Lush jungles and mountains, white sand beaches, tribal people and awe-inspiring sites.
Lush jungles and mountains, white sand beaches, tribal people and awe-inspiring sites. Cambodia is raw, alive, beautiful and challenging, never taking you far from the feeling that you’re a part of history in the making, not merely an observer.
The main attraction of Cambodia is the ancient archaeological ruins of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located outside of Siem Reap. However, the natural beauty of this country extends far beyond Angkor and includes virgin forests, waterfalls, and remote hill-tribe villages. In the north-eastern provinces, the rugged landscapes of Ratanakiri, Kratie & Mondulkiri make this a rewarding adventure and ecotourism destination. The southern region’s coastline earns popularity for the tropical islands of Koh Rong and remote beach towns like Kep, while the eccentric capital city of Phnom Penh is the business and historical hub of the country. Although Cambodia is one of the less developed countries in the region, this only allows for more adventure and off-the-beaten-track activities that really take you under the surface of this fascinating country.
Once the greatest empire in Southeast Asia, Cambodia’s colourful history and diverse sites make it one of the most exciting countries to visit in the region.