3-Days Phnom Penh Tour

Day 1:
After your arrival at Phnom Penh international airport you will be welcomed by our driver or guide will bring you to your hotel that you have been reservationed and than we will take you to visit such as:

● Toul Sleng S-21
● Killing Fields
Break for lunch at local restaurant along the river side. Afternoon you will continue to visit
● Russian Market
This sweltering bazaar is the one market all visitors should come to at least once during a trip to Phnom penh city. It is the place to shop for souvenirs and discounted name-brand clothing. We can not vouch for the authenticity of everying , but along with plenty of knock -offs you will find genuine articales stitched in local factories.
● King Palace & Silver Pagoda and go back to hotel for relaxing.

Tuol Sleng Museum S 21
Originally built as a secondary school named Tuol Svay Prey High School in 1960, during the reign of Preah Bat norodom Sihanouk. The Khmer Rouge converted this into a torture and interrogation centre to extract ‘confessions’ of anti-government sentiment. Many victims were women and children incarcerated along with the ‘suspected’ father. Documents recovered indicate that over 17,000 persons had been imprisoned there between 1975 and 1978, only seven of whom are known to have survived.

Choeung Ek of Killing Fields
15km southwest of the city centre is one of the many sites of Khmer Rouge mass executions. The exhumed skulls of some 8,000 souls, arranged by sex and age, are displayed behind glass panels in the Memorial Stupa, which was erected in 1988. Although some were killed and buried at Toul Sleng, most victims were driven out to Choeung Ek at night by truck. Some were made to dig their own graves before being clubbed to death with any heavy instrument available.

Royal Palace & Silver Pagoda.
Built in 1866, the site contains various buildings of interest, including the Khmer-style Throne Hall, now used for special ceremonial occasions. South of the Throne Hall are the Royal Treasury and the Villa of Napoleon III, built in Egypt in 1866, for the opening of the Suez Canal , and was later presented to the Cambodian king as a gift.

Day 2: Silk island +Udong Hill
After your breakfast at 8 : 00 am you will be welcomed again by our driver or guide will bring you to visit attraction places such as :

● Silk Island
Silk island is home to a silk weaving village and silk center, where you can visit how the whole silk production process works from beginning to end, from mulberry chomping silk worms in golden cocoons through to the complex manual loom weaving process , which requires adexterity. The main silk weaving centre is just a few kilometers away from the ferry drop off point, and is home to a collection of beautifully constructed houses under which weavers patiently weave at their looms , turning out simple but finely crafted silks scarves and skirts. There is a small shop at the end of the row of houses where you able to buy the silk scarve and skirt,  as well as cotton scarve and krama which are also made in this island.
● Udong  Hill
Udong literally victorious served as the capital of Cambodia under serveral sovereigns between 1618 -1866 during which time victorious was an optimistic epithet as Cambodia was in terminal decline. A number of kings,  including Norodom were crowned here. The main attractives today are  the twin humps of Udong hill which have several stupas on it. Both ends of the ridge have good views of the Cambodian country side, dotted with innumerable sugarpalm trees. Phnom Udong really fills up with locals at weekends but is quiet during the week and admission is 1 USD each.
● Break for lunch at local restaurant in that area. After having lunch you will continue to get baot trip on Mekong River to see  flaoting village and sunset.

Day 3: Chisor mountain & wildlife rescue centre
After your breakfast in hotel at 8:00 am  you will invite to visit such as :

● Phnom Chisor
There is an ancient Khmer temple located on top of the hill . The temple was built in the 11th century of laterite and bricks with carved sandstone lintels by the khmer Empire king Suryavarman I, who practiced Brahmanism. It was dedicated to the Hindu divinities Shiva and Vishnu. The original name of the temple was sri suryaparvata, the mountain of Surya. At the foot of the hill below the stairs there is a building known as Son Reveang that is now used as a Buddhist place of worship, beyond which there is Tonle Om, the baray of the temple ). Break for lunch at local restaurant in that area . In the afternoon you will continue to visit wildlife rescue centre ( zoo ).
● Wildlife Rescue Centre
This wonderful wildlife sanctuary for rescued  animals is home to Sunbears, Tigers , Deer, Gibbons , Elephants , Lions, wildcows,  crocrodiles, Monkeys ,  enormous Pythons, and a massive bird enclosure. They were all taken from poachers or abusive owners and receive care and shelter here as part of a sustainable breeding program. Wherever posible animals are released back into the wild once they have recovered.
.Touring with air-conditioning  Lexus SUV  car 1-5 seats with speaking English driver. The price is  USD 179 for 3 days tour.
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