Enjoy Fully In Cambodia

A captivating gem of Southeast Asia, Cambodia invites you to immerse yourself in its rich tapestry of history, vibrant culture, and awe-inspiring beauty.

Unveil the secrets of Cambodia's past as you explore the legendary temples of Angkor Wat. You will marvel at the intricate carvings and towering structures that tell the stories of ancient civilizations. Friendly local people also let you learn more about the culture of one of the most diverse cultural countries in Southeast Asia through engaging in traditional ceremonies, witnessing captivating dances, and savoring delicious local cuisine bursting with flavors and spices.

From the bustling markets of Phnom Penh to the charming villages of Siem Reap, each step unveils a new facet of this culturally rich nation. Are you ready to immerse yourself in the travel beauty of Cambodia? Start preparing your documents for the Cambodia trip now!

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Where to go Next?

  • The temples of AngkorThe temples of Angkor
  • Kampot & KepKampot & Kep
  • Siem ReapSiem Reap
  • Preah Vihear TemplePreah Vihear Temple
  • KratieKratie

LocationThe temples of Angkor

Best for spectacular spirituality

As one of the tops of the list when traveling to Asia, Angkor Wat is known as the world’s largest religious building, and the Bayon, one of the world’s strangest temples. Famous as a UNESCO World Heritage site, it offers a magnificent view of exploration when you came to Cambodia. There are plenty of outlying temple sites that see smaller crowds, including exquisitely carved Banteay Srei, the overgrown ruins of Beng Mealea and the Mayan-style pyramid temple of Prasat Thom at Koh Ker.

The temples of Angkor

LocationKampot & Kep

Best for foodies

Along the amazing coastline of Cambodia lies a duo of coastal gems: Kampot and Kep. These idyllic destinations beckon travelers seeking tranquility, natural beauty, and a taste of laid-back coastal living. From the charming riverside town of Kampot to the coastal retreat of Kep, try to immerse yourself in a world of serene landscapes, delectable seafood, and a blend of French colonial and Khmer architecture.

Kampot Kep

LocationSiem Reap

Best for families

This charming town has emerged as a world-class destination in its own right, thanks to a superb selection of restaurants, cafes, and bars, not to mention energetic markets, cool boutiques, and edgy galleries. Explore the bustling markets, where colorful textiles, handmade crafts, and aromatic spices beckon you to discover their treasures. Don't forget to taste Khmer cuisine, known for its bold flavors and aromatic herbs or try traditional dishes like fish amok, lok lak, and fresh spring rolls.

Siem Reap

LocationPreah Vihear Temple

Best for ruins with a view

Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the mother of all mountain temples, Prasat Preah Vihear, stands majestically atop the Dangkrek Mountains, the forest-cloaked ridge that forms a once-contested border between Cambodia and Thailand. The temple's design showcases the mastery and precision of ancient Khmer architects. The temple's layout follows a series of courtyards and galleries, leading to the central sanctuary at the highest point.

Preah Vihear Temple


Best for Mekong River adventures

The jumping-off point for trips to spot rare freshwater Irrawaddy dolphins on the Mekong River, Kratie is a hidden gem that offers a serene escape from the bustling cities. One of Kratie's main attractions is its connection to the Irrawaddy dolphins. Join a boat tour to observe their distinctive rounded heads and friendly demeanor in their natural habitat, marveling at their grace and beauty on the Mekong River

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Top things to do

Ride the bamboo train in Battambang

Ride the bamboo train in Battambang

Browse the bars of Bassac Lane in Phnom Penh

Browse the bars of Bassac Lane in Phnom Penh

Spot freshwater dolphins at Kratie

Spot freshwater dolphins at Kratie

Walk with the herd at Elephant Valley Project

Walk with the herd at Elephant Valley Project

First Time Visit

  • What to Pack
  • When to Travel
  • Getting Around

Where to nextWhat to Pack

In summer, temperatures can soar, so it's also a good idea to pack a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen. In cooler months or if you're visiting mountainous areas, pack layers such as a sweater or jacket. Don't forget your documents including insurance, health check or flight ticket, etc.

What to Pack What to Pack

When to travelWhen to Travel

The dry season runs from November to May, and the "cool season" months of November to February are the most popular time to visit Cambodia due to milder temperatures.

When to Travel When to Travel

Getting AroundGetting Around

Buses and minivans are the most popular form of transport for travelers, connecting all the major towns, cities and tourist hubs.

Getting Around Getting Around