Phnom Penh

Cambodia’s capital, PHNOM PENH, sprawls west from the confluence of the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers. Despite initial impressions, the heart of Phnom Penh has a strong appeal. The French influence is evident in the colonial shop-houses lining the boulevards, with the occasional majestic monument or public building animating the cityscape. The Phnom Penhois are open and friendly, and the city itself is small enough to get to know quickly. Tourist attractions may be few – the majority of sights can be covered in a day or two – but many visitors end up lingering longer, if only to soak up the unique atmosphere of this city.

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