For travelers looking to delve deeper into the darker corners of Cambodian history, this half day tour is a must-see. Learn of the chilling events and darkest moments of the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia with a visit to the Phnom Penh Tuol Sleng Museum and Choeung Ek Memorial. From your hotel, you'll be taken by your English speaking guide to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S-21), which is known as the largest detention and interrogation center of its kind.
Make the most out of your Cambodia trip with a relaxing cruise on the mystic rivers of Phnom Penh. Glide past the city skyline, whether you're staying on the upper deck or main deck, along with a welcome drink on board as soon as you step in. The journey begins with a departure from the capital's harbor and immediately on your way towards Silk Island. Feast your eyes with new sights as you cruise along the dark waters, past the Royal Palace, then through the junction of Mekong, Bassac Rivers, and Tonle Sap, where a series of floating villages can be found on what deemed to be the biggest body of water in the country.
Beer-eady for a full hour filled with your favorite low-key drink! You don’t have to be a king or queen to enter the Kingdom Breweries for a beer tasting experience, but you will definitely feel like one after a quick trip inside. But first, learn the basics on how your favorite go-to alcoholic beverage is made and its production processes on a guided tour around the brewery. After having a better appreciation of beers, in the very unlikely case that you’ve underestimated this timeless drink, you’ll finally make your way to the Taproom where in you will experience unlimited free flow of drinks on tap - think about it, save water, drink more beer - just kidding (or not)! Now, raise your glass and take a swig of Kingdom’s light gold traditional Pilsener and Dark lager with crisp and distinctive finishes, Indochine’s deep and golden Indian Pale Ale and lightly creamy Belgian Wheat drinks, and of course, Bruntys’ deliciously tangy Cider!