We talk to Phnom Penh resident Kounila about her city. Kounila has recommendations on places to stay, eat, relax and play.
Phnom Penh resident Kounila shares her recommendations on accommodation, eats, cafes and nightlife. Use the time code below to move to the area in the audio that interests you.
00:00: The places to stay in Phnom Penh – Street 172. Near National Museum. BKK2 and BKK3
0:55 : Head to Sissowath Quay for fancier hotels
1:30 : No need to change currency if you are bringing in US dollars
02:00: Going from the airport to the city
2:30: Cafes and working from Cafes in Phnom Penh. Kiriya Cafe, Wings Coffee,
4:25: Kok Ouk Mmor -Japanese restaurant favoured by some locals
4:52: Korean food
6:00: North Korean restaurants
6:15: Indian Restaurants – Just skip the rest and go to Taste Budz
0:655: WiFi everywhere in Cambodia
07:10 Blue Pumpkin – Ice creams and fun place to hangout
07:30: For late night hangouts go to Street 172. The end of the street near Soria Shopping Centre is party till late
8:55. Trips outside Phnom Penh (about 1 to 2 hours). Ba Khaeng and Tonle Bati
10:10: For weekend trips visit Kompot or Kep (around 3 hours drive)
11:00 Check out WheninPhnomPenh.com, Reviews from local point of view.
11:55: Check out metahouse.com and ladypenh.com