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Phnom Penh Street Food by Night, Phnom Penh Tours

Phnom Penh Street Food by Night

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A Mekong sunset cruise or Phnom Penh history tour are all very well but you know as well as we do that the best way to discover a city is through its food, that’s why you are here on this tour page, doing the smart thing! Enjoy the wind through your hair as you whizz around the streets via tuk-tuk, tasting Cambodian street food, seeing the sights and visiting the city’s bustling markets, with a local guide by your side.

  • Taste and savour the unique flavours of Phnom Penh 
  • Explore and eat your way through the city’s sprawling Central Market
  • Travel through the city by tuk-tuk and see some of the sights between food stops
  • Get insight from your local guide into traditional Cambodian favourites like fried cricket, fresh spring rolls and more
  • Hang out with locals in areas rarely visited by tourists

Tour style:Food Tour, Sightseeing Tour

Local English-speaking guide, transportation by Cambodian tuk-tuk, Khmer snacks, dinner, dessert, bottle of water or fruit shake or beers.


Additional food and drinks that are not mentioned in the inclusions listed above, any entrance fees during or after the end of the tour, tips/gratuities for guide and drivers.

Group size:Maximum 12
Schedule details:
  • Duration:2.5-3 hours
  • Meeting point:

    Front Entrance of National Museum of Phnom Penh (Preah Ang Eng St. (13), Phnom Penh)

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  • Start time: 4.30 PM
  • Finish point:

    Drop off at centrally located hotels in Phnom Penh.

Additional information :
  • Voucher exchange details:

    Please present this voucher to your guide at the beginning of your tour. Save this email on your phone or tablet, or print a copy, as you will need to show this to join the trip.

  • Confirmation of booking:

    If you have your voucher, your booking is confirmed. We'll see you at the start point. Get in touch if you have any concerns or require more information via the email address or phone number (business hours only) on your voucher. 

    Contact details: Please call +855 12 391 780 or +855 92 999 860 or email info@phnompenhurbanadventures.com.

  • Additional information:

    For most of the year it is hot in Phnom Penh. There will be opportunities to purchase water, but you should also bring a supply with you. Please keep hydrated. During the rainy season you should bring an umbrella or light rain jacket. Plastic ponchos are also readily available for a small sum in local shops and markets.

  • Dress standard:

    Dress respectfully for visiting in the local community. Trousers/skirt or knee length shorts and shirt/t-shirt that covers your shoulders are appropriate. Comfortable shoes or sandals suitable for walking are also recommended.

  • Child policy:

    No age limit: This is a child-friendly tour. Children between the ages of 6 and 11 inclusively are permitted on this tour at the rate listed above. Please select ‘child’ above when booking. Children under the age of 6 are permitted to join this tour free of charge. Please inform us at the time of booking if you’ll be bringing a child under the age of 6. You can do so in the special request box on the checkout page.

  • Language: English


Hungry? We hope so! On this food-focused tour you’ll not only get to feel like a local — you’ll get to eat like one, too. Breezing through the city in a tuk-tuk, you’ll have the chance to explore Phnom Penh’s vibrant street food scene, from roadside stands to bustling market stalls, for a whole evening of eating, drinking and discovering how locals enjoy this energetic city.

Your Cambodian foodie adventure begins close to the beautiful Royal Palace. Get acquainted with your local guide as you stroll the streets towards our first stop, the Central Market. Together we will explore the fresh seafood and local fruit stalls, check out the best BBQ and spring roll stalls and admire some of the more unusual (to Westerners anyway) street food options like fried cricket and spider. This is authentic Phnom Penh at it’s best and it’s truly unforgettable. 

We’ll leave the market and continue to explore the street food stalls that line the streets, stopping to taste authentic Khmer delicacies, and maybe sitting down with the locals in some of our favourite hidden foodie hotspots. Be adventurous and you will have the opportunity to try dishes such as traditional grilled beef skewers with sliced bread and pickled papaya, grilled fish and duck fetus egg. 

The Independence Monument is next on our agenda, for a quick insight into the city’s history and a great opportunity for collecting those all-important holiday snaps. 

Then we’ll hop on our tuk-tuk and ride off towards the night market, enjoying the buzz of the streets and the wind in our hair as we race across town.

At the market, you’ll try Cambodian noodle soup or a Khmer curry, depending on your preference, and soak up the sights and smells of this frenetic place. 

Our penultimate, spectacular stop will be the stunningly illuminated Wat Phnom Pagoda, where we’ll have a chance to take some photos and your guide can answer any questions about the city that you’ve yet to ask. 

Finally, we’ll end with a very special and traditional dinner at one of our favourite local restaurants, including dessert. As we eat, your guide will talk to you about what it’s like to live in Phnom Penh and share some more stories about its history and people 

Your guide will then escort you back to your accommodation or alternatively they will happily provide some recommendations on other places to visit and perhaps have a drink so that your night out can continue!

Your trip:

This trip is offered on a “join-in” basis for small groups of a maximum of 12 people.