If you’ve got an insatiable appetite for spicy Southeast Asian food, fried spiders, and a tonnes of temple-watching, then you’ve come to the right place: Cambodia.
There’s more to Cambodia than Angkor Wat. But let’s face it, if you were dropped on earth for a day and that was the place you were dropped, you’d think earth was pretty incredible place to be Lara Croft.
Temples are just the tip of the Cambodian iceberg. In Sihanoukville it’s all about beaches and islands and unplugging from the world. In Kampong Cham you’ll find yourself cycling over bamboo bridges while you talk about baguettes and fried spiders.
In Phnom Penh, you’ll get an insight into the country’s troubled past and in Siem Reap you’ll get one of the best foot massages you’ve ever had. Cambodia is wild jungles, sleepy beaches, insane temples, shocking history and brag-about-forever food rolled into one little package.
Cambodia travel highlights
See Angkor Wat at sunrise
“Angkor what?” said no one ever. Have your mind blown by the architecture and beauty of this famous Khmer temple complex
Hoon around Phnom Penh in a cyclo
Royal palaces and silver pagodas, old-world charm and new-world traffic – Phnom Penh is, well, rather phenomenal
Choose from miles of sandy beaches in Sihanoukville
Warm weather and warmer locals make Sihanoukville (named after the Cambodian royal family) a great place to chill for a few days
Cambodia tour reviews
Our Cambodia trips score an average of 4.8 out of 5 based on 254 reviews in the last year.
Ultimate Cambodia, July 2016
Chathra Pasdunkorale Arachchige
Ultimate Cambodia was one of the best trips I've ever been on. It is 100% safe, the tour guide is amazing and Cambodian people and food are two of my favourite things right now. The long bus rides are tiring but its all part of the culture. Make use of your free days there to just mingle with the locals, find cool restaurants and go shopping in the central markets! All the temples and villages are beautiful. Home-stay is challenging for those who aren't used to squat toilets or camping but its cool, that's just one night, you'll survive haha. Always bargain with the tuk tuk drivers and have bug spray. If you haven't been to a third world country before Cambodia will be a cultural shock but you'll come to love the country so just enjoy Cambodia's unique charm!
Review submitted 19 Jul 2016
Ultimate Cambodia, June 2016
An amazing experience with great people and an awesome tour leader. Make sure to budget extra travel money for all the local food. The only trouble will be deciding what to eat as you will be spoiled with choice!
Review submitted 18 Jul 2016
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