A small country with a large persona, Cambodia boasts a strong historical presence. Once the seat of one of Asia’s most magnificent early civilisations, the mighty Khmer Empire of Angkor, the country’s legendary temples continue to attract travellers from afar.
Step away from the temples, dotted with orange-robed monks, and you will find that much of Cambodia remains refreshingly unexplored. Discover charming villages and quiet towns, such as Siem Reap with its central market and delightful atmosphere. Largely rural, Cambodia’s memorable landscapes are an undoubted highlight, with beautiful stilted wooden houses set amid a patchwork of rice paddies and sugar palms, the mighty Mekong River and great Tonle Sap Lake, remote forested highlands and idyllic islands and beaches of the south.
Home to world-famous sights, including Angkor Wat, the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda plus endless crumbling ruins and temples, Cambodia offers an explosion of culture and charm. As the blood-red sun sets on this remarkable country, wherever you are you are sure to get lost in the atmosphere, from immersing in a deluge of deliciousness on every street corner to interacting with friendly locals and retreating to resorts that
provide the perfect base for your adventures.
Shinta Mani Wild
This exciting new conservation project designed by Bill Bensley lies deep within one of the greatest wilderness areas of South East Asia, where three of Cambodia’s oldest and most important parks, Kirirom, Bokor and Cardamom, ma [...]View Hotel
Song Saa Private Island
The untouched archipelago of Koh Rong is home to two beautiful islands. Lying side by side, the islands are known locally as Song Saa, translated to mean ‘the sweethearts’. Spanning the islands of Koh Ouen and Koh Bong, which [...]View Hotel
Formerly the guest residence of King Sihanouk, Amansara offers guests a chance to stay in boutique luxury while exploring the amazing sights and attractions nearby, including world-renowned Angkor Wat, Bayon and Banteay Srei. Stay [...]View Hotel