Cash-conscious global tourists looking for tailor-made holidays suited to their budget need look no further than Cambodia.
Lonely Planet travel experts have just placed this sumptuous South-east Asian country at number two in their list of best-value travel destinations for 2013.
It continues to be one of the planet's cheapest destinations, despite boasting such renowned World Heritage Sites as Angkor Wat temple.
Holidaymakers on city breaks to Cambodia can also enjoy rich cultural cities such as Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Battambang.
Bolivia, Nepal and Namibia also made the top 10 list, representing the very best of value for money destinations.
Lonely Planet highlighted Cambodia's south coast with its tropical islands and resorts, besides cultural sites such as Angkor Wat.
Cambodia's tourism growth over many successive years shows little chance of slowing down.
But the country won't be resting on its laurels.
It plans to build a high tech museum in the north of the country to promote the recently discovered link between Angkor Wat and many other religious sites.
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