To learn more about the art of Cambodian y cooking, sign up for the Cambodian Cooking Class (Map p79; @012 524801; www.cambodian-cooking-dass .com; 67 St 240), based at Frizz Restaurant. The cooking class costs US$20/12.50 per full day/ half day, includes a booklet of recipes, and operates daily (except Sundays) at 9am.
Kambol FI Go-carts (off Map pp74-5; @ 210501; per l0min US$7) is a professional circuit located 1 about 12km beyond the airport, and 2km off the road to Sihanoukville. It organises races on Sundays, so if you fancy yourself as the new Michael Schumacher, turn up then. Prices include helmets and racing suits.
A roundrof golf is expensive by Cambodian standards, but pretty cheap for the region. Contact Royal Golf Club (@ 366689; NH4; per round Mon-Fri US$35, shoe/dub hire USSS/10), on the road to Sihanoukville, or Cambodia Golf & Country Gab ((BJ 363666; NH4; per round US$35, shoe/dub hire US$5/10) if you can’t survive without a swing.
There are plenty of backstreet local gyms in Phnom Penh that charge less than US$1 per hour and have very basic weights. The best all-round gym in town is Paddy's Sports Centre (Map pp4~5; @012 214940; 356 Sisowath Quay), located just north of the Chruoy Changvar Bridge on the right-hand side. Another sophisti¬cated option is the Clark Hatch Gym (MapyyM Intercontinental Hotel, cm Mao Tse Toung & Mowed per day US$14).
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