cambodia Tours & Holidays

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Cambodia experience life changing adventures

Discover The Wonders Of cambodia

Visiting Cambodia gives you a taste of real Southeast Asian life.

In the shadow of the Cardamom Mountains or near the Mekong river, you’ll find traditional Khmer villages where life hasn’t changed much over the years, except for a few modern gadgets here and there. Watching the sunrise over Angkor Wat or discovering the ruins of Tha Promh, you can’t help but feel a world away from your everyday life.

Don’t be mistaken, though, Cambodia is a country that’s moving forward. You’ll see new art galleries and pretty walkways near the river in Phnom Penh. Siem Reap is also becoming popular for cool cafes and great food. So, a trip to Cambodia isn’t just about seeing old temples (but trust us; they’re worth seeing!).

In short, a trip to Cambodia offers all kinds of great experiences – history, scenery, city life, and food. It’s a must-do for anyone building their travel bucket list.

Cambodia At A Glance


Phnom Penh (population 2.2 million)


16.6 Million


Cambodian riel (KHR)




(GMT+07:00) Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta




Type A, Type C


Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Renowned as the world’s largest religious monument, Angkor Wat is an architectural masterpiece dotted with intricate carvings. This ancient temple complex is Cambodia’s crown jewel – an absolute must-visit for its breathtaking beauty and deep cultural significance.

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh

Cambodia’s vibrant capital, Phnom Penh, beautifully combines traditional and modern life. Key attractions include the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, and the haunting Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, which bear witness to the country’s historical richness and complex past.

Siem Reap

Siem Reap

Renowned as the gateway to Angkor region, Siem Reap offers a mix of bustling markets, traditional craft shops, and exciting nightlife. The famous Pub Street is a great place for travellers to enjoy local cuisine and unwind after a day of exploring.

Koh Rong

Koh Rong

If you’re seeking pristine, untouched beaches, Koh Rong is the place for you. Cambodia’s second-largest island, it boasts crystal clear waters, powdery white sand beaches, and lush jungles. The island offers a serene escape from the city’s hustle and is the perfect destination for swimming, snorkelling or just lazing around.



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The best time to visit Cambodia is during the dry season from November to April when temperatures are more manageable.

The official currency is the Cambodian Riel, but the US Dollar is also widely accepted. ATMs are widely available, especially in larger cities.

Most visitors require a visa to enter Cambodia. You can get an e-visa online before you travel or on arrival at the airport or land crossing.

Must-see places include Angkor Wat, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Koh Rong, Sihanoukville, and Kep.

Like any destination, tourists should be vigilant about theft. Avoid flaunting valuable items, and always keep your belongings secure.

Credit cards are accepted in larger hotels, restaurants, and shops in major cities. However, it’s good to carry cash in smaller towns and rural areas.

The official language is Khmer, but English is widely spoken in tourist areas.

We advise you to check with your local travel clinic 4-6 months prior to departure to see what is required. Also check the Travel Health Pro Website

It’s not advisable to drink tap water in Cambodia. We always advise you to take a filtered water bottle with you.

Cambodian cuisine offers a wide variety of dishes, including famous ones like Amok and Kuy Teav. There are plenty of vegetarian options, particularly in larger cities.

Dress modestly, particularly when visiting temples. Touching a monk is generally not acceptable, especially for women.

Cambodia is one of the least expensive Asian countries to visit. Costs will vary based on your comfort and luxury levels, but budget accommodations and meals are widely available.

Conservative dress is required for both men and women while visiting temples and historical sites – this typically means covering from shoulders to knees.

Tuk-tuks, bicycles, and motorbikes are prevalent forms of transportation in Cambodia

Absolutely! From treks in the Cardamom Mountains, exploring Angkor’s temples, to scuba diving in the Gulf of Thailand, Cambodia has a host of adventure activities on offer.