Any question?
Home » World » Asia » Cambodia

Trips

Show filters
trips trip
Destination
Duration - nights

Oh oh, it looks like there are no results for the filters you have applied

You can try to expand your preferences a bit

Points of interest

Phnom Penh
Activity image

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh, the bustling capital of Cambodia, is located at the intersection of the Mekong and Tonlé Sap rivers. It was a central place for the Khmer Empire and the French colonialists. On the riverside promenade, surrounded by parks, restaurants, and bars, stands the ornate Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, and the National Museum, which exhibits artifacts from around the country. In the heart of the city is the huge Art Deco-style Central Market.

Koh Rong Samlon
Activity image

Koh Rong Samlon

Koh Rong Samlon is an island off the coast of Sihanoukville in the Asian country of Cambodia. It includes a large heart-shaped bay where crustaceans are raised and with beaches on the northern coast towards Koh Rong.

Activity image

Fluorescent plankton

Besides its paradisiacal beaches, in Koh Rong you can have a natural experience that you will find in few destinations, the bioluminescent plankton. This phenomenon can be appreciated at dusk, one meter underwater on the darkest side of the beach.

Battambang
Activity image

Battambang

Battambang is the capital of the eponymous province of Cambodia and is located in the heart of said province. National Road 5 connects the population with Phnom Penh, which is 291 km away, and with the city of Sisophon to the west, which is 69 km away.

Siem Reap
Activity image

Siem Reap

Siem Reap is a resort city in the northwest of Cambodia and is the gateway to the Angkor ruins, the seat of the Khmer Empire between the 9th and 15th centuries. The vast Angkor complex with intricate stone buildings includes the well-preserved main temple Angkor Wat, which appears on the flag of Cambodia. The Bayon Temple at Angkor Thom features mysterious and giant carved faces.

Activity image

Angkor

Angkor is a region of Cambodia that housed the successive capitals of the Khmer Empire during its period of splendor. The so-called Angkor Empire dominated Southeast Asia, from the Sea of China to the Bay of Bengal, between the 9th and 15th centuries of our era.