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Addres: #419, Monivong Blvd, Khan 7 Makara (Orussey Market Area), Phnom Penh, Cambodia

The G Mekong Hotelis an artistic urban sanctuary that embraces contemporary design, stylish comfort and metropolitan luxury.
The Hotel is perfectly located on Monivong Boulevard in the heart of Phnom Penh, a city the French once called the ‘Paris of the East’ set on the banks of the mythical Mekong River.

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The G Mekong Hotel is a proud supporter of the arts and of contemporary design in Cambodia and the region, supporting local artists and featuring their works in our gallery. The gallery will showcases different artists and offer a revolving exhibition of the finest talent in Cambodia and the region it is also an excellent venue to escape the city, leave all the outside world behind and indulge your senses in the creativity, inspiration and beauty of our stunning collections.

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Phnom Penh
Founded in 1434, the city was always noted for the beauty of its tranquil riverside location on the Mekong River. Under the French protectorate Phnom Penh was given the name the "Pearl of The East" and was regarded as one of the loveliest cities in all Indochina. The city’s ambitious colonial architecture and wide boulevards added to its charm as did the Royal palace and the many royal events and ceremonies. Along with the serene beauty of its many Buddhist temples and saffron robed monks.
During Cambodia’s post-colonial independence in the early 1950’s; this reputation for aesthetic charm was further enhanced with the undertaking of several large, state buildings and monuments commissioned by King Norodom Sihanouk and implemented by his specially appointed team of town planners, led by the gifted modernist architect Van Molyvann.
There are still many surviving French colonial buildings scattered along the grand boulevards, these impressive structures still stand majestically as part of Phnom Penh’s living history, as do many of Molyvann’s greatest works such as the independence monument and the Olympic stadium.
More recently modern structures with contemporary designs have begun to appear on the cityscape.
Phnom Penh is a city with a turbulent history, today you will find it to be a city with a deep and rich culture, married to a bright and prevailing future.
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The Royal Palace
The golden steeple golden roofs of the Royal Palace sit glimmering on the riverbank at the confluence of three mythical South East Asian rivers, the Tonle Sap, the Tonle Bassac and of course the mighty Mekong.
The Royal palace was built in 1866 on a site selected by the Royal astrologers who duly noted the significance of its auspicious geography, fit for a King regarded as a direct descendant of the gods, who had been sent to earth to rule under the influence of heaven.
The palace is one of Phnom Penh’s most striking landmarks and remains to this day the home of Cambodia’s Royal Monarch.
The Royal Palace enclave contains several impressive architectural achievements, adorned with elaborate and ornate decoration. The majestic throne hall is still used for official celebrations such as coronations and audiences with foreign dignitaries and government officials. To the south of the Throme Hall there is the Royal Treasury and the Napoleon II Villa, whilst to the north stands the Silver Pagoda, which houses the sacred Emerald Buddha. The most visible structure from the front of the palace is the open aired Moonlight Pavilion, erected to stage the captivating performances of Khmer classical dance.
Wat Phnom
In the center of a roundabout, atop the manicured mound at the end of Norodom Boulevard is the historically auspicious temple known to locals as simply Wat Phnom. Wat Preah Chedey Borapaut, to give the temple its full, official name is set in a small park planted with attractive gardens and long-standing, tall trees, perched above the streets of the old quarter, its folklore dates back to the formation of the city and to how it got its name.
The legend of Wat Phnom marks the very beginnings of the city when a widow named Penh, (sometimes referred to as Daun Penh, (grandmother Penh) found four bronze statues of the Lord Buddha in a Koki tree floating down the Mekong River. Daun Penh immediately had built a shrine on the small hill to protect these sacred objects. Soon people began coming to the site to pray and make merit, seek blessing and good fortune.
In 1437, the King had the small mound raised and it began to resemble the 27 meter high temple and monument that it is today. The impressive stupa on the west side of the sanctuary contains the ashes of the king and his royal family.
Each year Wat Phnom becomes a focus for celebration during the Khmer New Year, and Pchum Ben.
The River Front
The riverside area is one of the most splendid and cosmopolitan thoroughfares in the city, evoking memories of a time when Phnom Penh was considered the Jewel of South East Asia. Cafés, restaurants, bars and boutiques run along one side of the river boulevard, whilst along the riverbank stretches the broad, landscaped, promenade walkway.
As the sun goes down this area becomes filled with all the charm and splendor of daily life in the city, whilst, fishing boats, small cruisers and working vessels travel up and down the flows of the wide and imperious Tonle Sap River as it prepares it tosses and writhes in its endless wrestle with the might of the Mekong.
Central Market
The Central Market "Psah Thom Thmey", is located in the center of the city and provides a hub for commercial activity in the capital. This impressively large building with its striking art-deco design was constructed in 1937, based on the drawings of French architect, Louis Chauchon. The building consists of a large central dome with four extended wings branching out to form long hallways. Today this is surrounded by further annexes that cover a myriad of stalls and shopping warrens.
The market opens from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM. There are literally hundreds of stalls, crammed with all manner of goods: gold and silver, antique coins, money exchange, men's and women's apparel, clocks, books, flowers, food, fabrics, shoes, souvenirs, fish, vegetables, fruits, t-shirts, scarves, kramas, kitchen wares, electronic gear, luggage and countless other products. It is the just the right place to strike up a bargain or find the perfect gift to take home.
Koh Pich Island
Koh Pich or Diamond Island sits at the confluence of the Mekong and Tonle Rivers; it is a bright shining example of the new, modern Cambodia with large exhibition and convention centers, restaurants, amusement parks, beer gardens, golfing ranges, waterparks, landscaped gardens and even a town hall. The area is popular for weddings, photography and just as a spot for young Cambodian’s to visit and hang out with their friends.
Arts Museum
One of the most picturesque and serene buildings in the capital is the National Museum of Cambodia, which is the largest museum of cultural history in the country. The museum is home to one of the largest collections of Khmer art in the world and is regarded as the country’s leading historical and archaeological museum.
The 14,000 items in the museum include sculptures, ceramics, bronzes, and ethnographic objects. The collection houses items the date from the prehistoric era through to the rise of the Khmer empire and beyond.
The building took over several years to complete and was inaugurated during Khmer New Year of 1920 in the presence of His Majesty King Sisowath. The original building was slightly altered in 1924 with extensions added at either end of the eastern façade to house the ever expanding collection of artworks and artifacts.
Independence Monument
Standing at the intersection of two of Phnom Penh’s major boulevards, Norodom and Sihanouk, is the commanding edifice of the Independence Monument, "Vimean Akareach" a serene structure, set in the eye of the chaos that is one of the city’s busiest thoroughfares.
The monument was completed in 1958 to commemorate Cambodia's independence from France in 1953; designed by renowned Cambodian architect Van Molyvann, the monument pays homage to classical Khmer design being in the form of a lotus shaped stupa, in the style of the great temples of Angkor.
During national celebrations, The Independence Monument is the center of activity. A ceremonial flame on the interior pedestal is often lit by a royal or high official on these occasions, and floral tributes line the stairs.
Near the monument on the same stretch of nature strip as it continues toward the river, is the newly constructed and equally impressive tribute Statue of King Father, Norodom Sihanouk.


Silk Island
A little upriver from Phnom Penh, along the Mekong river, you will come to Silk Island, “Koh Dach” home to a cluster of silk artisans who weave the most beautiful Khmer silks. A world away from the bustle of the city, the setting is tranquil, peaceful, the pace of life relaxed and rural, tourists will find the locals friendly and welcoming and a visit to silk island provides and absorbing insight into village life in Cambodia.
River Cruise
Evening or daytime river cruises, up and down the riverfront area of the city are a favourite with locals and tourists alike. Ranging in price from affordable barges to luxury floating restaurants the cool breeze off the river and the impressive perspective views of the city in the relaxed tranquility of your own boat make for a memorable excursion on your travels. Speak to one of our friendly staff to arrange your river cruise.
Addres: #419, Monivong Blvd, Khan 7 Makara (Orussey Market Area), Phnom Penh, Cambodia

The G Mekong Hotelis an artistic urban sanctuary that embraces contemporary design, stylish comfort and metropolitan luxury.
The Hotel is perfectly located on Monivong Boulevard in the heart of Phnom Penh, a city the French once called the ‘Paris of the East’ set on the banks of the mythical Mekong River…
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I was born in Siem Reap, and currently I live Phnom Penh for work

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