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No doubt the highlight of my 4 day visit in the city. The best way to move around Phnom Phen is by bike ridden by knowledgeable local girls.
The tour was done at my pace and we ate local food as well. My guide, Mey...More
I can only apologise for the lateness of this review! I organised a tour of Phnom Penh with Motogirl, visiting the Genocide Museum, Killing Fields and two local temples, Wat Phnom and Wat Ounalom. My guides for the day were Manich and Mey Mey, who...More
I booked this tour sort of last-minute, but they were so prompt with communication and gave me options of what to do / where to go. I ended up going with them to the silk island and it was such a fun day! Renou and...More
This was the highlight of my time in Phnom Penh. I did the village tour and am so glad that I chose this. I ended up getting a private tour and was able to hang out in the village with the guide and her family....More
As a single solo female traveler, I appreciate women-led tours. My guide, Sam, was knowledgeable and fun. She was an excellent driver and we were fast friends. I can't recommend this highly enough. She recommended an excellent vegan/vegetarian restaurant after our tour, also. These women...More
I did all the tours, including a custom tour to Killing Fields, as I only had one day and a half in Phnom Penh and I wanted to do the most out of it. Communication prior to the trip was great with the girls being...More
We loved the day city tour and zipping around the city on a moped was really fun and a great way to see the sites. It was a bit more expensive than I originally thought because you have to pay to get into the royal...More