An Adore Adventures tour of Phnom Penh is a unique way to get to know the city from a local’s perspective. The food is the most interesting theme and a highest rated food tour in Phnom Penh, it is a way to follow the native custom to make sure that what’s precious to us is and remains well protected. This original Phnom Penh food tour uniquely provides free foods and acting like the local. You can safely enjoy the tour in comfort and style because you will experience on our local Romork (Tuk Tuk) in front the skillful drivers.
- Visit an architecture building of Central Market and put your fingers to catch up local foods and fruits
- Traveling on Tuk Tuk to explore the favorite local foods along the streets.
- Hear insights from our local guide on Cambodian favorites, snacks including fried cricket, Hairy spider, fresh spring roll and more.
- Savor the flavors of Phnom Penh snacks, dinner, and dessert.
- Interact with the locals in areas which see few other foreign visitors.
|DEPARTURE POINT||Pickup Meeting Point in Phnom Penh|
|DEPARTURE TIME||4:30 PM|
|ENDING POINT||Drop off at centrally located hotels in Phnom Penh|
This tour is friendly with children from 6 years old to 11 years old. Please select “Child” on the booking form when booking. Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour.
For your Adore Adventures, You will be joining a small group of 10 people. But if you would like to make a larger group size your own, please contact us.
Confirmation of Booking:
If you have your voucher, means your booking is confirmed. Please save it in your mobile or tablet and show our local guide at the starting point of the tour. If you have any requirements or concerns please fill up in the “Order notes” on the booking form.
If you are a vegetarian food lover or you have any allergies or you do not eat certain food please inform us in the booking form when you book this tour.
For most of the year, the weather is hot while visiting temples. To facilitate this, please inform your tour guide to stop at the stores or local market to purchase water and snacks. Please keep hydrated bring hats, sunscreen or an umbrella to protect yourself from the hot day.
Additional Information: Please note that tours are not canceled in case of rain.
Closure of sites: The third level area of Angkor Wat is not open during Buddhist holidays.
You might have some great day like Mekong Sunset Tour or killing field tour but what is a real like food tour will discover by Phnom Penh Street Food Tour. On the day can be hot and long, so it is a great time to refresh and breeze through the streets on the Cambodian Tuk Tuk to explore the real Cambodian street foods market and stalls. This is a fun time in the evening of eating, drinking and seeing how local people enjoy this energetic city.
Traveling to the architecture building of Central Market where you will see fresh seafood and local fruit stalls. Visit this market will make an experience with the local Khmer snacks like fried cricket, spider, fresh spring roll, BBQ and other exotic foods from around the market and in authentic Khmer place that you never imagined existed in Phnom Penh.
Left the market to explore the real authentic foods along the streets. Be adventurous and taste Khmer delicacies at street stalls or sitting on a small table like local people and a picnic style at a spot hidden from most tourists. You will try your hands to pick up the local foods like Cambodian traditional grilled beef skewers with sliced bread and pickled papaya, grill fish meet (Noum Sang Vark), duck fetus egg and more.
We then adventure to the much-celebrated Independence Monument for a quick insight into the city’s history and expressly for the taking fantastic photos. Then freshen on the Tuk Tuk to the night market where you will try a real Cambodia noodle with tradition soup or Khmer curry. Then before get into the local restaurant for a special dinner and dessert, then visit the illuminated Wat Phnom, a most famous hilltop pagoda and a central place of the city.
Phnom Penh Street Food by Night explores a real Cambodian street food and act like a local.