Spanning low-lying plains, the stunning Mekong Delta, towering mountains and the dazzling Gulf of Thailand coastline, Cambodia is a nation full of surprises.
Culture and history lovers will marvel at the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat, a stone temple complex built during the Khmer Empire, whilst those looking to dive into a hubbub of activity will find a home in the bustling capital of Phnom Penh, host to a range of amazing features to lose yourself in exploring.
With a riverfront lined with parks, restaurants and bars, the glittering Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda just a step away, and the expansive art deco Central Market at its heart, never a dull moment is to be had in this vivacious country.
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Our Best Trips To Cambodia
- From 13 days - Tailor-made from £3630Join an all-gay charter and spend 13-days exploring the best of Cambodia and Vietnam. You’ll be sailing in style down the vast Mekong River on all all-suites, luxurious ship. The ship’s French colonial design compliments the style of the homes...View Itinerary
- From 15 days - Tailor-made from £5800Join a gay group trip and discover the cultural wonders of Vietnam, Cambodia and, if you opt for our optional add-on, Laos. This is a great way to discover Southeast Asia in style. You’ll be staying in top hotels and wining...View Itinerary
- From 11 days - Tailor-made from £3455This itinerary is very much a tale of two cities. You’ll explore the vibrant island of Hong Kong, an ultra-modern city that’s evolved a lot since gaining independence from Britain: it’s now one of the wealthiest places in the world....View Itinerary
Trips to Cambodia
Join an all-gay charter and spend 13-days exploring the best of Cambodia and Vietnam. You’ll be sailing in style down the vast Mekong River on all all-suites, luxurious ship. The ship’s French colonial design compliments the style of the homes...
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This 15-day gay Thailand group adventure starts in the metropolis of Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand and home to Asia’s best food, nightlife, and shopping. It has been designed to maximise your experience of Thailand. Instead of rushing around in...
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Join a gay group trip and discover Vietnam and Cambodia. You’ll visit the floating villages of Tonle Sap Lake, the vast temple complex of Angkor Wat and travelling around Hanoi on a cyclo. You’ll also eat a classic Vietnamese meal in...
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Join a gay group trip and discover the cultural wonders of Vietnam, Cambodia and, if you opt for our optional add-on, Laos. This is a great way to discover Southeast Asia in style. You’ll be staying in top hotels and wining...
For such a small nation, Cambodia packs a lot in and its highlights are among the region’s most exhilarating. Chief among these are the mind-blowing temples at Angkor, but the country is far from a one-hit wonder. The relaxed city...
Cambodia is a fascinating country with a unique and troubled history. The dark years of the Khmer Rouge ended in 1979. Today Cambodia is a peaceful and exciting country with an incredible cultural heritage. Starting in the capital city, Phnom...
This wonderful trip allows you to experience the best parts of both Cambodia and Vietnam. Start in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh and immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant atmosphere. You will then head to Siem Reap where you will explore...
Saddle up and cycle between Southeast Asia’s most ancient and modern of cities – Angkor and Bangkok. From the Thai capital, you’ll head out into the verdant countryside, past fruit orchards, mountains and beaches. After crossing the border into Cambodia,...
This stunning itinerary takes in four countries in what is sure to be the journey of a lifetime. Whilst staying in luxury accommodation, you’ll get the chance to see the highlights of Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. Exploring culture, cuisine,...
This itinerary is very much a tale of two cities. You’ll explore the vibrant island of Hong Kong, an ultra-modern city that’s evolved a lot since gaining independence from Britain: it’s now one of the wealthiest places in the world....
Hotels in Cambodia
Getting to Cambodia
Fly via Bangkok to both Siem Reap and Phnom Penh in Cambodia. Thai Airways offer the most flights to the country.
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If you’re looking for somewhere a little off the beaten track you should consider Cambodia. It ticks all the boxes, from culture to beaches, to adventure and luxury.
We have a wonderful itinerary which covers all the must-see highlights.
Although Cambodia is a very welcoming and stable country now, it has a dark past. In the 1970’s the country was ruled by the Khmer Rouge regime. During that time over a million Cambodians were killed.
Their troubled past has shaped the way Cambodians act towards each other, and there is a real sense of gratefulness. In Phnom Penh, see the Royal Palace, the Genocide Museum and The Killing Fields. It is a very important part of their culture so it’s worth a visit.
After seeing the capital, Phnom Penh, head to Siem Reap, which is known as the capital for temples as it is home to the majestic Angkor Wat. The temple is so important that it even is part of the national flag.
Siem Reap is filled with many Hindu and Buddhist temples, each displayed their own uniqueness. Hop on a tuk-tuk and your driver will take you to the best ones.
What Everyone Does In Cambodia
Visit the capital City Phnom Penh and immerse yourself in the lively buzzing atmosphere. Then head to Siem Reap to see the incredible temples. We have some wonderful itineraries including the Highlights of Cambodia, which will take you to all the best spots.
What Some People Do In Cambodia
If you are looking for the best holiday picture, then brave the early hours of the morning and head to Angkor Wat and watch the sunrise over the temple.
It is an amazing experience, one you will never forget. Another activity you can do is take a boat trip through the rice fields where you can see the rice farmer’s house on stilts, which are built so high up to stop them from flooding. The boat will cruise along the river and end in lake Tonle Sap.
What No One Else Does In Cambodia
It is not common knowledge that Cambodia has a couple of beautiful resorts which offer overwater bungalow accommodation including Song Saa Private Island. This wonderful resort not only offers luxury accommodation but also embraces the nature and wildlife which surrounds it.
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Cambodia is quite often overlooked as a destination. Its neighbouring countries often steal the limelight, but if you are looking for something a little off the beaten track then Cambodia is definitely a destination you should add to your bucket
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