A former ancient kingdom reinventing itself as a hub of art and culture”
Cambodia is best known for its UNESCO World Heritage-inscribed Angkor Wat Complex in Siem Reap, the largest religious monument in the world and the seat of the 12th century Angkor Empire. Get lost in its crumbling, jungle-clad temples or climb up ancient structures to see the sun setting over the iconic spires of Angkor.
However, beyond the ancient temples of Siem Reap, the small country of Cambodia is filled with highlights including the floating villages of the Tonle Sap Lake, the faded colonial-era buildings of quiet Battambang and the premier beach town of Sihanoukville with its lightly developed islands offering an off-the-beaten path holiday away from the crowds. Once known as the ‘Pearl of the East’, the capital city of Phnom Penh is modernising at light speed, an intriguing mix of skyscrapers and chic boutiques promoting authentic design alongside historic heritage buildings recalling its glory days as the seat of a royal kingdom and a French protectorate.
Discover Cambodia, with its emerging art and performance scene and fascinating ancient and modern history, made all the more inviting by the gentle nature and genuine hospitality of the Cambodian people.
Within Easy Reach Of...
Cambodia has two key international airports in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. They service domestic flights and direct flights from regional countries. The below flight times are from/to Siem Reap International Airport.
Bangkok, Thailand - 1hr 10min flight
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam - 1hr 20min flight
Luang Prabang, Laos - 2hr 10min flight
Singapore - 2hr 15min flight
Key cities to visit
Siem Reap • Battambang • Phnom Penh • Kep
A compact country, Cambodia has a simple weather system with two distinct seasons.
The dry season is from October to April, and the green season is from May to September. Rainfall is heaviest in August and September. Comfortable temperatures averaging 24°C are in October, November, and December while the hottest time of year, averaging 35°C, is March to June.
Why you’ll love Cambodia
The ancient Khmer ruins are a timeless attraction while hidden temple complexes continue to be discovered
Unspoiled nature in many of its off-the-beaten-path destinations such as Phnom Kulen and national parks teeming with indigenous flora and fauna
An emerging creative art scene from artists to acrobats giving young Cambodians hope for a promising future
Suggested Cambodia Itineraries
Explore our Cambodia sample itineraries to inspire your travel planning. The itineraries can be easily customized and adapted to your personal interests and preferences.
Hidden Splendors of Cambodia (Siem Reap – Kratie – Mondulkiri - Phnom Penh)
Family Adventure in Cambodia (Siem Reap – Kratie – Phnom Penh)
Jungle Trekking and Camping in Cambodia (Phnom Penh – Sen Monorom – Kratie – Banlung – Virachey National Park – Banlung – Siem Reap)
Cambodia Tailored Experiences
Select from our exciting range handcrafted tailored experiences to include in your customized journey.
Biking Tour to Angkor Wat
Reviving the lost art of Khmer ceramics
Supporting Education for the Children of Anlong Pi