Temples, Tonle Sap, and Time Trave



Cambodia offers visitors a unique opportunity to travel back in time. Its breathtaking temples at Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom date back over 600 years to the height of the powerful Khmer Empire. Sprawling over 400 square miles, these massive stone structures are one of the most iconic sights in Southeast Asia, transporting viewers to Cambodia’s imperial past.

Beyond Angkor’s red sandstone lies the magnificent Tonle Sap Lake. Twinned with the Mekong River, this vast inland body of water sees its area expand up to tenfold during the rainy season. To witness this natural phenomenon, visit floating villages constructed entirely on boats. Be immersed in traditional ways of life little changed for generations.

From the architecture of antiquity to rural communities existing in near isolation, Cambodia gives travellers a window into its deeply rooted traditions. Wildlife also thrives here, with over 320 bird species and rare freshwater dolphins. For relaxation, take a boat to picturesque beaches on the Gulf of Thailand. Dine on hearty Khmer specialties in Phnom Penh or Siem Reap’s buzzing restaurants.

Contact us to book your tour of Cambodia’s iconic temples, floating villages and unspoiled natural wonders.

Cambodia: Essential Information and Fun Facts

Visa requirements for Cambodia are straightforward for citizens of most countries. Tourist visas are readily obtainable upon arrival and e-visas provided in advance are another option. While the process is simple, the rules periodically change. Our team makes it their business to stay up to date on any visa requirement evolutions – reach out to our specialists, they’ll manage all visa and travel details from start to finish.
Cambodia’s tropical climate averages 75-95°F year-round. The dry season from November to April sees less rain and smaller crowds, providing optimal conditions for sightseeing. June to October brings higher rainfall but lush landscapes.
Cambodia is home to Angkor Wat, one of the largest religious monuments in the world, which was built during the height of the powerful Khmer Empire in the 12th century. One fun fact is that Cambodia has over 1,000 species of spiders, but only 10 are believed to be dangerous to humans. Additionally, this country is one of the top producers of bamboo worldwide.
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