Day City Tour
A fun ride in the city to the most popular tourist attractions and learn the history and culture of Cambodia from visiting many interesting places. Not only will you receive some fun and facts about each of the places, but our guides will also tell you things only the Cambodian knows.
- Free pickup and drop off at the hotel
- English speaking tour guide, motorbike, fuel
- High quality helmet
- Raincoat (if needed)
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
$38 / Person
Check Out Our Exciting Destinations Below:
Royal Palace of Phnom Penh
The Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, is a complex of buildings which serves as the royal residence of the king of Cambodia. The palace was constructed after King Norodom relocated the royal capital from Oudong to Phnom Penh in the mid-19th century. It was built atop an old citadel called Banteay Kev. It faces towards the East and is situated at the Western bank of the cross division of the Tonle Sap River and the Mekong River called Chaktomuk.
The National Museum is Cambodia’s largest museum of cultural history and is the country’s leading historical and archaeological museum.
The museum houses is one of the world’s largest collections of Khmer art, including sculptural, ceramics, bronzes, and ethnographic objects. The Museum’s collection includes over 14,000 items, from prehistoric times to periods before, during, and after the Khmer Empire, which at its height stretched from Thailand, across present-day Cambodia, to southern Vietnam.
The Independence Monument in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, was built in 1958 for Cambodia’s independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city. It is in the form of a lotus-shaped stupa, of the style seen at the great Khmer temple at Angkor Wat and other Khmer historical sites.
During national celebrations, The Independence Monument is the center of activity. A ceremonial flame on the interior pedestal is often lit by a royal or high official on these occasions, and floral tributes line the stairs. Every year, The Independence Monument is visited by foreigners and locals alike.
Wat Phnom is a Buddhist temple located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It was built in 1373, and stands 27 metres (88.5 ft) above the ground. It is the tallest religious structure in the city. The pagoda was given the name of Wat Preah Chedey Borapaut. Wat Phnom is the central point of Phnom Penh.
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“Great Experience with Moto Girl Tour!”
This time of year Phnom Penh is dry but quite hot for westerners, around 30 degrees C+ mid day. Getting about there are a few tours:. You can take Tuk Tuk (slow and still get stuck in traffic), Taxi ( slow and air conditioned but a lot more money than Tuk Tuk). There are also alternatives such as Pedi cabs around the city, these go at a snails pace, very hot in the sun and you really are a sitting duck in moving traffic! So if you want a super efficient way of getting around, I can not recommend highly enough Moto Girl Tour!
First the girls are very good at speaking English and understand what westerners require. You get around the city at an average speed of 20-45KMH so it is very comfortable as the wind really cools you down. You wont be sweating like you will be in a Pedi-Cab. I was taken to Royal Palace and National museum. The girls really know Cambodian History and Culture and only too happy to show you all the great things in Phnom Penh.
I strongly suggest that before you leave, make sure you have adequate sun protection because you feel cool but can still be burned. I did not put any on my neck so I got a little bit sunburned there.
Conclusion: Excellent professional service with smiles all around. Anyone who does not take this great service is seriously missing out when they come to Phnom Penh.
Visited February 2016
“Very Genuine Tour”
You should take a tour with Renou and her crew if you say yes to any of the following:
1. You are a solo female traveller who would feel safer with a female tour guide.
2. You want to feel the wind in your hair and weave through all those tuktuks and cars!
3. You’ve done all the typical tourist stuff in Phnom Penh and wanna see something real.
4. You want to have real conversations with someone local.
5. You want to support independent locals and not the big tour companies.
6. You want a tour that is specifically catered towards you.
Those are a few reasons I took a tour with them, and they didn’t disappoint. It felt like a very relaxed and genuine tour. Thanks, girls!
Visited February 2017