Nice place, a bit pricy so I didn't stay long. There is still a nostalgic feel too it and it gets pretty busy in the evenings. Apparently it was still open when the Khmer Rouge were in control of the country.
The Foreign Correspondents' Club in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, is a public bar and restaurant along the Tonle Sap river, not far from the conjunction with the Mekong river. It is often referred to as 'the FCC,' or just simply 'the F.' It is in a three-storey colonial-style building with wonderful views over the river. The FCC in Phnom Penh is not a private club, like other Foreign Correspondents' Clubs around the world, but members from reciprocal clubs (like the FCC Hong Kong) get a 10% discount on food and drinks. The FCC... Read more »