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Phnom Penh Capital Cambodia

Phnom Penh 27/February/2022

If we are talking about Cambodia then we are found out about the country capital and also the biggest cit it’s called Phnom Penh, the city had been resided of Cambodia kings for many decades, the first settle was in 1473, removed form the Angkor Wat capital, it’s well known as Siem Reap province now. the city had stood in the land were calling Phnom Penh for less than 100 years then moved to eastern of the country then back to Udong it was started from 1618-1863



In 1886 the king of Cambodia whose named Norodom decided to lead his royal family and cabinets to reside in what we now called Phnom Penh and it stands at frontside of four rivers.

From 1886 till 2022, Five Cambodia kings had crowned the title of king status, the first crown was named King Norodom, second King Sisovath, third King Norodom Sihanouk, King Norodom Sihanouk’s father and the currently is king Norodom Sihamoni.

  Nowadays, Phnom Penh is the most modern city of Cambodia and very welcome to all of travelers around the our planet to make a stop then to visit the city firstly after that oversea peoples are opportunity to travel across the country. Currently, Phnom Penh is being operated by one and big international airport and it’s going to have a huger one very soon by 2025
Within the new coming airport arrived soon by the year of 2025 then Phnom Penh are very opportunities to welcome worldwide directly flight tourists to visit the capital and also around Cambodia, and it’s also bring Cambodia to the world easily.
If you are already in Phnom Penh then don’t forget to visit the Cambodia Shooting Ranges Outdoor Phnom Penh

This are the pictures of Phnom Penh city in a very modern day of Cambodia, it’s showing the evening time to go around city within your own transportation, mostly locals like to ride scooters because the scooters are very to move in and move out the city


Phnom Penh is located in the southern heard of the country and fully surrounded by the Kandal Province. The municipality consists of the typical plain wet area for Cambodia, covering rice fields and other agricultural plantations. The province also features three of the biggest rivers of the country the Tonle Bassac, the Tonle Sap and the mighty Mekong.

All three rivers cross to form an “X” at their confluence, where the capital is situated. These rivers provide potential freshwater and other resources. The city, located at 11.55 N 104.91667? E (11?33′ North, 104?55′ East) covers an area of 375 square kilometres (145 sq mi) which some 11,401 hectares (28,172 acres) in the municipality and 26,106 hectares (64,509 acres) of roads. The agricultural land in the municipality amounts to 34.685 square kilometres (13 sq mi) with some 1.476 square kilometres (365 acres) under irrigation.


The country has a tropical climate – warm and humid. In the monsoon season, abundant rain allows for the cultivation of a wide variety of crops. This year-round tropical climate makes Cambodia ideal for developing tourism. Travellers need not to fear natural disasters such as erupting volcanoes or earthquakes, and the country is not directly affected by tropical storms.

Climate: Cambodia can be visited throughout the year. However, those plans to travel extensively by road should be avoided the last two months of the rainy season when some countryside roads may be impassable. The average temperature is about 27 degrees Celsius; the minimum temperature is about 16 degrees. December and January are the coolest months, whereas the hottest is April.

General information about the provincial climate

– Cool season: November- March (22-28c)
– Hot season: March- May (28c -38c)
– Rainy season: May – October (24-32c, with humidity up to 90%.)

The city temperatures range from 15 to 38 C and experiences tropical monsoons. Monsoons blow from the Southwest inland, bringing moisture-laden winds from the Gulf of Thailand and Indian Ocean from May to October. The northeast monsoon ushers in the dry season, which lasts from November to March. The city experiences the heaviest precipitation from September to October with the driest period occurring from January to February.


Double-digit economic growth rates in recent years have triggered an economic boom, with new hotels, restaurants, bars, and residential buildings springing up around the city. Phnom Penh’s wealth of historical and cultural sites makes it also a very popular tourist destination. The main economy is based on commercial such as garments, trading, small and medium enterprises. The property business is booming since the past few years. Real estate is now getting very expensive. The two new sub-cities are under construction, where investors from Korea and Indonesia join with Cambodian investors. The investment project of Camko-city is estimated about more than 200 millions and will be finished in 2018.

Because of its budget airlines flying from nearby countries directly to Phnom Penh, the leisure and business travellers are coming to enjoy themselves or to look for investment opportunities in Cambodia. So also the hotel business is likely more and more improving.

As Kandal province is around Phnom Penh it serves as an economic belt of the capital. For instance Cambodia has become the sixth largest garment exporter in the world in 2007 (most of these factories are in Kandal Province). The industry created job opportunities for about 0.5 million Cambodians and generated some 0.3 billion U.S. dollars of monthly payment for the employees. Also agricultural exports flourished in 2007, as palm oil, peanuts, rice, pepper and other rural products became ever more popular in the international markets.

Finally, luxury real estate project like the Longing Resort in Kandal province was demolished on July 31, as it expanded its land illegally and in effect constituted menace to the safety of the capital. The Asia Development Bank put Cambodia’s economic growth rate for the past year at 9.5 percent and nine percent in 2008, while the Cambodian government gave a conservative estimation of seven percent both in 2007 and 2008.