Journey through Cambodia and Laos

For an authentic and enriching exploration of the magnificent region of South East Asia, visit two of the most endearing and overlooked countries in this continent, ...
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21 days

Pure Cambodia

Away from the bustle of city life and commerciality of modern tourism, this pure break tour of Cambodia is a one of a kind essential for ...
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14 days

Honeymoon in Cambodia

Cambodia makes for the perfect honeymoon destination as it offers vistas of pristine landscapes, alluring cultures, all whilst including historical atmosphere as well as getting you ...
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9 days

Family Discovery of Cambodia

Experience a mix of historical discovering, unforgettable sightseeing, adventurous activities and most importantly quality time, as you and your family explore the wondrous nation of Cambodia. ...
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10 days

Cambodia Couple Adventure

Experience your love with one another from the home of ancient Angkor Temples in Siem Reap to the modern hustle and bustle of the Capital city ...
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12 days

Adventure through Cambodia

Get off the beaten track in one of Southeast Asia’s most underrated adventure destinations. Cambodia is the perfect place for tourists thriving to adventure throughout ...
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12 days

Building and Construction Volunteer Project in Cambodia, Samraong

Like getting your hands dirty? Want to help underdeveloped communities? This construction and renovation programme in Cambodia is perfect for you! The main construction site for ...
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Quick Facts


Kingdom of Cambodia


15.14 million


Phnom Penh




Riel (KHR)

Time Zone

UTC +7

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Cambodia has monsoon climate with temperatures ranging from 21°C – 35°C (The average year-round temperature is 27.7°C). Its monsoon season spans from May – October, whilst dry season lasts from November to December . Dry season is the most popular time to visit however rainy season can be incredibly beautiful in Cambodia due to the richer colours that it causes. The rain also can help to make temperatures more pleasant. Post-monsoon season is also a favourite time to visit because of the stunning green countryside

Whilst temperatures do not vary hugely, during the winter the northern parts of the country can be colder.


Buddhism is an important aspect of Khmer cultural and is practiced by 95% of the Cambodian population.


In true Asian style, the staple food in Cambodia is rice whilst fish from the Mekong river plays another major part in Khmer cuisine. You can also expect to find use of noodles, soups, stir-fries, curries and salads and so there is something to suit everyone’s taste.

The French colonial influence can even be seen in the use of toasted baguette with Cambodian red curry.

It has to be said that the Cambodian cuisine is relatively unknown compared to that of Thailand and Vietnam.


By Taxi
Taxis are becoming increasingly popular in Cambodia however there are still very few metered taxis, especially anywhere outside of Phnom penh.

By Cyclo
This are a cheap and practical way to get around in towns/cities. In Phnom Penh, drivers can be flagged down on main roads or found waiting around markets and hotels. You should expect to bargain and set a price before the journey.

By Moto
Motorcycle taxis are a quick and cheap way to get around in a city. Prices may rise at night and like the cyclo, you should expect to bargain and agree on a price before the journey. It should be noted that Cyclo/moto drivers may speak little to no English.

By Rotei Ses
Cart rides are common in the more remote/rural parts of Cambodia

By Bus
Whilst Cambodia has no train service, buses provide a good alternative for the longer distance journeys/ travel into neighbouring countries.

By Plane
Commercial flights connect the main tourist areas in Cambodia

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