Being is a beautiful city full of tourist attractions and memorable places to visit Phnom Penh is one of many must-visit destinations on your trip to South East Asia. The Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda are spectacular while the National Museum of Arts housing a valuable exhibition of artifacts and historical items make them even more worthy as compares to the past. To enjoy these stunning experiences, plan your stay in Phnom Penh is necessary. Indochina travel Cambodia
Ranked first among all capital cities in Asia for the highest proportion of places to stay with swimming pools, Phnom Penh is an ideal city where you can relax leisurely after a very busy day exploring the hustling streets or riding around in a widely-open-air remork called as Cambodia’s tuk tuk. The Plantation which has the Phnom Penh’s largest as well as the best swimming pool nestled in frangipani-filled gardens and lined with convenient sunbeds and shaded salas with rolling curtains is exactly where you want to stay. The full of light rooms feature four-poster beds with mosquito nets, silk cushions and stretches in clarge shades of citrus, and a spacious balcony offering gorgeous views of the swimming pool as well as the terrace. Having convenient location within minutes from the Royal Palace and the National Museum, the waterfront is spectacular. Cambodia travel packages
Operated in October 2013, located in the fashionable BBK1 district with the presentation of cafe shop on virtually every corner, most of the best restaurants and good street food options of this city, Rambutan is a gay-friendly boutique hotel where you can expect a warm welcome and a can-do attitude from all of the young and passionate staff. The masters employ the best staffs from their sister-hotel, Golden Banana Hotel and Resort in Siem Reap. In a redesigned 1960s styled villa – and a charming brand novel building – the less luxury rooms have burnished concrete floors, comfortable day beds, and large images of modern art on the walls. A sapphire swimming pool, shady concrete tents with cushions, and a café restaurant along the side of the pool serving Cambodian and western dishes, including breakfasts all week long– the Khmer noodle soup is highly suggested are offered for your convenience.
Being one of the first old villas of Phnom Penh changed into a boutique hotel, Villa Langka is regarded as one of the best despite the fast development of new openings. A sapphire-watered pool, luxurious tropical vegetation, and a stunning tropical Cambodian motif continuing in all of rooms, with many lime green silk, bamboo and reed, grass carpets, and local handicrafts are all provided to bring guests unforgettable experience. Besides the good poolside café, there is also a wide variety of restaurants, cafes and bars in the neighborhood offering all stunning dishes of this country.