Where can I relax in Phnom Penh?

In additional to the main tourist attractions above, Phnom Penh offers a number of other cultural sites and place to relax. They include Chaktomuk Hall, south of the Royal Palace and along the riverfront, where dancers perform traditional Cambodian dance. Independence Monument, near down town, is the site of many ceremonial events. It adjoins a long mall that stretches east toward the riverfront, where it meets Hun Sen Park, near the Naga Casino Resort Complex. There are also numerous popular bars and nightclubs for visitors looking for something to do after dark. To talk about accommodation, it’s really easy and safely in Cambodia.

Where can I relax in Phnom Penh?
Where can I relax in Phnom Penh?

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  • One Up Banana Hoteloffers suite-only accommodation in a superb location. The lovely rooftop terrace is a real highlight and prices are very reasonable.
  • The Blue Lime Hotel boasts airy rooms with bright, bold touches of colour, a gorgeous tropical garden and a pool perfect for cooling down on sticky days. The National Gallery and Royal Palace are just a short walk away, making this an excellent value spot for city explorations.
  • The Quay is a chic, minimalist design hotel with 16 rooms clad in soft, earthy hues. Think swish bathrooms, good food, a rooftop hot tub and great value.
  • The Sangkum is an intimate villa with just 12 cozy rooms and a laid-back vibe. The pool is fringed with verdant greenery, and the open-sided restaurant is ideal for hearty breakfasts or crisp glasses of wine in the evenings. Well-located — just 5 minutes from Wat Phnom — and well-priced.
  • Rambutan Resort is a revamped ’60s villa in the popular BKK1 district. With a pool set in leafy gardens and bright, airy rooms, this is a very reasonable city base.
  • The 252 is a calm, Swiss-owned oasis. The hotel’s 19 spacious, contemporary rooms are set within a great garden with a pool, bar and restaurant. Value chic!
  • TEAV Boutique Hotel is a cool fusion of Khmer aesthetics and post-industrial design. Cool off in the pool, sip cocktails at the bar, and relax in a trendy minimalist spot. Great value.

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