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Phnom Penh: Map Index



Phnom Penh sits along the west side of the Tonle Sap and Bassac Rivers. The airport is at the western edge of town, about 9km (30-50 minutes) from town center. Hotels, restaurants and shops are spread across the city, though there is a greater concentration toward the center of the town and along the riverfront. The Boeung Kak Lake area is a popular budget traveler area. Most in-city points of interest lie within 10 minutes of each other. 


Phnom Penh Maps

Map of Phnom Penh City  - This map covers the main body of Phnom Penh City.

Phnom Penh City Center & Cyclo/Walking Tour Map The ‘City Center’ - roughly bordered between the river and Monivong Blvd and from Wat Phnom to Sihanouk Blvd. - is the oldest section of the city, much of it developed in the French Colonial period. Also see Architecture Tour.

Area Map: Street 178 Area - Street 178, next to the National Museum near the riverfront, is known as ‘Art Street’ for the local art galleries and sculpture shops lining the street opposite the Royal University of Fine Arts. Several art galleries, silk and souvenir boutiques and restaurants and bars dot the area...

Area Map: Boeung Keng Kang 1 - Boeung Keng Kang, bordered by Sihanouk, Norodom, Mao Tse Toung, and Monivong, has traditionally been considered the city’s ‘foreigners quarter.’ The area is base to many NGOs, embassies and international organizations as well as expatriate residences and hotels catering to long-term visitors. The whole of Boeng Keng Kang 1 is dotted with visitor-oriented businesses - hotels, restaurants, bars, silk shops, massage spas, travel agents and realtors...

Area Map: Street 51 area - Well after dark, Street 51 is the place to be. Anchored by the famous Walkabout Hotel, Shanghai and the Heart of Darkness bar, nearly a dozen bars and clubs and a couple of hotels are concentrated into a few blocks along Street 51. The Walkabout Hotel Bar and Restaurant...

Area Map: Street 104 near the riverfront - The Street 104 area, just off of Sisowath Quay opposite the passenger port at the northern end of the riverfront promenade, is the riverfront’s ‘Pub Street,’ harboring a growing cluster of pubs and hostess bars, a few of mid-range hotels and a couple of the riverfront’s better restaurants...

Area Map: Street 240 near the Royal Palace - The Street 240 area, right next to the Royal Palace, offers a unique concentration of good restaurant/bars and quality boutiques offering silks and silk fashions, Southeast Asian art and furniture...

Area Map: Riverfront dining and shopping area - Riverfront Area, along Sisowath Quay from the Street 104 Area to the Royal Palace area near Street 178 is popular with locals and tourists alike. The riverfront road, Sisowath Quay, is lined with dozens of restaurants and bars offering curbside and air-con seating, and a range of hotels and guesthouses, some affording spectacular riverside views. There are also several silk and souvenir shops, travel agents, internet cafes and a couple of ATMs... 

Area Surrounding Phnom Penh - Map of area surrounding Phnom Penh up to about 80km from the city. The map includes ruins and other points of interest. The sections of the National Routes depicted on this map are paved and in fairly good condition. There may be an occasional rough stretch of road, but these are relatively short and minor. The condition of the secondary roads varies. Most of the points of interest and ruins depicted on this map can be reached from Phnom Penh by car in 2 hours or less.




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