Cambodia treats visitors to a wealth of ‘off the beaten path’ locations that unveil the ancient qualities of this rugged country. Emerging as one of Asia’s more compelling capitals, Phnom Penh has transformed itself to gracefully blend a riverfront location with remaining colonial structures and a deeply fascinating history. Phnom Penh is the place to learn about the Cambodia’s recent history has a much darker side, and various museums, memorials and harrowing burial grounds serve as a reminder of the atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge between 1975 and 1978. However Siem Reap remains the most visited destination and is home to picturesque streets full of boutique shops, busy markets and an immense range of eateries to suit all budgets, and of course, the stunning Angkor Wat complex. No trip to Cambodia is complete without a visit to the spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor. Images simply can’t do justice to the incredible architecture, intricate carvings, pervasive spiritual atmosphere and sheer scale of the site, where over 100 temples built between the ninth and twelfth centuries are scattered over 3000 square kilometres of forest. It’s easy to spend several days wandering around Angkor, learning about life under different rulers and discovering the stories behind the carvings.
The coastline of Southern Cambodia is noted for its quiet, tranquil atmosphere and pristine beaches that are still largely undeveloped or overcrowded. In addition to the coastline’s unspoiled beaches and idyllic offshore islands – including the immaculate Koh Rong archipelago, the area is also home to lush tropical forests and attractive towns such as Kep, Kampot and Sihanoukville. Rural Cambodia is delightfully mellow, dotted with plantations and rice fields. Virgin forest, waterfalls and lakes provide the opportunity for walking, swimming and nature spotting. A new road has opened up the less-frequented regions of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri, where you can enjoy an unspoilt landscape and learn about the many minority groups who reside here.
The Kingdom Of Cambodia Has All To Offer Whether Delving Into Big City Life In Phnom Penh, Exploring The Ancient Temples Of Siem Reap, Wandering The Idyllic Beaches Of The South Coast Or Trekking In Deep Jungle of The Northern Natural Highland.
Let us guide you through this remarkable Indochina’s lost civilization to uncover story of the rise and the fall of the Khmer Empire in Siem Reap and learn the kingdom’s recent tragic history under the Khmer Rouge regime of the 1970s as you explore the Killing Fields in Phnom Penh, the Cambodia’s capital since French colonization. Explore this hidden civilization “Khmer” is once-in-a-life-time experience.