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Enchanting Cambodia is most famous for its magnificent Angkor temple complex, the world’s largest religious monument which is spread over nearly 155 square miles. It contains the spectacular remains of various capitals of the Khmer Empire from the 9th– to 15th-centuries, including the grandest temple of all, Angkor Wat. But beyond this incredible UNESCO World Heritage Site, the country is home to some of the most picturesque islands in mainland Southeast Asia, and one of Asia’s last unbroken rainforests, the Cardamom Mountains where wild elephants roam. The tranquil rural areas of the nation reward visitors with stunning landscapes that include rice fields, caves, rivers, and lots of charming small towns. The Mekong River flows through, home to some of the region’s last remaining freshwater dolphins.

While the natural beauty outside of the major cities in Cambodia is absolutely breathtaking, you’ll find plenty in its urban areas too. The charismatic capital of Phnom Penh has been revitalized, experiencing a cultural renaissance while offering a seductive riverside setting and world-class restaurants. Siem Reap is not only home to iconic Angkor but to a buzzing nightlife and hip cafes, while Battambang offers charms without the big tourist crowds, including elegant French architecture. Beyond all of that allure, what many visitors find most captivating in this country is the spirit and resilience of the people. Despite their harrowing history, they’ve managed to retain an infectious optimism, welcoming travels in with their smiles as some of the friendliest and most hospitable people in Asia.

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Where to visit in Cambodia

Our travel experts have collated their top recommendations of where to visit in Cambodia.

  • Siem Reap

    Siem Reap

    Siem Reap is often referred to as the “perfect destination” for first-time visitors to Asia. The most popular destination in Cambodia, it’s most famous for its ancient lost city of Angkor, which is actually a massive archaeological park spread over nearly 155 miles as the world’s largest religious complex. Outside of the grand temples, Siem Reap is rather cosmopolitan, with a world-class dining scene, thriving nightlife, fascinating museums and colorful markets, with an especially rich culture and history to explore.

  • Phnom Penh

    Phnom Penh

    This bustling capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh sits at the confluence of the Bassac, Tonle Sap and might Mekong rivers. It’s been experiencing a renaissance after years of bubbling under the radar, balancing contemporary creativity with authentic historic character. It exudes a provincial charm with French colonial mansions and majestic Ankorian architecture, while offering famous Cambodian hospitality and plenty of Asian exotica. Discover a long list of attractions, from lively marketplaces to the Royal Palace and National Museum, while the infamous Choeng Ek, or ‘Killing Fields’ can be visited just outside the city.

  • Ko Rong

    Ko Rong

    Ko Rong is one of Cambodia’s paradise islands with strikingly pristine white beaches framed by exotic turquoise water. Until just a few years ago, it was mostly undiscovered, home to only a few local families who made a living from what the sea provided. While it may no longer be an untouched wilderness, becoming more developed over the past decade or so, few visitors regret the unforgettable experience it offers: swimming through incredibly clear blue waters, lounging on the soft sands and sipping cocktails under the stars.

  • Kep


    An old colonial beach resort just a short tuk-tuk ride from Kampot, offers a laid-back atmosphere and gorgeous scenery for those who want to enjoy a slower pace of life. Take a stroll through the beautiful national park following an easy trail around the hill above town, where it’s common to spot monkeys and other wildlife, or explore some of the decaying pre-war French villas, with around 100 remaining, mostly destroyed with some offering a haunted feel, overgrown like Angkor Wat. The main beach is a crescent of sand in a wide cove with eateries just behind it for indulging in the city’s mouthwatering crab.

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Things to do in Cambodia

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  • Phnom Penh
  • Families, Culture Vultures, Adventure
  • Nov - May
  • Siem Reap, Phnom Penh,

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