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Sights in Phnom Penh are few actually, which allows you to take things easy. Visit the Royal Palace but remember to dress conservatively. Some of the public areas in the palace do not permit the taking of pictures. On the palace grounds are two beautiful pagodas, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the Silver Pagoda. Opposite the Royal Palace is the National Museum of Cambodia that showcases the country’s golden age. Photography is only allowed at the central courtyard. By late afternoon, venture towards the Sisowath Quay, a boulevard along the Tonlé Sap and the Mekong. It’s a relaxing place to be as you can indulge in people watching and view the last rays of the sun before you have your dinner at one of the restaurants there before hitting the bar.
Get some time to relax while you are in Phnom Penh and learn more about its French colonial culture. Find several budget airfare packages to Phnom Penh through Skiddoo and book your flight early.