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Take a trip to Cambodia

Get ready to fly to Cambodia, a land of a thousand wonders where adventure awaits you. From the incredible Angkor Wat complex to the white sandy beaches of Kep, you'll be captivated by the timeless beauty of this Southeast Asian gem.
Start your journey in the vibrant capital, Phnom Penh, where you can discover the country's turbulent history at the Genocide Museum and the Royal Palace. Next, immerse yourself in the magical atmosphere of Siem Reap, where the temples of Angkor transport you to a world of breathtaking architecture and ancient legends.
After exploring the country's cultural treasures, relax on the heavenly beaches of Sihanoukville and Koh Rong. Take a dip in the warm waters, stroll along the fine sand or discover the seabed on a diving excursion.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Cambodia

  • Angkor temples

    Welcome to the mystical kingdom of Angkor, where history and the grandeur of the past stand majestically. Nestled in the heart of lush jungles just 6 km from the town of Siem Reap, the temples of Angkor transport you to a bygone era, awakening your adventurous soul and dazzling your eyes with their breathtaking architecture.
    Your first encounter with these wonders is at the majestic ramparts of Angkor Wat, the world’s largest religious complex, built by the Khmer dynasty in the early 12th century. You’ll be fascinated by its slender towers, delicately carved bas-reliefs and spiritual atmosphere. Then stroll through the Bayon, where the smiling faces of the deities seem to be watching you every step of the way. Explore the bewitching ruins of Ta Prohm, where the roots of giant trees intertwine with the stones, creating a striking image.
    Angkor’s beauty is not limited to its most famous temples. Prepare to be amazed by the exquisite detail of Banteay Srei, nicknamed the “Citadel of Women” for its graceful carvings. And don’t miss Preah Khan, a maze of corridors and shrines offering moments of solitude and reflection.
    Allow at least two days to explore the majority of the site, which covers more than 400 km², with no fewer than 200 temples.

  • Kratie

    Kratie is a hidden gem well worth exploring. Let yourself be charmed by the tranquility of the Mekong River and soak up the authenticity of Cambodian life. This enchanting getaway will enable you to get away from everyday life and connect with the nature and culture of this fascinating country. A must-see experience in Kratie. is the observation of Irrawaddy dolphins, a rare and endangered species. Board a boat and cruise the river to catch a glimpse of these graceful creatures playing in the waters. It’s a breathtaking spectacle that will leave you in awe of nature’s beauty.
    Continue your exploration by visiting local villages, such as Koh Trong, where you can discover the authentic way of life of the locals and immerse yourself in their traditional culture. Take a bike ride through the fruit plantations and admire the peaceful countryside.
    For an even more memorable experience, visit Krabey Island, just a few kilometers from Kratie. This small, secluded island offers pristine beaches and a tranquil atmosphere, perfect for relaxation and rejuvenation.

  • Bokor National Park

    Get ready for a breathtaking adventure in the heart of wild nature and lush biodiversity. Bokor National Park offers breathtaking scenery, majestic waterfalls and historical treasures that transport you to another time.
    Your journey begins with an ascent through dense vegetation to the summit of Bokor Mountain, from where you can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding region. Explore the enchanting ruins of the Bokor Palace Hotel, an abandoned colonial relic that evokes a mysterious atmosphere.
    Don’t miss the impressive Popokvil and Preah Monivong waterfalls, where you can cool off. For hiking enthusiasts, the park abounds with picturesque trails offering spectacular views of the mountains and forest.

  • Battambang

    Battambang, the name sounds like a promise of escape and intense discovery. Located in north-west Cambodia, this dazzling city offers an authentic glimpse of Khmer culture, far from the tourist crowds. Your first stop in Battambang will take you through the narrow streets of the old town. Lose yourself in a maze of narrow streets lined with traditional wooden houses, a testament to the charm of yesteryear. Continue your exploration with a visit to the famous Wat Banan, also known as “Little Angkor”. Climb the 350 steps to this hilltop temple, and be rewarded with a breathtaking view of the surrounding countryside. Marvel at the ancient Khmer architecture, with its elaborate carvings and detailed bas-reliefs.
    Another must-see attraction in Battambang is the Bamboo Train, or “Norry”. Climb aboard these curious bamboo wagons powered by cobbled-together petrol engines, and ride the tracks through the countryside. You’ll pass through bucolic landscapes, green rice paddies and villages, creating a unique and authentic experience.
    For an artistic touch, explore the Phare Ponleu Selpak district, a vibrant cultural center where talented artists dazzle you with contemporary circus performances and art exhibitions. Attend a spellbinding show where acrobatics, dance and theater combine to tell moving and captivating stories.

  • Banlung

    ituated in the province of Ratanakiri, this enchanting destination offers a timeless getaway and a deep connection with nature. From spectacular waterfalls to traditional villages, coffee plantations and outdoor adventures, every moment spent in Banlung is an awakening of the senses.
    Your first stop is the Kachanh and Cha Ong waterfalls. Immerse yourself in lush nature and be mesmerized by the power of water rushing through crystal-clear pools. Continue your exploration to the volcanic lake of Yeak Laom, a natural wonder nestled in the heart of a crater formed thousands of years ago. Dive into its turquoise waters for a soothing swim or take a peaceful stroll around the lake, listening to the birdsong.
    For an unforgettable cultural encounter, visit the indigenous villages of the Tampuen and Kreung ethnic minorities. Share a moment with the locals, discover their traditional way of life and learn more about their customs and traditions.
    The adventure continues with the discovery of the region’s coffee plantations. Let yourself be guided through the green hills and learn all about coffee cultivation, from picking the beans to roasting. Last but not least, don’t miss the Virachey National Park, an unspoilt nature reserve home to exceptional biodiversity.

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