Attractions from Phnom Penh

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Boat trip on Mekong River (Phnom Penh)
The city's tourist agency has a boat, which sails travelers around on the river, where you can see the beautiful Mekong islands, known for their production of silk, and small villages along the river as well as a variety of animals.
The area around The Killing Fields of Choeung Ek (Phnom Penh)
The Killing Fields are an unpleasant memory of the cruelties committed by The Red Khmer (Khmer Rouge). Approximately 17,000 people were killed here, 15 km from the city, and when visiting the place you'll se more than 8,000 sculls arranged by gender and age behind a glass window - part of a memorial that was erected there in 1988.
The Cambodian National Museum (Phnom Penh)
The National Museum was designed by a French Archaeologist in 1920, and contains a large collection of Khmer artwork from the entire country. It also contains artifacts from the many periods of the country's history, among other things some Buddha figures from the 6th and 7th centuries
Wat Phnom Temple (Phnom Penh)
The temple is situated in the northern end of the city, which it has named. It was built by a rich Khmer woman named Penh in 1372, which had found three Buddha statues and therefore built this temple for them to stand in. The temple is still visited by many who come there to pray, each day.

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