There’s plenty of variety on this trip, as you skip between Sihanoukville’s best bits in the back of a traditional tuk tuk. You’ll start with a slice of culture, by visiting the Wat Krom Buddhist temple. Once you’ve cast an eye over the colourful architecture and ornate statues, turn your back on the place for panoramic views of the town. On your way to the next attraction, you’ll make a stop at the Golden Lion Roundabout. This larger-than-life feature does exactly what it says on the tin, with two huge glimmering lion statues crouching in the middle of the road. Snap a picture, then you'll ride past Phsar Leu Market – the biggest collection of traditional stalls in Sihanoukville, with everything from fresh seafood to souvenirs on sale. Check out the pagoda-style Wat Leu temple on your way to the final stop – this gold-tinted building’s one of the most-visited places of worship around. The white sands of Ochheuteal Beach cap things off, where you’ll have some free time to stroll along the waterfront.
You’ll need to dress modestly for the religious sites. Shorts and short skirts aren’t allowed, and women need to cover their shoulders. You’ll also need to take off your shoes before entering the temples, so it's best to bring some socks, as the pavements can get hot.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.