Vespa Tour of Phnom Penh,
Cambodia, Phnom Penh and The South
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Phnom Penh is rich with cultural gems, lively street scenes and wonderful food. A particularly thrilling way to see the city is riding pillion on a Vespa, either over a half-day or well into the night. The half-day tour is a fast-paced adventure that zips masterfully through bustling city traffic to show you the city’s unexpected highlights: take in the view from Phnom Penh’s revered hilltop temple, marvel at the Royal Palace, witness the colourful and lesser-known street art scene and wander through enticing street markets. Try Vietnam’s tastiest local snacks along the way.
The night Vespa tour is a culinary and a visual feast with a few cultural surprises thrown into the mix. Have a cocktail or a chilled local beer at a rooftop bar before donning your helmet, but leave plenty of room for Phnom Penh’s delicious street food at a remarkable local eatery: they’re famous for oysters, squid with the prized Kampot pepper and Basa fish in particular. Zipping through the city at night, you’ll see the Independence Monument bathed in lights and catch some live music. End the evening on a high with a cocktail or a beer at a bar, but don’t hold back as the drinks are free-flowing and the food is endless.
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Both our guides, in Cambodia were excellent. However, I would like to nominate Channak for an award because we felt he gave an outstanding level of service, showing us things that weren't on the itinerary which we would never have found by ourselves and going out of his way to do so. His general sociability and ability to talk to local people, including more reserved tribal people, meant that we had a much greater insight into the community than we expected and we felt privileged to be there with him. He also has personal experience (from childhood) of the Khmer Rouge regime which made our visits to Toul Sleng and Choeung Ek in particular even more poignant than they would have been otherwise.