Cambodia Tours - Angkor & The Kingdom
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS
Travel to Cambodia to explore the Temples of Angkor, take a boat ride on the Tonle Sap to see rural villages, and dine on delectable Khmer cuisine.
11 DAYS / 10 NIGHTS
Tour two ancient kingdoms, including the temples of Angkor Wat, and enjoy some relaxation on the pristine beaches of Samui in Thailand.
16 DAYS / 15 NIGHTS
Discover two of Asia's most interesting destinations as you journey through Vietnam & Cambodia including a stop at the extraordinary Angkor Wat.
10 DAYS / 9 NIGHTS
Travel from Phnom Penh to a floating lodge in the serenity of nature, and then on to the seaside town of Kep before concluding with the temples of Angkor.
6 DAYS / 5 NIGHTS
Explore the Temples of Angkor, visit lesser-known temples, travel into the countryside for local interaction, and then fly to Phnom Penh for insight into the capital's city sites.
17 DAYS / 16 NIGHTS
Unlock the mysteries of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos with journeys that open the door to lost civilizations that left behind centuries-old temples like Angkor Wat for today's modern travelers to enjoy.
13 DAYS / 12 NIGHTS
Travel to Indochina on this group tour of Vietnam & Cambodia seeing the highlights while also immersing yourself in the regional cultures to further enrich your journey.
Undoubtedly the main reason most visit Cambodia, the Temples of Angkor impress all who explore the archaeological park. Located in Siem Reap, the archaeological sites are scattered over 400 square kilometers where everything from temples, reservoirs, canals, basins and more can be found. Stay for longer and see some lesser visited temples and have them all to your own, well, almost.
The capital city of Cambodia, and once considered the Pearl of Asia, the city boasts French and traditional Khmer style architecture, a bustling river front and the ornate Royal Palace, along with friendly locals and plenty more. Take a seat along Sisowath Quay and have a coffee and baquette and let the city sink in.
In Siem Reap, these 11 wooden houses on stilts from the Cambodian countryside have been beautifully restored and offer guests the ultimate in a luxurious Cambodian experience.
Yes, Cambodia does have beaches, and they’re nice too. Head to the southeast, particularly around Sihanoukville, also known as Kompong Som, and you’re spoilt for choice. Check out Sokha Beach or catch a boat to Koh Rong, it’s worth it.
Cambodia’s rural countryside is everywhere and is dotted with quaint villages with homes on stilts, rice paddies, water buffalos plowing, and waving locals adorned in Krama’s, the ubiquitous Cambodian garment used for almost everything. Along with the temples of Angkor, the people & countryside will be the most memorable.
BEST TIME TO VISIT:
Cambodia is generally very hot but has one of Asia’s more simpler weather patterns with two distinct seasons, wet & dry. The wet season is typically from June to October, and the dry season from November to May. The best time for travel is November to March.
The official currency is the Riel (KHR). US dollars are widely accepted.