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Stroll down the Sisowath Quay

Lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops, this riverside promenade is a delightful escape for many Cambodians and expats from a hard day’s work.

Stroll down the Sisowath Quay

Phnom Penh's prime tourist stretch, Sisowath Quay is a charming boulevard along the banks of the Tonle Sap. Lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops, this riverside promenade is a delightful escape for many Cambodians and expats from a hard day’s work. The Quay is a de-facto tourist trail as it includes most of the city's major attractions along the stretch including the Royal Palace, National Museum and Wat Phnom.

Looking for a cool drink, relaxed atmosphere along with a sweeping view of the Quay? Head to the renowned Foreign Correspondent's Club (FCC) at 363 Sisowath Quay where you will be greeted with a gracious French colonial-style décor and some refreshing signature cocktails that go by the name of the Tonle Sap Breezer and the Burmese Rum Sour.

 

Published on Nov 2, 2009

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