Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Take a stroll along Sisowath Quay, a historic riverside at the confluence of the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers. The 3 km (1.9 mi) palm-lined riverfront has plenty of room for relaxing, while bars, restaurants, and shops cluster in the surrounding area. Bustling around the clock, the riverside promenade makes a popular hangout area, and you also can do some shopping for bags and souvenirs on the side. Several tourist attractions lie along the way, including a royal palace, a museum, a pagoda, and a foreign correspondents' club. Make Sisowath Quay part of your personalized Phnom Penh itinerary using our Phnom Penh tourist route planner.
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l'endroit ou il faut déambuler le dimanche matin , plein de soleil et de gens divers , un havre de paixthe place or he must walk on Sunday morning, full of Sun and people, a haven of peaceshow original
Iconic street in Phnompenh. You cannot miss this part of the city. Visit royal palace and walk Along side the river with all type of restaurants, bar and skybar you can enjoy your evening and night li... read more »
It is a reallynicewalk where you can find local people and turists and its a safe area. Also you can find a lot of places where to eat, drink and dance
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