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Entertainments
Though not very vibrant like its neighbor – Thailand, the nightlife and entertainment in Cambodia, especially tourist hubs such as Phnom Penh and Siem Reap or Sihanoukville is rather available. Bars and restaurants are plentiful with a wide range from dirty cheap drinking holes to elegant and fancy cocktail bars. Most major hotels offer entertainment of their own and you can easily find some place to go just in the town center.

Phnom Penh is a good little party town that offers a variety of places to choose - from dance clubs and sports bars to neighborhood pubs and upscale clubs. Bars and clubs are scattered across the town and it is never more than a five or ten minute ride between places.
The Sisowath Quay, street 104 and 136 at the riverfront downtown is the hubs for night owls with dozens of sports, hostess bars and western restaurants.
Live music is available in some pub in town center with bands play rock & roll and blues.
Phnom Penh is the place for disco nightlife. There are several clubs that see a good mix of locals and foreigners.
Khmer films are very popular and can be seen around Phnom Penh at the main street as available English language movies in private viewing rooms.
Things tend to close around midnight but some place open until at least 3:00AM or even later.

Siem Reap’s nightlife starts around dusk and the last bars and clubs in town closing as late as 4:00AM. Nightlife venues are scattered across the town but many concentrate in the Old Market area, especially along Pub Street. The bars in the Pub Street area offer amazing early evening happy hour deals. Less crowded, less touristy, more individual places can be found in the Wat Bo and Old Market areas, along the river road and Sivatha Blvd. There are also discotheques going around 10:00PM and close by 2:00 or 3:00AM. Live music is with local or foreign bands play popular music every evening.
Public performances of Khmer traditional dance can be found in most local restaurants in Siem Reap.

Sihanoukville is a town that knows how to party and there is absolutely no shortage of bars and nightspots. Ochheuteal and Serendipity beaches are lined with seafood shacks that double as bars. There’s an all-night beach party of some sort most evenings, always at full moon. The downtown area has its share of tippling establishments, a few staying open quite late. On the other side of town, a number of sports and music bars line the top of Victory Hill. There are also several casinos in Sihanoukville and on the border with Thailand.

Battambang is somewhat of an ode to French colonialism. The 100,000-person town offers not only one of the best preserved examples of the French Colonial era, but also the small-town feel you expect to encounter in Cambodia as a rule.
The town is the gateway between Thailand and Phnom Penh but still retains a sleepy atmosphere not conducive to people looking for nightlife and fine dining.