Phnom Penh Secrets
- Explore Phnom Penh's recent tragic history by paying visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and Choueng Ek bone pagodaSavour the flavours of Khmer lunch at an NGO training restaurantTravel by boat to explore an island in the Mekong, discovering the local way of life — and maybe even try your hand at silk weaving
- Admission feeEnglish speaking guideLunchFinger food or snacksTuk Tuk (2 pax per Tuk Tuk)
- Personal expensesTips
- Please be at the hotel lobby at least 15 minutes before the scheduled pickup time.
- Host will not be liable for any loss of valuable items carried by the clients.
- Local Boat
What to wear:
- Conservative clothes
- Top that covers the shoulders
- Bottom that covers the knees and ankle
- No shorts for men or short skirt for women
- Closed shoes
What to bring:
- Face towel
- Hat or cap
- Bottled water
- Extra t-shirt
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