One Night in Phnom Penh

Juan Friday

A snack seller plies his trade on Sisowath Quay, home to many of the Cambodian capital's most popular bars and restaurants

Leang Seckon, leading contemporary artist
A great way to start an evening is to take in an exhibition with coffee or a cocktail at Java Café & Gallery, tel: (855-23) 987 420, overlooking the gardens in front of the Independence Monument. Then take a short walk across Sihanouk Boulevard and down Sothearos Boulevard to Meta House, tel: (855-23) 224 140, the city's popular arts and media center. It features Cambodian, Asian and Western works and has nightly lectures and films. Still within walking distance, sample Khmer cuisine with dinner at Sweet Restaurant & Bar, tel: (855-12)...

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