Phnom Penh today is changing into one of the hippest cities in Southeast Asia emphasizing its popularity by huge number of visitors.Many visitors choose to go to Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, or S-21 Prison, a horrific former jail where more than 10,000 prisoners were tortured and killed throughout The Killing Fields. Although both are tragic, they are reminders of war’s cruelty. Besides the emotional places, there are various shopping areas such the Central Market. Other attractions include French colonial architecture and the lotus shaped building.
This is a local restaurant serving insect dishes, such as fried spiders and ants.
Tel. +855 92 219 565
La Residence serves premium French cuisine, providing exceptional quality for the price. Set menu is available for lunch. (website)
The Chat n’Chew
Decorated in a retro style with a friendly ambience, both local and international delicacies are available here.
Tel. +855 12 856 191