Come along on this tour to go on a journey of sensory overload from the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda complex with 5,000 silver floor tiles, to the shocking Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, and ending at Phsar Thmey, also called the Central Market. You'll feel an array of emotions whilst increasing your knowledge of Cambodia's culture and history.
Starting from admiring the majestic Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda complex, you'll learn about its fascinating history from your local guide. Marvel at the elaborately constructed palace buildings and some of the 5,000 silver floor tiles that give the Silver Pagoda its name. Plus, don’t miss the spectacular gold and bejeweled Buddha statues that are considered national treasures. Then, visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and hear how it was a former secondary school that was then converted by Khmer Rouge into one of the regime’s largest detention and torture centers, Security Prison 21.
Lastly, you'll end the tour on a lighter note at Phsar Thmey, also called the Central Market. There, you'll follow your guide through the labyrinth of stalls as you learn more about the everyday life of the modern Cambodians within this Art Deco landmark of Phnom Penh.