It’s not just the weather that’s heating up this weekend… here are the hottest things to do in Phnom Penh from now until Monday morning.
Your complete guide to the best things to do in Phnom Penh from now until Monday morning.
It’s all kicking off this weekend! There’s theatre, there’s art, there’s a huuuuuge array of gigs and club nights… and even a very exciting mini-festival. Get involved.
Savour classic Khmer flavours along with top-notch painting, sculpture, photography and documentary filmmaking at this celebration of Cambodian wildlife in BKK1.
Fed up of the paint-by-numbers art shops scattered around the city? Pick up a unique piece you’ll love forever, at a fraction of the price – and with a party thrown in, too.
Yes, we know, it’s another wet and windy weekend in the Penh – but shake off your rainy season blues, put on your wellies (screw it, put on your swimsuit!) and get ready to partyyyyy.
For the whole of October, Neverland Art Space is holding an Open Call for its Inktober Art Exhibition, which will open its doors on 1st November.
Never mind the tumbleweed blowing through the eerily quiet streets of Phnom Penh this week… there’s still plenty of fun to be had if you know where to look!
Learn how to sip into stillness with a centuries-old meditative practice, the Tea Ceremony.
The Pchum Ben exodus may be about to begin, but there’s still plenty of great events to keep you entertained from now until Monday morning. Here’s our pick.
Screening: Short Films by PP Film Club
The weather’s heating up… and so is the weekend! Here’s everything you should be doing from now until Sunday night.