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Dominated by the timeless Mekong, from the jungle temples of Angkor to the bustling streets of Phnom Penh, Cambodia is a country whose beauty, culture and history cannot fail to leave an enduring impression on visitors.

Tours in Cambodia

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  • Indochina Grand Tour - Group TourClassical and HeritageCultural and HistoryEscorted Tours

    Indochina Grand Tour - Group Tour

    Luang Prabang (3 nights), Hanoi (2 nights), Halong Bay (1 night), Hoi An (2 nights), Ho Chi Minh City (2 nights), Mekong Delta (2 nights), Phnom Penh (1 night), Siem Reap and the Temples of Angkor (3 nights)

    18 days £3279
    SAVE £211 per person

    Departing: 27th December 2014

  • Splendours of Vietnam and CambodiaCultural and HistoryTailor Made Tours

    Splendours of Vietnam and Cambodia

    Hanoi (2 nights), Halong Bay (1 night), Hoi An (2 nights), Hue (2 nights), Saigon (2 nights), Mekong Delta (2 nights), Phnom Penh (1 night), Siem Reap and the temples of Angkor (3 nights)

  • Complete IndochinaClassical and HeritageCultural and HistoryTailor Made Tours

    Complete Indochina

    Vientiane (2 nights), Xieng Khouang (2 nights), Luang Prabang (3 nights), Hanoi (2 nights), Victoria Express Train (1 night), Sapa (2 nights), Victoria Express Train (1 night), Halong Bay (1 night), Hoi An (2 nights), Phnom Penh (1 night), Siem Reap (3 nights)

  • Vietnam, Cambodia and the 4 Rivers Floating LodgeTailor Made Tours

    Vietnam, Cambodia and the 4 Rivers Floating Lodge

    Saigon (3 nights), Mekong River Cruise (1 night), Mekong (1 night), Phnom Penh (2 nights), 4 Rivers Floating Lodge (4 nights), Battambang (2 nights), Siem Reap (4 nights)

  • Isaan and CambodiaCultural and HistoryNewTailor Made Tours

    Isaan and Cambodia

    Bangkok (2 nights), Khao Yai National Park (1 night), Surin (1 night), Mekong (2 nights), Phnom Penh (2 nights), Cardamon Mountains (3 nights), Siem Reap (3 nights), Saigon (2 nights)

  • Mekong OdysseyCruisingCultural and HistoryTailor Made Tours

    Mekong Odyssey

    Ho Chi Minh City (2 nights), Mekong Delta, Can Tho (1 night), Chau Doc (1 night), Phnom Penh (2 nights), Siem Reap (3 nights) and the Temples of Angkor

  • Mekong River Cruise with Pandaw - Saigon to Siem Reap (Upstream)CruisingCultural and HistoryTailor Made Tours

    Mekong River Cruise with Pandaw - Saigon to Siem Reap (Upstream)

    Saigon (2 nights), cruising on the Mekong River (7 nights) & Siem Reap (3 nights)

  • Mekong River Cruise with Pandaw – Siem Reap To Saigon (Downstream)CruisingCultural and HistoryTailor Made Tours

    Mekong River Cruise with Pandaw – Siem Reap To Saigon (Downstream)

    Siem Reap (3 nights), cruising on the Mekong River (7 nights) & Saigon (2 nights)

  • Upper Mekong Cruise & AngkorCruisingTailor Made Tours

    Upper Mekong Cruise & Angkor

    Vientiane (2 nights), Luang Prabang, Upper Mekong Cruise (5 nights), Siem Reap & Angkor (3 nights)

  • Cambodian ExplorerClassical and HeritageCultural and HistoryTailor Made Tours

    Cambodian Explorer

    Siem Reap (4 nights) Battambang (2 nights), Phnom Penh (2 nights) and Sihanoukville (3 nights)

Things to See & Do

  • Temples of Angkor

    Temples of Angkor

    A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the extraordinary jungle temples of Angkor represent some five centuries of Khmer culture. Covering 155 square kilometres of Cambodian countryside in the vicinity of Siem Reap, these priceless pearls are a wonderful collection of bas-relief carvings and hidden temples. The most photogenic and iconic of all the temples, the imposing setting of Angkor Wat is without doubt one of the highlights of any journey through Indochina. Stunningly preserved and visually captivating, it takes on an almost ethereal glow in the golden light of the setting sun.

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  • Phnom Penh

    Phnom Penh

    Cambodia’s enchanting capital is a delightful mix of Khmer and French influences, its tree-lined avenues littered with reminders of its colonial and ancient heritage. Lying at the confluence of three rivers it has been the country’s seat of political power since the 15th century and a wander through its streets reveals countless testaments to its sometimes turbulent past, including the horrors of Pol Pot and the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek

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  • Mekong River

    Mekong River

    The timeless jungles of Indochina offer some of the most idyllic cruising anywhere.Meandering through Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos, the Mekong and its tributaries weave a magical course through a cultural landscape little changed over the centuries.

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  • Mekong Delta

    Mekong Delta

    Essential to the very livelihoods of its people, the myriad network of channels and tributaries that make up the Mekong Delta offer a spectacular window upon life along the banks of this mighty river. Rich in cultural diversity and scenic splendour, the lush landscapes present an ever-changing tableau of village life, offering a stark contrast to the colonial grandeur and vibrancy of some other parts of the region. Sightseeing is predominantly based on or along the river, visiting remote fishing villages and traditional floating markets and exploring river islands and remote pagodas, enjoying the serenity of the forested hills and rice paddies and the spectacle of life amongst the tropical wetlands of south eastern Vietnam.

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  • Tonle Sap Lake

    Tonle Sap Lake

    Tonle Sap is the largest fresh water lake in South East Asia. Its dimension changes depending on the monsoon and dry season. Surrounded by floating villages, 90% of the communities earn a living by catching fish and farming. This lake is a haven for biodiversity with over 300 species of fresh water fish, as well as snakes, crocodiles, tortoises, turtles and otters. More than 100 varieties of water birds including storks and pelicans also inhabit the area.

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  • Ta Prohm

    Ta Prohm

    Built in the mid 12th century to early 13th century, by King Jayavarman, Ta Prohm is the largest monument amongst the Angkor temples.Mighty roots pry apart the temple’s building blocks, while also appearing to hold them in place. With it's mosses, vines and parrots flying from tree to tree, Ta Prohm is a jungle paradise. It's believed by archeologists that more than 12,000 people once lived in Ta Prohm. Ta Prohm is particuarly serene and beautiful in the morning.

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  • Royal Palace

    Royal Palace

    Built in 1866 by King Norodom, the Palace is actually a number of structures within a pagoda-style compound. Located within the Royal Palace compound, the Silver Pagoda is so named because of its floor, which is made up of 5,000 silver tiles. The treasures are a solid gold Buddha encrusted with 9,584 diamonds, and weighing 90 kg, and a small 17th century emerald and baccarat crystal Buddha. Continue to visit the National Museum, which houses Khmer art, especially sculptures from different periods of Cambodian history, 19th century dance costumes, royal barges and palanquins. Over 5,000 objects are on display including Angkorian era statues, lingas and other artifacts, most notably the legendary status of the ‘leper King.’

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  • Cai Rang Market

    Cai Rang Market

    Cai Rang Market is the most famous and biggest floating market in the Mekong Delta. From the early hours of the morning the river fills with hundreds of boats containing a vast range of items such as plants and fresh fruit. It presents a wonderful photographic opportunity of all produce being traded from the boats. There is also the opportunity to communicate with the locals and to visit their homes to get an insight into how communities live on the Mekong River.

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  • Battambang


    Cambodia's second largest town, Battambang still retains a distinctly small town ambience. On the banks of the Sangker river, the town is imbued with a rich colonial spirit that stems form its numerous Frensh-style villas. The addition of the surrounding Khmer temples makes this an ideal stop-off from Phnom Penh or as a fascinating river journey from Siem Reap.

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  • Kep


    Lying to the east of Kampot, a 3 hour drive from Phnom Penh, Kep was once a popular retreat for the French and Cambodian elite and remains a fascinating place to explore. Set bseide the wtaers of the Gulf of Thailand and famed for seafood, particularly crab, a walk a walk along its shore offers an alternative to teh more popular beaches of nearby Sihanoukville.

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Highlights of Cambodia

Travel Experts

  • Paul Taylor

    Make time for a drink in the Foreign Correspondents Club in Phnom Penh to mix with expats and hear some fascinating stories.

    Paul Taylor
    Sales Centre Supervisor
  • Sue Livsey

    Visit the jungle temples of Angkor by remork (tuk tuk).

    Sue Livsey
    Far East Product Manager

Best Time To Go and Weather

The best time to visit Cambodia is from mid October through to early April.  The rainy season tends to last from May to September and the remainder of the year is dry and sunny.

Essential Information

  • Time differenceGMT +7hrs
  • Flight Time13 hrs
  • VisaYes for British passport holders*
  • ImmunisationsHepatitis A & B, Japanese encephalitis, Malaria, Typhoid**
  • CurrencyNew Riel
  • CapitalPhnom Penh
  • Area181,035 sq km
  • Population11 million
  • Dialling Code+855
  • Electricity110V and 220V
  • LanguageKhmer

* Please check with the tourist board to confirm

** Please check with your health professional to confirm

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