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Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital city, is a popular spot on the famous Thailand-Cambodia-Vietnam Indochina trail.

This city is home to the Royal Palace, found on the riverside along with the impressive National Museum.

Phnom Penh is also a jump-off point to several sites of the infamous Killing Fields.

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