Beside the renowned temples of Angkor, the country’s top attraction, where the mystical Ta Phrom is a highlight and best visited at dawn, Cambodia’s rich culture and complex history offers plenty of things to do and see. While the capital Phnom Penh is shedding light on the brutality of the Khmer Rouge, the floating villages on the Tonle Sap lake provide a glimpse into a highly traditional way of life. Cambodia’s annual Water Festival that takes place on the city’s riverfront, with boat races, food outlets and fireworks creating uplifting experience. 

Ideas for experiencing Cambodia

To be welcomed into a local home is an incredible gift, the gift that we’ve received many times through our travels. We want to share the gift with, and show you the authentic ways to get to know Cambodia on every journey you take with us!

Hit the Beaches

Comparing to Vietnam or Thailand where there are islands treasures of its own to show off, Cambodian beaches boast secluded beaches and laid-back atmosphere with perfect sunset. Here is some of the best beaches and islands in the coast of Cambodia.

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Apsara Dance Performance

Apsara dance performance, the traditional dance of Khmer people, was originated from Hinduism and performed by Apsara fairies to entertain Gods. During the Angkor era, Apsara was an indispensable performance at every occasion honoring Hinduism Gods.

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Sunset Cruise on Mekong River

As Cambodia’s capital is located at the point where the Tonle Sap and Mekong River meet, a late afternoon cruise to experience the confluence of the country’s mighty rivers can be a nice end to a day exploring Phnom Penh.

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Local Markets & Khmer Cooking Class

Exploring traditional Cambodian cuisine is one of my favorite things to do in Siem Reap. Because if you love food you will love a Khmer cooking class experience, which showcases the flavors and techniques of the Khmer’s 3000-year-old cuisine.

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Explore Tonle Sap Lake

The Tonle Sap Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, home to more than three million Cambodians living one stilted-houses, 90% of them live on catching fish and making agricultures. Let's explore the incredible life of the fishermen in their villages.

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Temples at Leisure

Located in the northwest of Cambodia, Siem Reap is the gateway to the Angkor temples and the ancient world of the Khmer Empire. Our Temples at Leisure explores this UNESCO World Heritage Site, visiting the most remarkable temples in this Hindu-Buddhist temple complex.

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Phnom Penh City Tour

Once known as the “Pearl of Asia”, Phnom Penh is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the region. This capital city of Cambodia continues to retain its colonial charm, the colonial-era buildings and wide tree-lined boulevards reflect these glorious days.

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