Uncover the best of Cambodia, from Phnom Penh's bustling markets, elegant architecture and somber reminders of the Khmer Rouge-era, to Siem Reap's fascinating temples of Angkor. Visit a landmine museum to learn more about what's being done to eradicate them, cruise the Tonle Sap to witness local fishing communities in action, and enjoy Siem Reap's great dining and shopping scenes.
Siem Reap and Angkor Wat
Get off the beaten track at Angkor Wat with a pre-dawn arrival through its lesser used east gate. Explore the temple by torchlight then enjoy a magical sunrise over the temple. Discover intricate carvings inside the temple, before exploring the rest of the complex by tuk-tuk, including the Bayon and Ta Prohm, which has been partially enveloped by nature. Unwind at your pool or explore Khmer cuisine at one of Siem Reap's fabulous eateries.
Get to know Cambodia's dynamic capital, Phnom Penh, with its bustling markets and beautiful remnants of French-colonial architecture. Learn more about Cambodia's history at the stunning Royal Palace with its ornate Silver Pagoda, and at the informative National Museum. Hear about Phnom Penh's resurgence from a past passenger, and find out one of the best venues for a sunset cocktail by the river
Cambodian cuisine is heavily influenced by Vietnamese and Thai cooking, with its own local flavor, methods and ingredients. Discover fresh, local herbs, vegetables and seafood in Cambodia's thriving markets. Sample delicious soups, stir-fries, savory salads and curries in the many eateries to be found, from street food stalls to stylish restaurants. Hear impressions of the local cuisine from some past passengers, and our resident Cambodia expert.
Our Accommodation in Cambodia
Learn about the accommodation options used by Travel Indochina, which are always centrally-located and often walking distance from key sites, restaurants and shopping venues. Find out what some of our past passengers have to say about their accommodation experiences, and discover one of our recommended hotels in Siem Reap, featuring one of the city's largest swimming pools.