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Captivating and repulsive, steamy and seedy, fascinating and charming, Cambodia's capital city of Phnom Penh is truly a city of contrasts. The Cambodian locals are welcoming and friendly, and their smiles belie the country's relatively recent extremely violent history. Most visitors simultaneously love and hate Phnom Penh. For sure though, a visit will create a long-lasting impression.
Phnom Penh has an airport. Buses link the capital to almost all parts of the country, and minivans can also be used for longer journeys. Within Phnom Penh, buses, tuk tuks, and taxis are the main means of transportation, and there are a handful of cyclos.
There are pockets of backpacker style accommodations, as well as world class hotels and everything in between. All kinds of food can be found in Phnom Penh. Especially popular are French inspired dishes, which hint at the former colonial times.
The Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda are spectacular sites in the city. Visitors must remember to dress respectfully, or admission will be denied. There are several other fine temples scattered across the city.
Of Phnom Penh's museums, you must not miss Tuel Sleng Genocide Museum, also known as S21. It is informative and harrowing, but a must. It was formerly a school before becoming the most important prison in the country during the Khmer Rouge reign of terror. Thousands of people were held in the prison, many being tortured and killed. The nearby Killing Fields of Choeng Ek is another historically important site. The Khmer Rouge executed many people here. It is simple, yet moving. You can see human remains in a shrine – it is sure to be an emotive experience. There are display cases of bone fragments and clothing.
There are interesting monuments around the city, and a stroll alongside the waterfront is lovely.
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