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The Land of Temples and Towers

From the awe-inspiring famous ruins of Angkor to the emotional Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, The Kingdom of Cambodia has risen from its turbulent past and has transformed into a desired destination on the Southeast Asia loop. With spectacular temples, a rich cultural heritage, the bustle of the big cities, the peaceful small towns and villages as well as untouched jungles and beaches, this country possesses a number of amazing sights just waiting to be explored.

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Population: 14.7 million.

Capital City: Phnom Penh (Pop: 2 million).

People: Khmers (90%).

Language: Khmer.

Currency: Riel and US dollars.

Time Zone: GMT +7 Hours.

International Dialing Code: +855.

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When in Cambodia, don’t forget to give yourself at least an hour to immerse through the traditional dinner with ancient art of Apsara Dance. Starting by the movements with deftness and deliberation, the beautiful artists in the sophisticated silk-made tunic will get you amazed by the exquisiteness and enthusiasm with warm smiles. 

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Regarded as the largest religious structure in the world, Angkor Wat (Siem Reap, Cambodia) steals travelers’ heart by the astonishing vast and amazing landscape. A wonderful experience to watch the mesmerizing sunrise and to explore the site needs tackling whilst you visit Siem Reap. Don’t forget to take water, hat, sunscreen and proper attire to maintain your energetic exploration.

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Located in the outskirt from Angkor Complex (Siem Reap), the outlying temples is delightfully secluded: a 35km ride to the rural area. In spite of the modest size, the outlying temples will amuse those wanders by the impressive details and fantastic carvings and ancient ruins from Hindu mythology, including the widely known Banteay Srei, Hariharalaya, Bakhong Temple. A must see sightseeings for all tourists.

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Siem Reap – one of the most popular destination of Cambodia has no shortage of unique charms — from Khmer classical ruins temples to a UNESCO World Heritage Angkor Wat— and it has been luring curious travelers more by the unique floating life in Tonle Sap Lake. Besides the quaint local boat experience, you will be welcomed by warming smiles from the humble Cambodian people and have a chance to see the real-life of local people and see how they make for a living in this...

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Welcome to phnom Penh - the capital of Cambodia. Once considered the loveliest city of Indochina, in spite of the recent turbulent history, Phnom Penh still maintains considerable charm. A city tour acquaints us with some major sights of Phnom Penh and help us to know a great deal about the sites, Khmer history and culture both imperial and recent when visiting Royal Palace - home to the royal family, Silver Pagoda - the most sacred temple in the country and National Museum...

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Get a great educational and historical experience when in Killing Field - a deeply moving insight into Pol Pot's regime.The excursion will put a lot of things in perspective and why the Cambodian people just want peace after awful era with thousands of impact which is greater and longer lasting. The experience is like time has stopped when you quietly walk through the fields, seeing bones and items still left in the place where the massacre took...

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Located in Preah Vihear province, Koh Ker temple is an amazing pyramid temple you should visit and you will learn more about it when you go with your guide. It is a spectacular area of ​​temples other than Angkor (120 km / 2 hours drive from Siem rep), less touristy for now and in the process of being applied to be considered a UNESCO heritage site. Koh Ker was once a thriving city with over 10.000 inhabitants and was even the capital of the Khmer Empire between 928...

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Ride a bike to the surrounding of Battambang to get insight into the local way of life and it will be really nice to try lots of Cambodian items. You will see how they make fermented fish paste, pastedried banana, rice paper, bamboo sticky rice, rice wine and visit the market, etc. The best thing is that we take you to non-touristic places, so you will really feel that what you are visiting is actually real and authentic. Your tour guide will...

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Beng Mealea or Bung Mealea is a temple from the Angkor Wat period. It is located 40 km east from the main group of temples at Angkor, Siem Reap, on the ancient royal highway to Preah Khan Kompong Svay. Beng Mealea was built as a Hindu temple, but some carvings depict Buddhist motifs. Its primary material is sandstone and it is largely unrestored, with trees and thick brush thriving amidst its towers and courtyards and many of its stones lying in great...

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The ox cart is usually used by local farmers to ride to rice field to plant the crops during the wet season. On this tour you can have the same experience. It is a different way of discovering traditional local life and Cambodian culture. You will see the local market, local people's houses, countryside and rice fields. Our local guide will come along with you. 

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A playground for locals, Phnom Kulen (literally Mountain of the Lychees) is a gorgeous day out. The main attraction is the waterfalls at the top of Kulen Mountain and it’s also a great picnic spot; well set up in Cambodian style with hammocks and shelters to keep you shaded from the sun.Two sites most noted are the Thousand Lingas at Kbal Spean where you can see several thousand Lingas carved on the river bed, within the Kulen National Park site and Preah Ang Thom pagoda...

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The most dramatically situated of all Angkorian monuments, Prasat Preah Vihear sprawls along a clifftop near the Thai border, with breathtaking views of lowland Cambodia 550m below. An important place of pilgrimage for millennia, the temple was built by a succession of seven Khmer monarchs, beginning with Yasovarman I (r 889–910) and ending with Suryavarman II (r 1112–52). Like other temple-mountains from this period, it was designed to represent Mt Meru and dedicated to...

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Prek Toal is one of three biospheres on the Tonlé Sap lake, and this stunning bird sanctuary makes it the most worthwhile and straightforward of the three to visit. It’s an ornithologist’s fantasy, with a significant number of rare breeds gathered in one small area, including the huge lesser and greater adjutant storks, the milky stork and the spot-billed pelican. Even the uninitiated will be impressed, as these birds have a huge wingspan and build enormous nests.During...

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Angkor National Museum is an archaeological museum dedicated to the collection, preservation and presentation of Angkorian artifacts, also to provides information and education about art and culture of Khmer civilization, with collections mainly dated from Khmer Empire's Angkor period circa 9th to 14th-century. Most of the artifacts are discovered in and around the Angkor archaeological sites nearby.It will be a wonderful overview and introduction to some fantastic...

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Tuol Svay Pray High School sits on a dusty road on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. In 1976, the Khmer Rouge renamed the high school S-21 and turned it into a torture, interrogation and execution center. Of the 14,000 people known to have entered, only seven survived. Not only did the Khmer Rouge carefully transcribe the prisoners' interrogations; they also carefully photographed the vast majority of the inmates and created an astonishing photographic archive. Each of...

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This bicycle tour to Angkor Wat will be absolutely amazing! Escape the crowds, the busy roads and the well-worn tourist trail at Angkor, start cycling to West Gate of Angkor Thom City and ride on the main walls of Angkor Thom to Southgate and dead gate. Visit to Bayon, Baphuon, Royal Enclosure, Terrace of Lapper King and Terrace of Elephant and continue to Ta Nei and Ta Prohm through the jungle loop. you can ride through...

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We set off by our awaiting mountain bikes from the highlights of Siem Reap about 5km, experience the gentle ride on the dike overlooking beautiful rice paddies dotting palm trees, cattle, ploughing or planting activities and pass stilt houses from one village to others enhanced by “Hello” from friendly kids. We will have plenty of stops to take photos of interesting insights, observe rattan basket weaving and interact local people along with learning from your tour guide...

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Have you already seen the main temples of Angkor? Are you tired of the crowds of Angkor Wat? Look no further! On a little hill, 20 km outside Siem Reap you will find Phnom Bok. 650 steps or so to climb the hill, but you will be rewarded with breathtaking views and a small temple on top. Very quiet and peaceful place. Not discovered by the masses yet. It can be nicely combined with a visit to nearby Banteay Samre for a nice day trip from Siem Reap

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Phnom Krom is a hill located about 12 kilometers southwest of Siem Reap, and is home to a spectacular Angkorian temple built in the 9th century, called Prasat Phnom Krom. The hill is also the best spot to catch the sunrise & sunset in Siem Reap area, which can be enjoyed from a beautiful pagoda at the top of the 140-meter-high hilltop.This is one of the most scenic places, on a high level hence a great view point to the floating villages and the beautiful houses on...

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With its classic Khmer roofs and ornate gilding, the Royal Palace dominates the diminutive skyline of Phnom Penh. It's a striking structure near the riverfront, bearing a remarkable likeness to its counterpart in Bangkok. Being the official residence of King Sihamoni, parts of the massive palace compound are closed to the public. The adjacent Silver Pagoda is open to visitors.It is great to understand about Cambodia King and some of traditional dress and silver temple. If...

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Rabbit Island (or otherwise known as Koh Tonsay) in Cambodia is one of those gems that you find when you’re travelling. It’s such a relaxing place and you’ll soon get down to the slow pace of life on the island. The local people are wonderful and friendly, the seafood is divine, it’s perfect for swimming, there’s things to do, or you can simply chill out and kick back.Rabbit Island is just two square kilometres and apart from some coconut tree lined beaches, it has...

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Cha Ong Waterfall

 Banlung

The Cha Ong waterfall is about 8.7km from Ban Lung, near Cha Ong village. It’s the most visited of the waterfalls around Ban Lung and probably our favourite of the lot. To get to Cha Ong waterfall, head west on the main road out of town and take the right turn a few hundred metres after the bus station. Go along this road for about 6km until you reach the waterfall.Sometimes the journey to a place is just as delightful as the destination itself and with the Cha Ong...

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The Kampot area also offers several other attractions including pre-Angkorian ruins and caves, jungle trekking, bicycling tours, river cruises, island trips, fishing trips, isolated beaches, pepper plantations, bamboo train rides and some beautiful rural countryside.Most visitors come here to have a look at the old French colonial architecture, which is one still in charming condition, to have a vantage point for visiting the near beaches or the small islands of Kep. Kampot...

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Only 8 kilometres from the quiet Cambodian town of Kampot lies the entrance to Bokor Mountain in Bokor National Park. Reputedly home to wild elephants and tigers it boasts a beautiful landscape most famous for the abandoned Bokor Hill Station, a new luxury casino and hotel complex, waterfalls and some great hiking opportunities.At Bokor Hill Station is Le Bokor Palace Hotel and Casino which was built in 1925. Abandoned by the French since the 1940s, it is now a shell of its...

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Phokeethra Country Club was the first true international standard golf course to open in Cambodia in 2007. Designed to a championship standard this impressive layout will test your strategic skills to the full. Water comes into play on all but one hole, plus the final hole requires the player to negotiate a double water carry.Sweeping fairways and generous greens gives Phokeethra Country Club its distinctive feel. Natural lagoons and water hazards are abundant which just...

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Formerly known as Angkor Lake/Siem Reap Resort Golf Club, this is the third international standard golf course to have opened close to Angkor Wat. Designed by the renowned Japanese course architect Kentaro Sato.Generous palm lined fairways, and a choice of five tees on each hole enable players of all abilities to appreciate this well presented and manicured course. Impressive saunas and an international restaurant specialising in Korean cuisine awaits you in the elaborate...

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Three temples Preah Ko, Bakong and Lolei, 15km South-East of Siem Reap town, comprise the Roluos Group of monuments. They are closed together and extend over an area of 3km east of Great Lake. The Roluos group, dating from the late ninth century, is the earliest site of the 600-year Angkor Period. The three temples belonging to this important group have similarities of architecture, decoration materials and construction methods which combine to reveal the beginning of...

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Angkor Golf Resort

 Siem Reap

The Sir Nick Faldo designed Angkor Golf Resort opened in January 2008. It is without doubt the finest golf course in Cambodia, and any keen golfer visiting Siem Reap should play at least one round here.When Angkor Golf Resort opened a new level of golf course had finally arrived in Cambodia. All year round this course is presented in immaculate condition. The tees, fairways and greens are maintained to a high standard. The course measures 7,279 yards from the back tees. But...

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There is so much more to Siem Reap than home to one of the world’s best wonders, the breathtaking Angkor Wat Complex. That is the picturesque surrounding countryside. To travel off the beaten track from the tourist trail, we would love to introduce to holidaymakers the best way to explore this area – A Horse Riding Tour. You will pass through vast rice fields, local villages, and temples at a leisurely pace. What if observing farmers in their fields and workshops or...

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Taking a helium balloon flight over Siem Reap is not a new activity but always an attractive experience you should not miss when visiting this heritage land. About 800 meters west from the Angkor Wat Complex, a bright yellow balloon tethered to the ground by a mechanical cable will take you up to the sky to 120 meters high with 20 visitors. You will have 10 - 15 minutes to contemplate the magnificent beauty of the ancient complex Angkor Wat from the bird's-eye view. On a...

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Banteay Srei Temple

 Siem Reap

The ancient temple Banteay Srei is one of the most beautiful structures in the Angkor region that was built to worship the Hindu god, Shiva. The temple is located near Phnom Dei hill, 25km northeast of the ancient capital temple groups of Yasodharapura. Begun in the 10th century, the temple has now become the jewel of the Kingdom and is praised as the miniature of the Angkor Wat complex. Banteay Srei is famous for its elaborate decorative sculptures on the walls and...

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Phare Ponleu Selpak Circus or the official name Phare, the Cambodian Circus is an amazing night performance of traditional and modern arts, including music, dance, theater, acrobatics, and juggling. All are beautifully choreographed and performed in a specific topic or story about Cambodia lives, culture, and society that make this show a genuinely unmissable attraction in Siem Reap. Most of young performers in Phare, the Cambodian Circus come from Phare Ponleu Selpak, an...

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Siem Reap is best known for the Angkor temples but it still has much more to discover that there is no better way to explore this magnificent city than through a fascinating culinary adventure. A Siem Reap food tour by tuk-tuk will take you off the beaten track down back laneways to visit the town’s hidden gems for authentic local food. Following the steps of an expert gastronomic guide whose knowledge about Cambodia and Khmer cuisine goes beyond any guidebook, you will...

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Battambang is not really among the top most-visited destinations in Cambodia but most travelers would know about the bamboo train as the most popular tourist attraction and the absolute main reason to travel to Battambang. Situated in the outskirts of town, the bamboo train, also called norry or nori, is basically a bamboo platform placed on wheels and powered by a small engine running on the rail line. The bamboo train rides only several kilometers through rice fields,...

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Champey Academy of Arts (CAA) is a non-profit school founded in 2013 with the mission of introducing Phnom Penh youngers to their country’s rich arts and culture as well as providing them free training in Cambodian traditional arts. Students may have the opportunity to learn and master difficult skills in three fields:  music, dance, drawing and painting. Tourists are able to visit the classes and tour around the school from Monday to Saturday (7.30 - 11.00 AM and...

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Phnom Tamao wildlife rescue center is the largest zoo in Cambodia that is also home to the world's largest group of sun bears and moon bears. Covering an area of over 10 hectares, the bear sanctuary now helps more than 100 rescued bears with many education zones for general visitors. Joining a Bear Care tour, you will have a day in the center to learn about the bears, the center’s work and visit some other rescued animals. A park guide will travel around with you, tell you...

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