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Digby’s aspire for quality, character and excellence in all that they do. Digby’s is more than just a cafe, its a place where people meet to shop, eat, do business, laugh and relax.

They supporting local farms, purchase all the seafood through quality purveyor and work cooperatively with local fishermen and farmers.

All vegetables are either certified organic (by CORAA) or chemical-free, priority goes to local farmers.

We also use only filtered water for drinking water and ice. The bakery bakes all pastries, cakes and bread with passion and care using fresh quality ingredients.

Perfect over a cup of coffee or a pot of Gryphon Tea.

They support NGOs such as Friend’s International, PSE in recruiting and staffing their graduated students to train them further in their career in the kitchen as well as service staff.

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The Providore Deli

We provide delicious gourmet food and coffee along with quality grocery items to be enjoyed in-house or at home.

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Bringing the BEST Bubble tea in the world to the amazing country of Cambodia.

With over 1000 outlets worldwide, Chatime, the best bubble tea in the world is now here in Cambodia after many other countries such as Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippine, Singapore, US, UK, Australia, Indonesia, Canada, UAE, India, Japan, Pakistan, Myanmar.

Chatime Cambodia has an innovative freshly brewed bubble tea experience infused with different natural flavors through “High Tech Tea Making” procedure. Chatime formalizes the tea making standard procedures in “precise timing”, “precise quality” and “precise temperature” to guarantee the best quality drinks with consistency for customers worldwide.

Regarded by many as offering the best pearl milk tea in the world, Chatime is fast becoming a worldwide phenomenon. Unlike other tea drink chains, our teas are brewed fresh in store at optimal temperatures and times to ensure the very best flavour. All of our teas and ingredients are imported directly from Taiwan and we never use premade teas from factories which results in a more robust tea flavour and fragrance. That’s why CHATIME is the best tasting bubble tea.

1. “Chatime Legend Citymall” (9:30am – 9:30pm)- Citymall Shopping Center, 3rd floor ( in front of Legend Cinema)
2. “Chatime Riverside” (9am – 10pm) – Sisowath Quay, near KFC Riverside.
3. “Chatime Norodom” (8am – 9pm) – Preah Norodom Blvd, next to Chaktomok Secondary School.
4. “Chatime Mao Tse Tung” (9am – 9pm) – In front of Toul Tom Pung pagoda, next to Toys & Me.
5.”Chatime Pub Street” (10am – 12am) – In front of BB Angkor Night Market, Pub Street, Siem Reap
6. “Chatime Sorya” (9am – 9pm)- Main entrance of Sorya Shopping Center
7. “Chatime Santhormuk” (8am – 9pm) – next to Arona market, opposite to ACE, Kampuchea Krom Blvd.
8. “Chatime TK Avenue” (9am – 9pm) – in Legend Cinema , TK AVENUE mall (corner street 315 and street 516, Toul Kork, same road as Zaman University)
9. “Chatime Square” (9am – 9pm) – National Assembly street, In front of 3G Football Pitch, Opposite to Australian Embassy.
10. “Chatime BKK” (8am – 9pm) – Street 51 (Pasteur), Next to Bonna Realty Group.
11. “Chatime 271” (9am – 9pm) – Street 271, Opposite to Aknuwat Primary School.
12. “Chatime SEA” (9am – 9pm) – Northbridge Street, Opposite to SEA TV & University of Cambodia (UC).
13. “Chatime Chbar Ampov” (9am – 9pm) – Next to Cambodian Public Bank, Opposite to Beltei 5 School & Acleda Bank.
14. “Chatime Calmette” (9am – 9pm) – Preah Monivong Blvd, Opposite to Calmette Hospital.
15. “Chatime Sen Sok” (9am – 9pm) – Opposite to Tela Petrol Station & Sen Sok International University Hospital.
16. “Chatime Sovanna” (9am – 9pm) – Opposite to main entrance of Sovanna Shopping Centre.
17. “Chatime Boeung Trabek” (8:30am – 9pm) – Preah Monivong Blvd, opposite to Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE)
18. “Chatime Monivong” (9am-9pm) – Corner of St. 310 & Preah Monivong Blvd, opposite to Total Gas Station.

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ARTillery is a creative cafe focused on healthy living. Our menu brings together vegetarian, vegan, and raw

food with some quirky and satisfying dishes that stay true to our focus on organic, local and nutritious


Our plant-based, healthy, lifestyle-focused dishes are (delicious! and) customizable to fit your needs and


We work directly with local farms to source chemical-free organic ingredients, and we constantly aspire to

reduce our impact on the environment.

Our cozy cafe on St.240 ½ is host to classes, art exhibits, wellness events and detox programs.

V = Vegan, VG = Vegetarian, GF = Gluten-Free, P = Paleo, AIP = Auto-Immune Protocol

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Elephant Bar

Elephant Bar is a magnificent and formidable lounge at Raffles le Royal Hotel. Perfect for guests who wish to enjoy original cocktails and a wide selection of premium spirits in a sophisticated and charming atmosphere. Elephant Bar is Phnom Penh’s most famous historical bar, once visited by Jaqueline Kennedy. They also offer fine cigars and piano music.
Elephant Bar has Happy Hours between 4.00pm and 9.00pm with 50% discount.

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Miro is a finest restaurant and bar located between Mango and Axara on Sihanouk Boulevard. They serve French cuisine.

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Bouchon Wine Bar

Bouchon Wine bar is one of the latest additions to Phnom Penh’s nightlife. This contemporary wine bar offers over 40 excellent wines from France, most of which come from Bordeaux and have been selected and imported exclusively for this venue.

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Sabay Cineplex

The Sabay Cineplex is located on the 5th floor of  Sorya Shopping Center. There are 3 halls available for screening, one of them featuring 3D theater offering: surround sound, 3D, tasty snack, fashionable light, comfortable seat, elegant hall. Enjoy the thrilling experience of full excitement with awesome Hollywood and Asian movies.

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The Cambodia-Vietnam Friendship Monument

The Cambodia-Vietnam Friendship Monument is a large concrete monument that was built to commemorates the cordial relationship between the Cambodia and Vietnam. It was built in the late 1970s by the Vietnam backed regime that  took power after Khmer Rouge.

The monument consists of two soldiers standing guard over a Cambodian woman holding a baby, on a plinth. The style of the figures has been described as 1930s ‘Soviet realism’.

The statue is located Sothearos Boulevard, Near the corner of Sihanouk Boulevard in the middle of Hun Sen Park.

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La Residence

La Residence is a French restaurant in the former home of Cambodia’s Prince Norodom Ranariddh. They serve fine French food in an environment surrounded by wide bay windows exhibiting their tropical garden and glass roof which creates a warm glow.  Weekdays they offer a set menu for lunches.

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Topaz is a restaurant offering French traditional cuisine with refined atmosphere and Asian inspired decor. Topaz also boasts a deep wine cellar and a walk in humidor-stocked with the finest imported cigars and they have a lively piano bar upstairs.

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Armand’s is a small French bistro close to the Old Market (Phsar Chas). They have a simple menu with charcuteries-dishes, as well as wines imported from France and Australia.

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Le Seoul

Le Seoul is a clean, spacious Korean restaurant with private rooms and attentive staff.  It is a good place to take friends and enjoy Korean BBQ on a special occasion, as it tends to be a little expensive.  All their beef is imported from the U.S.

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Independence Monument

Independence Monument (Vimean Ekareach) was built in 1958 as a memorial to Cambodia’s independence from France in 1953. The Monument was designed by Vann Molyvann, an influential Cambodian architect, he has also designed the Olympic Stadium and many other buildings from the 1960-70s in Phnom Penh. Independence Monument is designed in a Angkorian style, shaped as a lotus-shaped stupa that consists of five levels and every level is decorated with snake heads. The monument is at its most impressive later in the afternoon when the shadows are highlighting the complexity of the design. At night time, the monument is beautifully lit up by red, blue and white floodlights, representing the colors of national flag. You will find Independence in the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city. At the 9th of November every year Cambodia celebrates its Independent day, during this celebration the Independence Monument is the center of the activities. A ceremonial flame is lit on pedestal inside the monument by a royal representative or a high official, and floral tributes line the stairs.

Walking in the monument is not permitted but its best view from across the street.

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Tendance Khmere

Walking in to Tendance Khmere is like walking in to a colorful heaven of pillows and quilts. Their products are handmade here in Phnom Penh by a smaller team of skilled local craftsmen under the guidance of Tendance Khmere founders, Flavien and Nina Lambert.

They use a unique combination of wonderful fabrics to design and produce exquisite décor items for your home.

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Legend Cinema

Legend Cinema is the first cinema in Cambodia screening licensed Hollywood Movies. Legend Cinema is placed on the 3rd floor at City Mall.

Ticketing Counter is open daily 10:00am – 9:00 pm.

Contact time : 10:00 to 22:00 Everyday

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Jasmine Boutique

Jasmine Boutique offers sophisticated designed fashion for women that responds to the changing seasons with creativity and vision. Jasmine creates two collections a year from the finest Cambodian silk, hand woven and hand dyed in custom colors.

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Red Apron

Red Apron is at Street 240, behind Silver Pagoda. They have around 300 wines, you can buy some of the best wines in the world in this store. Upstairs, the Wine and Lifestyle Lounge also provides tasting and accommodation between meals and wines.

Inside, with air con, discover a classical and useful display of wines by their origins (lands, terror and wine-yards countries) in a harmonious space at a competitive prices. Beside a room is dedicated to tasting party.

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Master Suki Soup (Sorya Shopping Center)

Master Suki Soup restaurant is the most famous suki hot pot in Cambodia and has seen more than 10 years of serving Suki Soup.

Master Suki Soup(Sorya Shopping Center) is the third branch located at the 6th and 8th floor of Sorya Shopping Center.

You also can find other branches in Phnom Penh: Master Suki Soup(Chroy Changva), Master Suki Soup(Bak Touk), Master Suki Soup(Sovanna Shopping Center 4th floor).

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Water Lily

Water Lily is a charming little jewelry shop hidden behind a small but lushful garden on Street 240. The shop is filled with shelves, cabinets, baskets, jars and boxes that invite you to discover playfully handmade jewelries designed by Christine Gauthier.

Christine has taken her inspiration from the Cambodian nature and each jewelry has its own history. You can find necklaces, earrings, bracelets, brooches, hats, bags and much more made from both recycled material and pearls.

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Bloom Cake & Cafe

Too beautiful to eat…too delicious to resist.

Bloom café is an exquisite cupcake boutique in a chic oasis in the city. Empowering and skilling Cambodian women in hospitality diplomas, this non-profit organisation provides training and employment to local women. Professionally elegant and world class, this thriving business is a beautiful must see.

Importing the finest quality ingredients to ensure their cakes, cupcakes and cookies are incomparable, Bloom is unlike any other café experience! Enjoy the cake art gallery, delicious smooth, rich fair trade coffee and fast free wifi as you unwind in this relaxing haven.


For birthday, wedding or other celebrations Bloom will add the Wow factor! Don’t miss out on the Bloom experience-treat yourself today!

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Monument Books

Monument Books in Cambodia is well-known for its extensive selection of international books mostly in English but they also offers a variety of other languages.

Monument Books stocks the widest possible range of books on Cambodia and its history with a special emphasis on Angkor temples and the Khmer Kingdom as well as the tragedy of the Khmer Rouge period.



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Intercontinental Hotel

Inter Continental Hotel is a luxury hotel in Phnom Penh located in the new business district. The hotel provides the latest business conference technology and is only twenty minutes from the airport. Offering 346 rooms and suites within serene environment, all the guestrooms feature high speed internet access. Enjoy the outdoor swimming pool and spa services or maintain your fitness in the fully equipped fitness center.


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Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra Hotel

Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra is set in a natural atmosphere overlooking magnificent view of Mekong and Bassac river, close to key attractions, embassies and the central business district.

This hotel provides 201 luxurious rooms and well-designed suites with a range of amenities and modern facilities. Moreover, Sofitel offers a wide selection of restaurant featuring menus from international cuisines.

Guests can get a full relaxation from hotel facilities such as a spa, a fitness room, a Jacuzzi, a sauna and an outdoor pool. After hours of sightseeing, guests can sit back and relax at bars with an extensive list of soft drinks and delicious light meals. Besides, They also has the finest conference room with full of facilities in Cambodia.

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National Museum

The National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh is Cambodia’s largest museum of cultural history and is the country’s leading historical and archaeological museum.

The National Museum of Cambodia is located on Street 13 in central Phnom Penh, next to the Royal Palace. The visitor’s entrance to the compound and the admissions ticket booth are at the corner of Streets 13 and 178.

The museum houses one of the world’s largest collections of Khmer art, including sculptural, ceramics, bronzes, and ethnographic objects. The Museum’s collection includes over 14,000 items, from prehistoric times to periods before, during, and after the Khmer Empire, which at its height stretched from Thailand, across present-day Cambodia, to southern Vietnam. The Museum buildings, inspired by Khmer temple architecture, were constructed between 1917 and 1924, the museum was officially inaugurated in 1920, and renovated in 1968.