Welcome to Cambodia, the Kingdom of Wonder. With its nearly a thousand year old temples and numerous cultural treasures, the country never fails to fascinate its visitors. A trip to Cambodia is like a journey through time, in which you travel back to the ancient Khmer Empire era and be mesmerized by the grandeur and sophistication of its culture. The ruins of Angkor Wat – the largest religious monument in the world – alone will guarantee lasting memories. But Cambodia offers so much more beyond its ancient temples. Jungles, waterfalls, island paradises, charming towns await you in this beautifully unique kingdom.
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Angkor Temples & Palm-fringed Beaches
Explore the mysterious temple complexes of Angkor Wat and then relax on tropical dream beachesCustomize Tour
Koh Rong Island Escape
Pristine Beach Paradise
Give yourself a break on one of the most beautiful islands in the world. Koh Rong is still a sleepy island with long stretch of sandy beaches and is therefore perfect to switch off from everyday life.Customize Tour
Angkor Wat & Siem Reap starting from Bangkok
Explore the famous Angkor Archaeological Park and its unique temples.Customize Tour
Highlights Tour from Hanoi to Siem Reap
Highlights of Vietnam and Cambodia in 14 days. Experience Hanoi, Saigon and the temples of Angkor WatCustomize Tour
Vietnam & Cambodia Culture, Cruise & City Life in 12 days. Explore Angkor Wat, Mekong Delta & Ha Long Bay by Cruise & KayakCustomize Tour
City Life, Temple & Beach
From Hanoi via Angkor Wat to South Vietnam
A private trip with Halong Bay Cruise & Angkor temples - then a well deserved beach break in the south of Vietnam. Let's go!Customize Tour
With kids & family
A perfect Vietnam & Cambodia Family Adventure. An extensive discovery journey for the young and the young at heart.Customize Tour
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Cambodia Travel Information
Cambodia is very easy to travel to for most nationalities, including Australian, Canadian, European, and US citizens alike. Travelers can get an online e-visa before arrival, or obtain a visa upon arrival at both Phnom Penh and Siem Reap International Airports, as well as at the land border crossings from Laos, Thailand, Vietnam. In recent years, international flights options have been expanded with better connections. Inter-country flights between Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam are also constantly being improved making it convenient for travelers to visit Cambodia as part of an Indochina tour.
Waiting to be discovered
Temples almost 1000 years old
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Mainly untouched & pristine
Mystic Temples & Unique Sense of Time
When people think of Cambodia, the first thing that comes to mind is usually the image of the three towers of the famous Angkor Wat temple. But Cambodia presents much more than just the fascinating Angkor Archaeological Park. The country has a lot to offer in history, landscape and culture.
Siem Reap and Phnom Penh are the country’s two biggest cities with much to discover culturally and historically, where ancient world and modern world collide to create an authentic adventure. For nature and beach lovers, the island paradises of Koh Rong and Koh Rong Sanloem are perfect for relaxing, while the national parks invite you to go hiking and admire their waterfalls. Tonle Sap freshwater lake with floating fishing villages, together with the pepper plantations in the seaside town of Kampot and the famous crab fishing village in Kep offers unique opportunities to observe and experience local life and culture.
Cambodia’s long history and diverse range of influences is reflected in its cuisine, which has been largely kept within the country’s borders. The most known Cambodian food is probably Amok – a traditional Khmer curry dish with coconut milk and a local herb called slok ngor, which adds a subtly bitter flavor and differentiates Amok from the similar curries found in the neighboring countries. Less known but arguably the national dish of Cambodia is Samlar Kakou, a curry-based soup with seasonal vegetables and fermented fish. Another Khmer specialty is Lok Lak, traditionally made from beef, fried in special sauce, served on lettuce leaves and onion bed. If you are an adventurous foodie, try the deep fried crickets and other creepy-crawlies snacks in the markets in Cambodia.
Are you ready to plan your Cambodia dream trip? With such a great range of offerings, putting together a trip to Cambodia might seem a daunting task. Take a look at our sample itineraries for an easy start. And we are always here to help individualize any trip to your taste and to make sure that no wishes of yours are out of reach.