The National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh is the country’s leading historical and archaeological museum.
Wat Phnom, the namesake and symbol of the capital city of Phnom Penh, sets prominently atop an artificial 27 meter hill (or 'Phnom') in the northeastern section of the city.
Prior to 1975, Toul Sleng was a high school.
The mighty Mekong River is indeed, in more ways than one, the lifeline that runs through the heart of southeast Asia.
The riverfront offers some of the city’s most interesting sites.
The origin of the Ounalom Pagoda can be traced to as far back as the 15th Century.
Located about 17km south of Phnom Penh, Choeung Ek was once an orchard and a Chinese graveyard.
Built in 1958 as a memorial to Cambodia's war dead and to celebrate independence from foreign rule, the monument stands majestically on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city.