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Expect a Pleasant Surprise in Cambodia's Colorful Capital

Most visitors to Cambodia fly over Phnom Penh on their way to Angkor Wat. It's a great pity because Phnom Penh is one of the most interesting and charming towns in Indochina. Beautiful French Colonial architecture abounds. Restaurants and shopping are terrific, and hotels are world-class. There is plenty to see, including what many believe is the most important museum in Southeast Asia. For all the tragedy and turmoil that Cambodia's capital has witnessed in the past, Phnom Penh is a lively, cosmopolitan gateway bursting with energy, commerce, culture and attractive people and even some gay nightlife. Visit a magnificent palace, cruise the Mekong River, or shop for striking silks and glittering jewelry. Phnom Penh has maintained the grace of old Asia while retooling for 21st century changes. You do not have to be gay to enjoy this package. Our mainstream guests choose to visit Cambodia with us because they know they will get something better from a local gay tour .

Day one:
Private transportation from the airport to your hotel. Early arrivals may enjoy sightseeing or treasure hunting in the expansive Russian Market. To catch the flavor of Phnom Penh life, take a late afternoon walk with our guide along the bustling riverfront where vendors cook up snacks, string flowers into fragrant garlands, or attract crowds of onlookers with old fashioned magic shows. If you like, your guide will join you for dinner. (He will make restaurant recommendations based on your individual tastes.) Afterwards, check out Phnom Penh's gay scene and its  surprising local night life with your guide.

Day Two:
Your guide will collect you in the morning for a journey through the city. Begin at the carefully tended gardens and pavilions of the Royal Palace. Here, an art nouveau mansion gifted by Napoleon is dwarfed by exotic spires and pagodas arcing into the sky and the glittering treasures of the Silver Pavilion. Wander, awestruck, through the sumptuous National Museum with its extraordinary collections of Khmer stone sculpture and delicate bronze wonders. English-speaking docents are available as well as a newly published English-language guide book. These treasures are just a fraction of those once sheltered in Cambodia's sacred temples and palaces. As impressive as they are now, imagine them as they once stood, lavished with offerings, gold ornaments, and encrusted with precious jewels.

If classes are in session at the Fine Arts School, you may be lucky to glimpse young students reviving traditional Khmer dances that were nearly lost to the world. Visit local temples as time allows and, if you are up to it, tour Tuol Sleng, the most dramatic of the "Killing Fields" museums. Your evening is free

Inclusion:
private A/C vehicle
English Speaking tour Guide
Cool Towels & Water
plus one soft drink each per day and person
price is 160$

exclusive:
personal use/ needs
Lunch or Dinner
entrances fee