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.
The superb sequel to Ridley Scott’s futuristic masterpiece, starring Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford and Ana de Armas, is showing now in Phnom Penh.
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.
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.
This week, Major Cineplex will host the Major Charity Film Festival to help promote Khmer films. Seven of the country’s most famous films come to the screen, with tickets only 8,000 riel.
Staying in the city and need some tips on where you can still frequent? We’ve rounded up a bunch of places advertising that they’ll be open.
What’s On Phnom Penh reviews Darren Aronofski’s disturbing, allegorical nightmare, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem, which opens in cinemas in Phnom Penh tonight.
Part two of our guide to 48 hours in Phnom Penh. Find what’s on, where to go, and explore the excites of the city.
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
Whilst wondrous whims and one-off occasions transform the offerings of Phnom Penh – some things stay stable and consistent. Want some tips on what to do with your Wednesday? Look no further.