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Spend a full day on a private tour of Phnom Penh City, including a stop at the Silver Pagoda, and bare witness to the architecture and culture of Cambodia’s rich traditions. Spend the morning at the Silver Pagoda and National Museum before enjoying a savory Cambodian lunch. Then pay a visit to Tuol Sleng Museum, where you’ll learn about the Pol Pot and Khmer Rouge regime. 


  • Full-day private English-speaking guided tour of Phnom Penh City
  • Learn about Cambodia's bloody past under Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge regime
  • Visit the Silver Pagoda, National Museum and Tuol Sleng Museum
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch
  • Hotel pickup and drop off by air-conditioned private vehicle

What You Can Expect

Private Tour: Phnom Penh City Tour including the Silver Pagoda

Private Tour: Phnom Penh City Tour including the Silver Pagoda

Though it once served as the commercial hub of Cambodia during French colonial rule, Phnom Penh hit on troubled times during the notorious reign of Pol Pot. Today, the capital city continues to strive to re-establish itself as the political and financial center of this diverse nation. The streets of Phnom Penh prove an ideal place for travelers who seek a deeper understanding of the culture, tradition and history of this famous city to explore. 

Visitors will get an up close look at the Khmer-style temples and colonial structures that dot the landscapes of this famed city on stops to the National Museum and the Silver Pagoda. This private day trip includes a visit to the Tuol Sleng Museum, where travelers will get a sobering look at nation’s bloody past under the Khmer Rouge regime.

This Phnom Penh private tour took top prize from Conde Nast’s Best Operator category in the World Saver Awards in 2007.

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

Excellent tour


4 star rating: Recommended January 2014

Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda are worth visiting.The guide was helpful.The visit to the jail depicts the torture the Cambodians had undergone.Until unless one visits the place,one cannot feel it.I thank to make us aware the fact.

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