Cambodia's burgeoning middle class is taking an interest in large-scale entertainment. This is leading to attractions like cinemas, go-kart tracks and a theme park. Aside from a couple of fine-art cinemas showing French films, these establishments aren't of much interest to tourists.
The most enticing entertainment for tourists takes the form of traditional music venues, cultural programs and Western-style leisure including spa treatments and golf. The old colonial presence left plenty of these facilities behind.
Touts and tuk-tuk drivers try to steer tourists toward this shooting range in conjunction with a visit to the Killing Fields. It's an admittedly surreal juxtaposition, going from the site of a recent massacre to a range where you're handed an AK-47 and a few rounds of ammunition. Poor taste or not, this is the only chance most tourists will ever have to fire an assault rifle.
Part of the Casino City group, Naga World is a stationary casino on the river just south of the city center. With around 200 machine-based games and even fewer table games, it's a relatively small facility. However, there is a hotel attached for those who'd rather not head back to the city after dark.
This family-style fun park is more of a local haunt than anything, but it's a good diversion for families with children who've had their fill of museums and historic sites for the time being. The carnival-style rides are charged on an individual basis.