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Ancient kingdoms lie waiting to be discovered

From Paris-inspired boulevards to mysterious ruins deep in the jungle, a Cambodia vacation is full of surprises.

Warm smiles from welcoming locals reflect a country that’s successfully shaking off the troubles of its recent history in favor of greater emphasis on the treasures of its long-lost Khmer kingdom.

While elegant European architecture lends a strange familiarity to Cambodia’s colonial cities, a journey to this captivating country means plunging yourself into new experiences. Sunrise over ruined temples after a trek through the jungle, freshly-caught fish served in a relaxing seaside town, the sights and sounds of times gone by on a cruise through a floating village: it’s these unforgettable encounters that make a Cambodia vacation so appealing.

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cambodia highlights

  • Sunrise at Angkor Wat

    Creep through the jungle in darkness and enter through the eastern gate to watch the sun’s first rays hitting the incredible temples of Angkor away from the throngs of tourists.

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  • Cruising Tonle Sap Lake at sunset

    Cruise the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, where entire floating villages are lit by the warm glow of the evening sun.

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  • A Blessing from a monk

    Receive a water blessing from a Buddhist monk at the peaceful Tep Pranam pagoda inside Angkor Thom, and gain a deeper understanding of Cambodia’s main religion.

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  • Discover pre-Angkorian temples

    The archaeological site of Sambor Prei Kuk was the former capital of Chenla in the 7th century, one of the first states in Southeast Asia. Explore the ruins with their decorative details and sculptures, and learn more about Cambodia's rich cultural heritage.

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  • Experience local life near Siem Reap

    Explore the local markets at Dom Daek outside Siem Reap, teeming with local colour that few tourists get to see. 

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  • Meet Friends in Phnom Penh

    Enjoy a meal at Friends restaurant in Phnom Penh and you’ll be supporting their work in helping youth on the streets.

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  • Try the fried spiders

    Be daring and try the local delicacy - fried spiders!

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  • Eat freshly-caught crab in Kep

    Watch a traditional seafood market in action and select the best crabs straight from the fisherman’s pot to the fire.

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  • Stay in a local home in Takeo

    A unique insight into the real Cambodia, stay in a local home with a family in Takeo.

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  • Visit the circus in Battambang

    Phare Ponleu Selpak in Battambang is a collective providing visual and performing arts education to disadvantaged children and young adults. Their most successful program is the circus school. The circus, which performs regularly in Battambang has also performed internationally.

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Cambodia reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Sights / Places to go
9.2
Cuisine
9.3
Overall Rating
9.3
Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 9 reviews
Reviews and scores from the last 12 months.
9 out of 10

Naomi

Single traveller
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The temples were fantastic, went to a circus in the mode of cirque de soleil,with disadvantaged Cambodian youth. I highly recommend this. It was wonderful. The killing fields were very sobering and a our guide gave a first hand account that was chilling. Very worthwhile.
Only the pacing as I said before.
Confirmed traveler: November 05 2016
Published on: November 21 2016
10 out of 10

Sheila

St. Thomas, Virgin Island Single traveller
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Our western guide, Kat, was very good. She made us feel a part of Cambodia with her knowledge and insight, especially about restaurants. The food was fabulous.
Our local guide in Phnom Penh was very informative and pleasant, but difficult to understand. I wish that I could understand her better, because she had so much to share. Maybe she could be helped with her articulation in English.
Confirmed traveler: October 01 2016
Published on: November 11 2016
9 out of 10

Robert

Chevy Chase, MD, USA Couple
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Hotel in Phnom Penh very well located.
Killing Fields and school prison needed more guidance and insights into the period. Would have been good to have others with us---we were the only ones on the tour in Cambodia. Laos was better with three others.
Confirmed traveler: July 02 2016
Published on: September 11 2016