10 Days/9 Nights
Phnom Penh is the capital city of Cambodia, set at the meeting point of the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers. The city was important during both the Khmer Empire and French Colonial times, due to its access to the rivers and ability to get further afield. These days, Phnom Penh has started to be slightly more modern, with a vibrant pub street, some excellent walking routes with parks along the river, as well as some excellent historical spots to visit such as the Royal Palace, National Museum and Silver Pagoda all in the heart of town. Phnom Penh on its own may not be ideal, and we recommend combining it with Siem Reap, or another of South East Asia’s fantastic golf and culture destinations.
As for golf in Phnom Penh, there are two excellent golf courses in the city – Garden City Golf Club and the new Faldo-designed Vattanac Resort. Couple the golf with some excursions to The Killing Fields and the Genocide Museum, and each golfer will go away with a great golf and culture experience in Phnom Penh.