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Phnom Penh - Cambodia
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It may not have the glistening shopping malls of Bangkok or the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, but Phnom Penh’s laid-back charm and tangible sense of history are slowly establishing the city among the most popular destinations in mainland Southeast Asia.
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Those expecting a post Khmer Rouge hangover will be very pleasantly surprised. Although sites like the S-21 detention facility and the Killing Fields still fascinate tourists, the Cambodian capital is also making a name for itself for good food, great bars and a colonial chic that is increasingly difficult to find elsewhere in the region. Think high ceiling fans, pastel colours and refreshing cocktails on the waterfront and you won’t be far off, as seen at Phnom Penh’s ever-popular Sisowath Quay beside the Tonlé Sap river.

Indeed, the city has come a long way since those dark days between 1975 and 1979 when the Khmer Rouge turned the capital into a ghost town. Phnom Penh is slowly dragging itself into the 21st century. The electricity supply improves by the year, internet cafés are now everywhere, and ATMs no longer look strangely out of place. This is a city that is slowly being transformed on the back of wholesale foreign investment and the money brought in from tourism, meaning that things are changing here at a lightening pace.

In the past, Phnom Penh has suffered from a reputation as a Wild West style city in which you were never more than few metres away from a firearm and therefore a dose of serious trouble. Those days have gone, at least partly. Although gun crime here is worse than the likes of Vientiane or Chiang Mai, foreign visitors rarely see the ugly side of the city, save the odd petty crime.


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