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All reviews nice walk walk along the river royal palace the tonle sap river night market river front street vendors local life national museum stroll riverside exercise flags jog aerobics boats exercising
A nice area to sit & watch the world go by, especially in the evenings when the families come out strolling...& the colourful monks are heading back to their temples...
Always a nice breeze...
Watch the boats on the river....the river gypsies pulling up to...More
It's surely a major tourist attraction, so much of the activities on the river and on the river banks itself.. The constant cool breeze that's there almost all the time is very refreshing. The area now well maintained as compared to those years of the...More
This is actually a very nice spot to stroll along to take in the views of the pedestrian promenade, the river and the various sights across the road (Night Markets, Royal Palace, etc) but very difficult to get to . The kerb from the roadway...More
We thought we would take a nice night stroll, but it gets super smelly at night, not to mention the harassment from tuk tuk drivers. A lot of pigeons, not clean. Not my understanding of a relaxed walk at the river side.
The wind is nice and cooling. It's too bad there are no Ice cream vendors (or at least the time we went there). A lot of drink vendors. There's a long park strip where kids play and older people are doing exercises. It's hectic to...More
As most of Phnom Penh is a moving traffic jam (with no quarter given for pedestrians to cross even at stop signs!) it makes a pleasant change to walk along a wide pathway next to the river. A simple pleasure in the teaming capital.
I took a midday stroll down Sisowath Quay to enjoy the Mekong/Tonle Sap River view. Hawkers peddle their wares and you can have a photo taken and printed on the spot. Not too much, just a nice view. Wear sunscreen.
Response from johndavison883 | Reviewed this property |
90 % of all restaurants along Riverside sell seafood ,but remember you only get what you pay for ,the more you spend the better the quality . catfish is cheap but reef fish expensive ,live fish restaurants where you pick... More
90 % of all restaurants along Riverside sell seafood ,but remember you only get what you pay for ,the more you spend the better the quality . catfish is cheap but reef fish expensive ,live fish restaurants where you pick your own fish from a fish tank very very expensive
fish and chips ( catfish ) $ 5
live fish restaurants $100 plus .
why would Cambodia have cheap top quality seafood ?
Response from jsmadrinan | Reviewed this property |
The recent past of Cambodia and its recovery has been heavily sponsored by the UN. Between 1992-1993 Cambodia was in fact made a UN protectorate under UNTAC (UN Transition Authority of Cambodia), a first in UN history. The... More
The recent past of Cambodia and its recovery has been heavily sponsored by the UN. Between 1992-1993 Cambodia was in fact made a UN protectorate under UNTAC (UN Transition Authority of Cambodia), a first in UN history. The flags along the quay could be a reminder of this period in their history as well as a message of thanks to these countries who helped them become what they are right now.