Cambodia, a captivating country nestled in the heart of Southeast Asia, is a land of rich history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking landscapes. From the awe-inspiring temples of Angkor Wat to the bustling streets of Phnom Penh, our Cambodia tours offer a diverse range of experiences for every traveler. Immerse yourself in the ancient ruins, where moss-covered stone structures tell tales of a glorious past. Explore the tranquil countryside, where emerald rice fields and floating villages showcase the country's natural beauty. Indulge in the mouthwatering flavors of Khmer cuisine, a delightful fusion of spices and fresh ingredients. With warm-hearted locals and a welcoming atmosphere, Cambodia promises an unforgettable journey filled with warmth, wonder, and discovery.
If you intend to go by air into Cambodia, you will need to catch a connecting flight from another location in Southeast or East Asia as there are no direct flights available from Europe, North America, Australasia, or South Africa.
An increasing number of cities in the area, including Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Seoul, Bangkok, Vientiane, Ho Chi Minh City, and numerous Chinese cities (including connections with Hong Kong), provide direct flights to Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
The months of November through May are the greatest times to travel to Cambodia because of the pleasant weather and little rainfall throughout this period. Traveling outside of this time frame is still recommended since the scenery is more verdant, the rivers are full and flowing, and the attractions are more peaceful.
Cruise past colorful stilted homes under the Southeast Asian sun to the bird sanctuary of Prek Toal.
Flawed but fun. A bumpy experience but will be a gem in your memory.
More than just a circus, Phare performers use theater, music, dance and modern circus arts to tell uniquely Cambodian stories; historical, folk and modern.
The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is the memorial site of the S-21 interrogation and detention center of the Khmer Rouge regime. Located in the heart of Phnom Penh, it preserves a tragic period in history, when genocide ran life.
With 1000 pieces of architecture spread over 154 square miles (almost 40 000 hectares), the name “Angkor Wat” means “the city of temples” for a reason.
Distinctive, with a head shaped like an oversized boxing glove – nevertheless, these creatures ooze cuteness, with a mouth that seems to be smiling all the time.
Women and men are seen lugging big trays full with fried and seasoned spiders—some the size of an adult man's palm—among all the ordinary fruit and vegetable vendors.
Relentlessly tasty dishes being served in an undyingly lively atmosphere. Endless vendors and restaurants brimming to please your sudden starvation.
The tasteful contrast between the enormous, purple banners with Khmer lettering and regal yellow Palladian pillars and accents (only buildings owned by royalty were permitted to be painted yellow in Europe).
A striking structure near the riverfront, decorated with classic distinct-style roofs and covered in ornate gilding, the Palace impresses just on appearance alone.
It is recommended to have a decent amount of riel (Cambodian currency) with you, but the use of US dollar is extremely widespread and common; therefore, you may not have to exchange currency at all. On the other hand, currency can be exchanged at banks, airports or certain hotels. Lastly, the visa you get on arrival must be paid for in US dollars.