Cambodia is now very much on the Southeast Asia travel scene, particularly among backpackers and, increasingly, holidaymakers looking for five-star luxury without the price tag. You can’t leave Cambodia without visiting this iconic ancient site, preferably at dawn to watch the sun rise behind Angkor Wat temple itself, a soothing and spectacular experience. Entry to this UNESCO World Heritage Site costs just USD $20 for a full day, although it’s worth paying the USD $40 for three days – there are just too many temples to squeeze into one day and once the midday sun hits you’ll want to take shade, or find some seriously strong air-conditioning.
Cambodia has emerged as a popular holiday destination, home to one of the world’s most impressive archaeological sites, charming and relaxed river towns and gorgeous beaches. Embarking on Cambodia holidays will see you joining the recent tourism boom as adventurous holidaymakers flock to experience the remarkable temples of Angkor, dine on traditional cuisine in the capital Phnom Penh and soak up the sun and clear blue water around Sihanoukville.
There are countless things to do in this diverse country, continually switching from charming and tranquil towns and villages, to bustling and forward-thinking cities, and from temple fortress to sand-filled islands – loved by backpackers and frequented by tour groups; holidays to Cambodia are quickly becoming features of many a traveller’s wish list.
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