There are quite a few things to do in Phnom Penh depends on your liking. You can participate in a group activities such as going on a bike ride in Koh Dach or enjoy a group cyclo ride around town.
Cyclo Ride: This activity is designed with special transportation by Cyclo , Cambodian bicycle –powered rickshaw, to highlight and experience the street and historical building. We sometimes have to enter some building on foot.
Activity start at 8:30 AM from your hotel then travel to explore the colonial buildings, district around the old post office, modern and post independent architecture which introduce the historical of the city. It is the combination of popular and religious buildings then go south to the area south-east of the Central Market. After 2.5 hours to 3 hours, return back to the hotel.
Vann Molyvann is Cambodia’s greatest living architect. Vann’s style of work from the 1950s and 1960s is known as New Khmer Architecture, and blended modernist themes
Genocide Museum and Killing Fields
Delve into the moving history of Phnom Penh on a half-day, small-group tour of the Killing Fields. Uncover the soul-stirring stories of one of the 20th century’s most horrific tragedies with your knowledgeable guide; visit the Killing Fields and the poignant memorial at Choeung Ek; peruse the sensitive exhibitions in the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum; and sample local Khmer snacks from authentic food stands. Enjoy convenient hotel pickup on this thought-provoking tour.
Aerobics at Phnom Penh’s Olympic Stadium every evening at dusk hundreds of Cambodians gather at the top of Olympic Stadium to listen to Khmer techno and get some cardiovascular exercise
Kun Khmer or Khmer kickboxing is a sport steeped in history and ritual. The easiest way to lose a Khmer friend is by referring to it as muay Thai — Cambodians are very proud to say it was their ancestors