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cambodia, thailand

Khmer Jungles & Thai Beaches

Explore the pristine Koh Kong region in Cambodia visiting its waterfalls, mangrove forests and lush mountains; then head for Thailand and relax on the white sands of the paradise island of Koh Chang. 

itinerary: Phnom Penh - Koh Kong - Koh Chang - Bangkok

Untouched Cambodia

Discover Cambodia in-depth combining essential destinations like the temples of Angkor with off-the-beaten path jungles and villages in Mondulkiri and Ratanakiri. 

itinerary: Siem Reap - Stung Treng - Ratanakiri - Mondulkiri - Phnom Penh
vietnam, cambodia

Cycle Vietnam to Cambodia

Embark on an epic cycling adventure across Vietnam and Cambodia. Sail the canals and floating villages of the Mekong Delta, cycle through lush sceneries with stunning rice fields, explore ancient temples covered by the jungle, and take in the sights of Saigon, Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. 

itinerary: Saigon - Cai Be - Vinh Long - Can Tho - Chau Doc - Ha Tien - Kep - Kampot - Takeo - Phnom Penh - Kampong Cham - Siem Reap

Golf in the Khmer Kingdom

Discover one of the up and coming golf destinations, Cambodia. Tour 4 exclusive 18-hole courses in Phnom Penh and Angkor as you delight on the magic of its temples, canals, markets and villages. 

itinerary: Phnom Penh - Siem Reap
vietnam, cambodia, laos

Highlights of Indochina

Tour around three of the most beautiful countries in South East Asia: Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. Explore marvelous golden temples, ruins covered by the jungle, cruise sublime karst formations, and the quaint canals of the Mekong Delta. 

itinerary: Siem Reap - Phnom Penh - Chau Doc - Ho Chi Minh - My Tho - Hoi An - Hue - Hanoi - Ha Long - Vientiane - Luang Prabang

Tasty Khmer Treats

Enjoy an authentic Cambodian banquet that will take you from sumptuous gala dinners to spirited street food quests, as you glimpse into the country's glorious and tragic history.

itinerary: Phnom Penh - Siem Reap
vietnam, cambodia, laos

Best of Indochina

Embark on an adventure to the heart of South East Asia. Explore Vietnam north to south, discover the breathtaking Khmer ruins in Cambodia, and finish your trip in the buddhist haven of Laos. 

itinerary: Hanoi - Ha Long - Hue - Hoi An - Ho Chi Minh - Mekong Delta - Siem Reap - Phnom Penh - Vientiane - Luang Prabang

Cycling in Cambodia

Cycle around the wild countryside and enigmatic temples of Cambodia. Conquer the Khmer ruins of Angkor, cruise along the mighty Mekong, and unearth the tragic history of the Khmer Rouge in Phnom Penh.  

itinerary: Siem Reap - Phnom Penh - Chi Phat - Koh Kong - Sihanoukville - Koh Kong
vietnam, cambodia

Best of Vietnam & Cambodia

Travel Vietnam north to south, from the awe-inspiring Halong Bay to the serene Mekong Delta, making stops in Hanoi, Hue and Hoi An. Then venture into Cambodia to reach the impressive temples of Angkor. 

itinerary: Hanoi - Ha Long - Hue - Hoi An - Ho Chi Minh - Vinh Long - Can Tho - Chau Doc - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap

Positive Impact in Cambodia

Make the difference for the locals. Experience the awe-inspiring temples of Angkor, the laid-back city of Battambang, and the villages of the countryside as you collaborate with life-changing initiatives focused on the improvement of local communities. 

itinerary: Siem Reap - Banteay Chhmar - Krong Battambang - Siem Reap

Rattanakiri & Mondulkiri Trekking

Get to know the heart of Cambodia trekking its breathtaking landscapes. Explore the countryside of Rattanakiri province, the vibrant city of Phnom Penh, the riverside villages of Kampong Thom, the picture-perfect beaches of Sihanoukville, and the wild nature of Kirirom and Ream National Parks. 

itinerary: Siem Reap - Kampong Thom - Kampong Cham - Kratie - Stung Treng - Banlung - Phnom Penh - Kirirom - Ream - Sihanoukville

Cambodia in One Week

Devise spectacular Khmer temples covered in thick jungle in Angkor, learn of the fatal past of Phnom Penh, and unwind at the beach enclave of Sihanoukville. 

itinerary: Siem Reap - Phnom Penh - Sihanoukville - Phnom Penh

Cardamom Mountains Explorer

You can't miss the pristine rainforest of the Cardamom Mountains in western Cambodia. Cycle along jungle trails, secret waterfalls and riverside villages, witness sunrise sailing across quaint streams, and soak in its rich wildlife. 

itinerary: Phnom Penh - Chi Phat - Cardamom Mountains - Phnom Penh

Angkor Explorer

Stand in awe at Angkor, the most magnificent temples on Earth, visiting a myriad of temples of epic dimensions with a unique mix of hindu and buddhist influences.

itinerary: Siem Reap

Cambodia Express

Discover the vibrant capital of Cambodia as you take a look at the country's infamous past, explore its quaint countryside looking for temples hidden in the jungle, and finish at the massive city of Angkor. 

itinerary: Phnom Penh - Krong Kampong Cham - Kampong Thom - Siem Reap

Cambodia Travel Guide

Country Guide

Cambodia - Temples, villages, beaches and the Mekong

From ancient archaeological sites to remote wilderness adventures and idyllic tropical beaches, Cambodia offers a little bit of everything within its borders.

Travel Guide

Top 5 things to do in Cambodia's remote Koh Kong Province

Fringed by an undeveloped coastline and housing a lush, mountainous interior, Cambodia remote Koh Kong Province is an adventure traveller’s dream.

Travel Tips

5 tips: how to take unique pictures of famous landmarks

Here are five tips to help you get creative and produce some compelling images the next time you stumble across a landmark that has been photographed millions of times.

Travel Tips

7 tips for approaching travel portrait photography

Often people that have been shy at the idea of having their photograph taken initially will respond with ear-to-ear smiles when they see the final result on your screen.

Cambodia Top Destinations

Siem Reap, Angkor Thom, Bayon Temple


The remains of an ancient Khmer Empire capital, the jungle-draped temples of Angkor are one of Southeast Asia’s most charismatic archaeological sites. Explore the symbolism of its architecture on the Small Circuit, visiting Angkor Wat, Ta Phrohm and Angkor Thom’s famous Bayon Temple, or venture to its outer monuments on the Big Circuit tour.

Tonle Sap Lake, Floating village

Tonle Sap

Tonle Sap is fringed by floating stilt villages, home to a diverse mix of Khmer, Muslim and Vietnamese populations who live a unique existence surviving on the lake’s resources. Boat tours along the lake visit not only its people, but also natural ecosystems such as the Prek Toal bird sanctuary where rare species, including spot-belled pelican and greater adjutant storks, can be spotted.

Prasat Preah Vihear Temple

Prasat Preah Vihear

Offering breathtaking views across Cambodia, the 9th century temple of Prasat Preah Vihear holds a commanding position atop an escarpment in the Dangkrek Mountains. Designed to represent Mt Meru and dedicated to Shiva, it’s elaborately-carved structure has been an important pilgrimage site for Hindus since the Angkorian period.

Mangrove Forests Trail

Ream National Park

Just to the east of Sihanoukville, the protected forests, rivers, mangroves, beaches and coral reefs of Ream National Park are an eco-adventurer’s dream. Treks allow you to spot rhesus monkeys and endangered bird species, including fish eagles and Brahminy kites, while its offshore waters provide a refuge for dolphins, dugongs and turtles.



The remote province of Mondulkiri is a land of densely forested mountains, cascading waterfalls, and small Phnong and Bunong ethnic tribal villages. Adventure eco-tours into its isolated reaches combine spectacular jungle trekking with stops at wildlife sanctuaries where you can help bathe elephants.

Koh Rong Island, Tropical Houses

Koh Kong Province

Cambodia’s largely undeveloped Koh Kong Province is fringed by pristine islands and beaches ideal for snorkelling and swimming, while wild rivers dotted with ecolodges cut through its interior. Explore the mangroves of Pream Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary, then trek through the rugged jungle of the Cardamom Mountains.

Ratanakiri, Rual Landscape


The northeastern province of Ratanakiri boasts Cambodia’s largest national park, Virachey, home to rare fauna and adventurous jungle trekking. Visit the ethnic minority communities that live along its fringes and explore the stunning emerald crater lake of nearby Yeak Lom that many consider sacred.

Cambodia Top Cities

Phnom Penh, Royal Palace

Phnom Penh

With wide, tree-lined boulevards and French colonial architecture, Phnom Penh is one of Southeast Asia’s most charming capitals, situated at the meeting of three rivers. The elegance of its Royal Palace, Wat Phnom Daun Penh, Silver Pagoda and National Museum are juxtaposed against the Khmer Rouge horror of the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum and the Choeng Ek Killing Fields.

Angkor, Ta Prohm Temple

Siem Reap

Blossoming with the tourism brought by Angkor’s temples, Siem Reap offers excellent restaurants, luxury spas and boutique hotels, as well as fantastic shopping in its Old Market and Night Market. Visit the fascinating Cambodian Cultural Village, watch silk and wood carving artisans at work, and take a tour in the city’s iconic tuk tuks.

Sihanoukville, Beach Houses


Cambodia’s most popular beach resort, Sihanoukville is the ideal base for exploring the coconut palm-backed beaches and islands which surround. Species-rich coral reefs offer some of Cambodia’s best snorkelling and scuba diving while adventure awaits in the nearby Ream National Park.

Battambang, Wat Ek Phnom


Situated on the peaceful Sangker River, the picturesque city of Battambang is home to some of the country’s most beautifully-preserved French colonial architecture, interspersed with Buddhist temples. Visit the impressive Phnom Banon and Wat Ek Phnom, explore the notorious killing caves of Phnom Sampeau, and ride the famed ‘norry' bamboo train.

Bokor Hill Station, Ruins of Old French Office


With a beautiful location on the banks of Tuk Chhou River, Kampot is a popular base for exploring the nearby beaches and islands of Kep, as well as the French ghost town of Bokor Hill Station. Explore the pepper and durian farms in its rural surrounds, visit the small fishing villages that dot the coast, and witness the famous salt fields.

Mekong Delta, Floating Village


With a picturesque riverside location and well-preserved French colonial architecture, Kratie is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding Mekong River basket weaver villages and bird watch along its shores. For those eager to spot the endangered Irrawaddy dolphins who inhabit the Mekong, boat cruises from Kratie have almost guaranteed sightings.

Cambodian Unique Experiences

Cambodia Kitchen

Learn the secrets of Cambodian cuisine during a cooking class

Featuring flavourful curries and steaming noodle dishes featuring turmeric, galangal, kaffir lime and lemongrass, the cuisine of Cambodia never fails to captivate, and cooking schools in both Phnom Penh and Siem Reap will teach you all the secrets and techniques.

Phnom Penh, Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, Human Skulls

Visit the infamous Killing Fields of Choeung Ek

Gain a better understanding of the horrors committed by the Khmer Rouge at the ‘Killing Fields’ of Choeung Ek where mass graves from the genocide are marked by poignant tributes to the victims.

Cambodia Rural Landscape

Ride a quad bike through Cambodia’s rural landscapes

With plenty of unpaved roads that wind through the surrounding rural landscapes, quad bike tours around Siem Reap are a unique way to experience some of Angkor’s outlying temples, whilst taking in spectacular sunsets over rice paddies and traditional villages.

Kratie, Phnom Sombok

Take an eco adventure tour along the Mekong River

Combining cycling along rural paths, trekking deep into the jungle and local home stay village initiatives, eco adventure boat tours along Cambodia’s stretch of the Mekong are the ideal way to travel into the little-explored regions of the country’s northeast.

Angkor Wat, Sunrise with reflection

Photograph a magical sunrise over Angkor Wat’s reflective pond

The image of Angkor Wat, beautifully reflected in its pond at sunrise, has become iconic, and watching the sun’s first rays light this ancient structure in rich tones is worth the early morning wake up.

Best time to visit Cambodia

Dry Season (November to April). With warm, dry weather and clear blue skies, the dry season is the peak tourist period in Cambodia. The cool, dry period from November to February is ideal for visiting Angkor and exploring Phnom Penh, before temperatures begin to rise at the start of the hot, dry period of March and April. Trekking trails throughout the eastern jungle are in good condition and high water levels in Tonle Sap during November/December mean access to a larger range of sites. Waters along the west coast are at their clearest for diving during this period and beaches at their busiest during the build up of heat before the wet season arrives.

Wet Season (May to October). The warm, wet, rainy season is marked by regular afternoon downpours, resulting in full moats around Angkor’s temples and the countryside transformed a rich green. While blue skies still predominate most of the day, some unpaved roads become difficult to pass.

Cambodian Ethnic Groups


One of Cambodia’s indigenous ethnic minority communities, the Phnong live primarily in the forests of the Mondulkiri province. They hold animist beliefs, with animal jaws, fruits and plant roots adorning their dwellings to protect the family against demons, and their traditional honey gathering is a vivid display of their sustainable existence within the forest.

Festivals in Cambodia

Khmer New Year Dress

Cambodian New Year Festival (Chaul Chnam Thmey)

Celebrated in mid-April, the 3-day long Cambodian New Year celebrations see families unite from across the country to play traditional games and pay homage to the Buddha with offerings at temples. It culminates on the third day with young and old throwing water to ‘cleanse’ one other of the previous year’s bad and ushering in the new year afresh.

Monk Alms Bowl

Meak Bochea Festival

Celebrated in late February or early March, Meak Bochea marks the ordainment of Buddha’s first disciples and sees large gatherings of monks and devotees at Buddhist temples and monasteries throughout the country. Alms giving, prayer chanting and meditation can all be witnessed, together with beautiful candle-lit processions.

Bonn Om Tuk Festival

The annual Cambodian Water Festival known as Bon Om Tou is held around November and celebrates the reverse of water flow between the Tonle Sap and Mekong River. Three days of boat races, music, feasting and fireworks ignites the riverside to mark this natural phenomenon.

Pchum Ben Festival

Marking the end of the 15-day Dak Ben festival, Pchum Ben, or the ‘Khmer Festival of the Dead’, sees offerings of rice and sesame seeds proffered to dead ancestors at pagodas throughout the country. It has become of particular significance following the horrors of the Khmer Rouge.

Cambodian Gastronomy

Drawing on influences from its neighbours Thailand and Vietnam, together with those brought by the Chinese and French colonists, Cambodian cuisine features rice and noodle-based dishes, infused with lemongrass, galangal and kaffir lime. The juxtaposition of sweet, sour and salty flavours is distinctive, with plenty of fresh greens and herbs used as garnish. While you’ll find upmarket restaurants in all of the tourist centres, eating surrounded by the sights, sounds and smells of the country with locals at street-side restaurants and vendors is all part of the Cambodian culinary experience.

Cambodian Breakfast Dish, Bai Sach Chrouk

Bai Sach Chrouk

This dish of thinly sliced pork, marinated in coconut milk and grilled over coals, is a popular breakfast food in Cambodia. It’s usually served over rice, with pickled cucumbers, carrot and ginger, together with a clear chicken broth on the side.

Cambodia Dish, Khmer Red Curry

Khmer Red Curry

With a coconut milk base, lemongrass and kroeung spice paste, Khmer red curry can be made with any meat, fish or vegetables and, unlike the fiery curries of neighbouring Thailand, it is much less spicy. It’s normally served with rice vermicelli noodles or freshly baked baguette.

Cambodian Coconut Curry, Fish Amok

Fish Amok

Fish amok is a light and tasty Khmer dish popular along the coast. It is made with coconut milk and kroeung spice paste, and traditionally steamed and served within a banana leaf with a side of rice.

Khmer Noodle, Nom Banh Chok

Nom Banh Chok, Khmer Noodle

Often served by street vendor women carrying bamboo-pole baskets, Nom Banh Chok or Khmer Noodle is one of Cambodia’s favourite breakfast foods. It features rice vermicelli within a fish-based broth and is topped with bean sprouts, fresh mint, cucumber and lime.

Durian, Tropical Fruit

Tropical Fruit

Exotic tropical, seasonal fruits are sold at street-side stalls across Cambodia and make for an ideal end to any Cambodian meal. Look for mangosteen, lychee, longan, jackfruit and the pungent durian.

Shopping in Cambodia

While Phnom Penh (Toul Tom Pong market or the ‘Russian’ market) and Siem Reap markets offer the largest and most diverse range of handicrafts, weavings and souvenirs, there are small markets and shops at all of Cambodia’s tourist destinations where you can try your bargaining skills. You can also find some unique gifts in the country’s remote villages, with distinct regional variations in the production of some handicrafts, particularly textile garments.

Cambodian Khmer Silk

Khmer Silk

Silk weaving within Cambodia has ancient roots, with silk used to adorn divinities and as a trade commodity during the Angkorian period. Today, silk is worn during festivities and ceremonies, and 100% Khmer silk garments are best purchased from boutiques or textile workshops in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

Siem Reap, Buddha Head Carvings

Wood and Stone Carving

Wood and stone carvings depicting Buddha are crafted by local artisans countrywide, while those replicating the temples of Angkor can be found in the markets around Siem Reap.

Cambodia Woven Straw Basket

Woven Baskets

Both Kuoy and Khmer artisans create beautiful woven baskets that are sold in all shapes and sizes. Made from rattan or bamboo and often coloured using natural dyes, they can be found at both tourist markets and upmarket handicraft boutiques.

Siem Reap, Cambodian Krama Scarf

Krama Scarf

The most iconic Khmer garment is the Krama scarf, which is believed to date back to the Angkor period. It is usually worn like a head-wrap (although it can be utilised in a variety of ways) and each province produces its own distinctive patterns.

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