The Cambodian Post office was built in 1890, then eventually restored and fully reopened in 2004. It fronts a small square on Street 13 — really Cambodian Post office is just a widening of the road — and is surrounded by other examples of colonial architecture in various states of upkeep. The post office is open 07:30 to 17:00, with a healthy two-hour lunch break from noon. Stamp collectors can make impulse purchases at the philatelic counter.
With a busy daily life, having meal, perhaps is the main problems while you really no idea what to eat. We would like to introduce our good neighbor, INDY HOUSE
which serves both lunch and dinner. Want to try Thai-style chicken steak experience?
Looking to experience some local food (or street food) in Phnom Penh Restaurant? There are so many local restaurants that serve you well.
Most if not all visitors in Phnom Penh are greatly in needs of finding good restaurants. Apart from those high class restaurants, serving Chinese, Japanese, or Western-style foods, in many traveler-friendly districts, namely BKKI, Toul Tom Poung, Phnom Penh Riverside and so on, you really want to experience the local taste, our Cambodian food or Khmer cuisine.