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Phnom Penh - which area to stay in?

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Which area of the city is best to stay? I am interested in sightseeing and being close to restaurants, pubs, etc in the evening? I was looking at accommodation in the Riverfront area, but have read conflicting reviews of the presence of prostitutes in this area. I would prefer to be within walking distance of restaurants/bars in the evening.. Am I better off staying in the Beung Keug Kang area instead of Riverfront? I only have one full day in the city and would like to stay somewhere centrally located.

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