Take a trip through expansive ancient temples, charming colonial riverside cities, rich village life, and the historic culture of the Khmer people in vibrant Cambodia. A small country with a lot to offer, Cambodia has arisen from the ashes of war and internal strife to open its monumental treasures to travelers once again.

Delve into the renaissance of culture and cuisine in the charming capital of Phnom Penh with its colonial riverside heritage. Visit the incredible complex of Angkor Wat near Siem Reap that has astounded archaeologists since its re-discovery and subsequent recovery from the jungles 150 years ago. 

The sensational ruins of Angkor may be the main attraction, but Cambodia’s exquisite temples, secluded beaches, charming villages and magical markets deserve lots of attention too. With genuine locals always ready to share a sincere smile, Cambodia will steal your heart and enrich your spirit.




The shopaholic in you will be thrilled by the lively and vibrant markets strewn across the country. These congested, narrow markets, are home to more goods than you can possibly imagine. Right from clothes to local delicacies to arts and crafts, these markets have it all.


To appreciate and understand Cambodia better, one needs to step back into its tumultuous history, under the Khmer Rouge rule. If history is something that interests you, Cambodia will not disappoint. Cambodia once used to be a territory of the Khmer Empire, and so you’ll see the entire country speckled with remarkable palaces, temples and mysterious ancient ruins, along with gory killing fields and prisons.


Believe it or not, Cambodia is known to offer some of the craziest nightlife options ever. Whether you sweat it out at happening nightspots like ‘Angkor What?’ in Angkor Wat, or jam to Zeppelin numbers at Zeppelin Café in Phnom Penh, or sip whisky at the elegant, expat-friendly Foreign Correspondent Club; Cambodia’s ecstatic nightlife offers hedonism at its best.


Cambodia is truly, a heaven for foodies. Be it delicious street food, fresh seafood, sauces, juicy burgers, rice and noodle preparations, curries, fresh juices, and what not, Cambodia has it all. They have their unique local flavours, and yes, the food is amazingly cheap.


There is a reason why Cambodia is referred to as the ‘Land of Smiles’, and is also one of the friendliest countries in the world! Wherever you go, you will be welcomed by friendly locals, who will make you feel at home. Even the rural culture replete with stilted houses, floating villages, and lush rice paddy fields, is fascinating to the core.


Nothing symbolises Cambodia better than the ancient and mysterious, vine-clad temple complex of Angkor Wat, which was constructed during the Khmer Empire (9th-15th Century). Located in Siem Reap, Cambodia, this breath-taking temple complex set amidst a thick jungle, houses the most iconic temples that you’ll ever set eyes on.

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