The Foreign Correspondents' Club - commonly known as the FCC - has much to offer travellers & residents alike.
is Well known for its rich history with journalists over the decades and its prime location on the riverside, the FCC
is more than just a hotel.
Primarily an open air restaurant and bar offering sumptuous dishes and classic cocktails, FCC features a menu combining Western dishes and traditional Asian favorites such as fish & chips and their wood-fired pizza with traditional Asian favorites. With a top-floor terrace overlooking the bustle of the streets below, the FCC is an ideal place to watch sunset over the Mekong during their happy hour (5-7pm).
is an old colonial building set back from the river which has been rehabilitated as a night bar. A dilapidated yet stunning venue, the FCC organises 2 or 3 events here each month, along with regular Monday movie projections & live guitar or violin on Wednesdays. The Mansion is also available for private functions for those planning a special night.
"Along with the temples of Angkor, the FCC is an iconic attraction not to be missed in Phnom Penh as well as in Siem Reap."
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