Cambodia, home of timeless architectural treasures and mystical Khmer’s temples, is truly a magnet to world visitors with its gracious smile of saffron-robed monks and friendly hospitality of villagers living along the Mekong River.
Immerse yourself in the glory of the Khmer Empire when you travel to Cambodia with Incense Travel, take in unique cultural interactions and insider experiences on our Cambodia luxury vacations.
In Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital, visit the French Quarter and the Buddhist temple of Wat Phnom. Learn about the Cambodian history at the Royal Palace and Cambodia National Museum. Then take a sobering tour of the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum and the Killing Fields, once an infamous prison.
Head north to explore mysterious Khmer temples in Siem Reap, the heart of Cambodia. Visit the Angkor Wat, the crown jewel of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor. See the massive south gate of the Angkor Thom, the Leper King, the terraces of the Elephants, the enigmatic Bayon temple and the jungle temple of Ta Prohm, which was flourished till 16th century.
Drive through Cambodian scenic rice fields along your way to the remote temple of Banteay Srei, a 10th-century Cambodian temple dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva. While you are in Siem Reap, visit a floating village on the famous Tonle Sap Lake and enjoy the magnificent views from the Phnom Bakheng Hill.
Helicopter flights can also be arranged over the Angkor Temples. Operating out of Siem Reap Airport, Helicopters Cambodia offers flights to remote temples such as Prasat Preah Vihear and Preah Khan, or around Angkor Wat and the temples outside Angkor Thom.
For your accommodations in Phnom Penh, the Raffles Hotel Le Royal is an elegant hotel with 2 outdoor pools and ballrooms and shops. Its elegant Le Royal Restaurant serves modern French cuisine and Royal Khmer cuisine. Almost as famous as the hotel itself, the Elephant Bar is where local residents and visitors alike gather over wine, whisky and cocktails.
In Siem Reap, the Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor is the grandest hotel. Set on 6 hectares of beautifully landscaped French gardens and built around the country’s largest swimming pool, the hotel is a peaceful oasis to which to retreat after exploring the temples of Angkor.
Formerly the guest residence of King Sihanouk, Amansara is offering 24 open-plan suites, including 12 pool suites. All rooms are airy and open-plan, with floor-to-ceiling glass doors opening onto private courtyards and water features. Suite 1 enjoys proximity to both the swimming pool and restaurant. Consider suites 19 or 20 if planning on inhabiting a Pool Suite, as both are also close to the lap pool. Among the original rooms, number 4 has the biggest courtyard.