Cambodia remains refreshingly untouched by tourism and is ripe for discovery. You're bound to be moved by its tragic past, inspired by its spectacular beauty and captivated by its archaeological sites. The jewel in Cambodia's crown is undoubtedly the Angkor Temple Complex and iconic Angkor Wat, one of the great wonders of the world and the highlight of our tours to Cambodia.
With wild jungles and national parks, pristine southern beaches and offshore islands, beautiful temples and vibrant cities, Cambodia has so much more to offer. Key highlights are Phnom Penh, the nation’s capital, located on the banks of the Mekong River and filled with beautiful colonial architecture and old-world charm as well as Siem Reap, gateway to the fabled Angkor Temples.
Our group tours to Cambodia are filled with lots of fun local experiences - explore Kompong Pluk floating village & flooded mangrove forest in a row boat, attend the street kids circus under the big top in Siem Reap, sip on a cocktail from the famed Foreign Correspondance Club in Phnom Penh, lunch at the Friends cafe in Phnom Penh in supoort of local street children, and top your trip off with a sunrise visit to Angkor Wat.
Cambodia Group Tours
Scarred by a troubled past but looking forward to a bright future, Cambodia’s spectacular beauty and ancient archaeology make for a culturally engaging visit. On our group tours to Cambodia you'll uncover the iconic temples of Angkor, take a boat ride to the floating villages of Tonle Sap Lake, visit the beautiful Royal Palace Complex in Phnom Penh and have lots more fun local experiences. read more
On our private tours you'll gain an insight into the history and local way of life in Cambodia. Should you wish to combine your trip with a visit to neighbouring Vietnam our group tour itineraries, which can also be done on a private basis, fit the bill nicely.
Highlights of our tours to Cambodia
Get lost in the jungle setting and intricate architecture of the incredible Angkor Wat and the remains of the Khmer Empire, an ancient and beautiful civilisation full of mystery. Take a tour of the capital Phnom Penh and visit the solid silver-floored Silver Pagoda and interesting National Museum. Take a journey through some of Cambodia's recent history at the sombre Toul Sleng Prison and the Killing Fields, home to some of the country's worst atrocities from Pol Pot's infamous rule.
“Angkor Wat is rightfully a wonder of the world, I got to spend an incredible day there with friends and family, exploring the fabulous remnants of the...”
by Rebekah Greenplate
Posted on 21 Sep 2015
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Taking an estimated 30 years to build, Angkor Wat is without doubt the most famous location in the whole of Cambodia. Originally built as the Hindu capital, it later to become a Buddhist temple. Angkor Wat is the most famous of the temples in the whole of Angkor - a sprawling 400km2 complex that includes other famous relics like the Bayon Temple at Angkor Thom.
Stick licking its wounds from the scars of 1979, Phnom Penh is a vibrant and bustling city. Sitting amongst 3 rivers; the mighty Mekong, the Bassac and of course the vast Tonle Sap – it is a great stop gap between Saigon and Siem Reap. Visitors can take a relaxing walk along the riverfront, sip a Gn’T in the famous Foreign Correspondents Club or be humbled at the Tuel Sleng Genocide Museum.
Not the first beach people think of when planning a Southeast Asia beach break, but Sihanoukville is fast becoming a hip and happening beach resort. Serendipity Beach is very much the young backpacker party zone whereas Otres Beach is the perfect spot for a more relaxed stay offering some excellent boutique accommodation and a quieter and cleaner beachside area.
Cambodia’s second biggest city, Battambang is well positioned between Bangkok and Phnom Penh. Teeming with beautiful French colonial architecture the city has more of a large town feel to it than a big smoggy city. As well as the beautiful array of temples, or ‘wats’ the other ‘must do’ activitiy in this small city is to ride the Bamboo train, or ‘noggy’.
Floating villages of the Tonle Sap
A short bullock cart ride takes you through the countryside and local villages on the way to Tonle Sap lake. Heading out by motorised boat you can transfer to smaller row boats in order to get up close to the quaint floating villages of the lake like Kompong Phluk. The local houses are built on stilts high above the water and a petrified forest is visible in the drier months.
Cambodia Travel Guide
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Information on climatic and weather conditions in Cambodia
Places on our must-see list of any visit to Cambodia
Visa requirements for Cambodia and info on getting your visa
Trip reviews from our travellers to Cambodia