Phnom Penh's broad boulevards and colonial ambiance reflects the era when the French were present in Indo-China. Located at the confluence of two rivers, Cambodia?s capitol also has some excellent markets and fine temples. Most of the hotels are located around the riverside with more accommodation being rebuilt or renovated as tourism develops. Places of interest ... More>include the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, the National Museum and the grisly Tuol Sleng Museum ? a reminder of the dark days when Cambodia was ruled by the Khmer Rouge.