Phnom Penh possesses fine combination of distinguish Khmer art and French architectures. As a capital of one of the greatest oriental arts, the city offers the best collection of Angkorian artifacts as well as its reminiscences. Phnom Penh is second to none when it comes to hospitality, luxury hotels, modern nightclubs, and entertainments. At night, it is common to come across visitors of various nationalities who enjoy their favourite western cuisines and beverages – while; Cambodians choose to hang out with their peers at local bars. During the day, beautifully carved silverwares, silk and cotton fabrics including various western fruits are ready for the pick up at a colonial architectural market. Phnom Penh is one of a few cities in the world that ambience of the “old town” remains intact.
Forget about hustle and bustle lifestyle of capital city – countryside of Cambodia is filled with a wide array of wonderful natural beauty. Green trees and dense forests create rich biodiversity for animals and mankind that live in provinces whilst rivers and lakes feed people thoroughly with their steady streams. Outside Phnom Penh is where non-technological farming and traditional ways of life are practiced. Strolling around villages, you are likely to encounter villagers worshipping their ancestors and spirits at homes or making merit at temples.