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“An exotic world of ancient temples, royal palaces, bustling markets and exquisite beaches.”

Cambodia is a country steeped in history. In spite of years and years of struggle, the country has emerged today as a nation with an infectious spirit seen in its people and a tourism business that is flourishing. Home of the famous Angkor Wat and numerous other temples, this country is intoxicating in its beauty, to say the least. Apart from the historical and the cultural, Cambodia is also urbane, boasting of beautiful Phnom Penh, its capital, and tonnes of restaurants serving delicious cuisine. Cambodia is an amalgamation of the old and the new and a gentle reminder that the two can indeed co-exist and do it graciously.

“I loved Cambodia; watching the sun rise at Angkor Wat was really beautiful.” ~ Michael Landes

Cambodia, country on the Indochinese mainland of Southeast Asia. Cambodia is largely a land of plains and great rivers and lies amid important overland and river trade routes linking China to India and Southeast Asia. The influences of many Asian cultures, alongside those of France and the United States, can be seen in the capital, Phnom Penh, one of a handful of urban centres in the largely rural country.

Spiritual Salvation

A trip to historic and fascinating Cambodia can be a whirlwind of sensations: from the mystic temples and the vibrant cities to the dramatic countryside. meditate at the country’s most hallowed sites and partake in centuries-old customs.

Ancient Temples

Revel in the jaw-dropping beauty of one of the Seven Wonders of the World; the amazing Angkor Wat.The temples in Cambodia have tales to narrate, but most importantly they stand as architectural gems. The rock cut art and carvings in these landmarks have their own old world charm, something that will urge you to capture for lifetime.

Wildlife Wanderlust

Cambodia is a country of immense biodiversity and lush forests.The landscape is comprised of low-lying forests and plains surrounded by elevated hills and mountains, including the largest range, the Cardamom Mountains. The mighty Mekong River cuts through the middle of the country and merges with the sea just to the south in Vietnam.

World Heritage Sites

According to UNESCO’s website, three sites in Cambodia have been declared World Heritage Sites – Angkor Wat Temple in 1992, PreahVihear Temple in 2008 and SamborPreiKuk Temple in 2017.

National Parks

The nation has anextensive system of national parks and protected areas, covering around 40% of the country and providing a vital haven for a vast variety of wildlife. Southern Cardamom National Park is the largest protected area in Cambodia.

Luxury Cruises

The Mekong Delta is bursting with life.Journeying the lower Mekong River is a daily adventure and arguably one of the world’s greatest river cruising destinations. Embark on a luxurious Mekong River cruise to Cambodia’s most memorable cultural experiences.