Welcome to Udong
Udong (literally, 'victorious') served as the capital of Cambodia under several sovereigns between 1618 and 1866, during which time ‘victorious’ was an optimistic epithet, as Cambodia was in terminal decline. A number of kings, including King Norodom, were crowned here. The main attractions today are the twin humps of Phnom Udong (ភ្នំឧដុង្គ), which have several stupas on them. Both ends of the ridge have good views... Read More
Top experiences in Udong
Udong Day Cruise Including Lunch and Unlimited Drinks
Cruise from Phnom Penh to Udong, the ancient capital of Cambodia and learn about the authentic riverside life at this historical site and its stunning overview on countryside and river. Sailing along the Tonle Sap river, you will discover the scenic life on the river: floating houses, traditional fishermen, and pagodas along the river.Dock near Udong and enjoy a 10-minute trip by tuk-tuk up to the top of Udong Hills with our guide. Featuring old stupas and pagodas, this site, located in the heart of the former capital, offers a great view over authentic Cambodia, from small villages and rice fields, to the Tonle Sap river.After 90 minutes, you are back on board and enjoying unlimited soft drinks and an alcoholic cocktail, beer or spirit throughout the cruise while the boat reaches a quiet, green area on the riverside near a pagoda. Lunch will be served in a quiet and breezy atmosphere. Around 2pm, the Phocea Mekong begin to head back to Phnom Penh, arriving at approximately 4:15pm.