Khmer Rouge’s crimes.

Throne Hall

Phnom Penh has always projected an image of royalty, and one of the best places to experience it is by visiting the Throne Hall, which is topped by a 59-meter high tower. The Throne Hall is used mainly for ceremonies, presentation of credentials by diplomats and coronations.

Romdeng

Of course, you can’t just look at what to see in Phnom Penh, you also have to taste what the city has to offer. And if there is one place to experience authentic Cambodian fare, it has to be Romdeng. From its famous baked fish amok to its deep-fried tarantulas, your palate will surely be taken on an adventure of a lifetime.

And when you’re done with a day of roaming around every corner of Phnom Penh, you would want to retire to a place that’s right in the middle of the city but still feels like home. YK Art House meets all those requirements as it is only 20 minutes away from Riverside and is in the middle of Central Phnom Penh, so it’s very near Phnom Penh attractions. So, whether you’re travelling alone, for business or with your family, book your accommodation offered by this beautiful and artsy guesthouse.