A city tour will acquaint you with some of the major sights of Phnom Penh. The private quarters of the Royal Palace are now home to the royal family and are therefore closed to the public. In the northern area of the palace grounds is the Silver Pagoda, the most sacred shrine in the country. You will also visit the legendary temple of Wat Phnom, which provides an interesting view over the environs. The next stop of your trip will be the National Museum, exclusively dedicated to Khmer art and sculpture. And, if you desire, you may make a detour to visit the notorious Toul Sleng Genocide Museum.

For the rest of day, you will go on a shopping excursion at the Central Market and Toul Tompong Market where you will feel the bustling daily life of the local people. You will then have a private table for a fine dining experience and then an overnight stay in Phnom Penh.