Posted October 4, 2017No comments | Far East


Discover mysticism, history, and ancient traditions…See the majestic Angkor Wat – set near the charming French-influenced town of Siem Reap, and the largest religious monument in the world. This temple for Buddhists attracts more than a million visitors each year and is undoubtedly Cambodia’s premier destination of unparalleled grandeur.

Sightseeing and Attractions

Take a tour of The Royal Palace and French colonial architecture of Phnom Penh.

See the royal city of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Siem Reap.

Visit fascinating museums to understand Cambodia’s tragic history under Pol Pot’s regime and the courage of Cambodia’s people in rebuilding its nation.

Take an excursion to Banteay Srei, a red sandstone Hindu temple on the edge of the Phnom Koulen National Park.

Food and Drink

Cool down with a refreshing Cambodian iced coffee, made using sweet milk.

Find plenty of cheap eats and street markets selling fish amok, lok lak and other traditional cuisine.

Wildlife & Adventure

Hike the sacred mountain of Phnom Kulen, the birthplace of the Khmer Empire.

Enjoy a contrast to city sightseeing with a fun family day at the Water World Waterpark.

Learn about Cambodia’s wildlife at the Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity.

When to go?

There is little rain between Nov-Mar and with a warm climate this is the peak time for touring Cambodia. Apr-Oct is the low season for tourism with hot temperatures and high humidity, Sep-Oct can be wet but humidity should start to calm down a little offering a nice time to visit with lower rates than high season.


Yes, Indian citizens require a visa for travel to Cambodia.


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