Tour Level: Relaxed / Easy
Tour Comfort: Standard
Tour Period: Afternoon / Morning
The influences in the 1950s and 1960s on Cambodia’s architecture produced a large amount of international styles that fused with local tradition, materials and climate and adhered to the far-reaching cultural and social vision for Camodia. You’ll explore Phnom Penh’s architecture in a Tuk Tuk with a Cambodian architect as a guide. You’ll observe the iconic buildings of the city such as the National Library and the classic Raffles Hotel Le Royal as well as discovering lesser known architectural treasures. Heading to the former colonial quarter, you’ll see the gorgeous French colonial-era buildings, such as Van’s restaurant, and the Vann Molyvann designed Chaktomuk Conference Hall. Finally, you’ll head to the renovated art deco-styled Central Market, a beautifully constructed work of art.