Cambodia has become one of the popular tourist destinations today and the Cambodia tour package abounds with many temptations. Unlike many other places, it is not much developed and travelers eager for a more rustic and traditional feel will find it here. It is incredibly rich in history in the form of heritage such as Angkor and Preah Vihear will appear early. The sheer scale of these magnificent places will stop your breath. Nevertheless, the country has more than its share of bloodshed and sites like Killing Fields are reminiscent of its recent dark past. With its historical and cultural aspects, contemporary Cambodia offers visitors a lot to see and shopping malls and markets entice you to take home souvenirs, curios, and fashionable items.
You can sit down for a snack at one of the many cafes with distinctive French decor and bar-hopping on Siem Reap’s Pub Street. There are many trekking trek spots and biking trails as well as national parks that you should not miss. Food lovers looking for an unforgettable gastronomical experience should not be disappointed; This is where you can feast on traditional Cambodian fare with a touch of French mixed essentials.
Depending on the country you are in, you can find Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese influences. If you can’t wait to explore this amazing country, start planning your trip today. We have compiled some important knowledge and tips to remember your holiday.
If the adventure and the contrast of culture and history excite you and your partner, then visit Cambodia Honeymoon Destination Tour for an experience to remember for life. With an epic history engraved in its war memorials and ancient temples, here is an exciting opportunity to explore the historical culture of this pearl of South-East Asia.
Apart from captivating ancient wonder, Cambodia has heaps of adventure-filled forests, gorgeous sandy islands, vibrant cities and stylish accommodation that make it one of the world’s most exciting honeymoon destinations. If you are looking for a place that lets you enjoy some peaceful moments with your beloved while the sun, sea, and sand form a romantic backdrop for you, then Cambodia is paradise! With some uninhabited serene islands, here is a chance to sunbathe on a different beach every day.
Things to do in Cambodia
Cambodia has it all. From postcard perfect islands, Tarzan-worthy forests and ancient temples, to its rich culture and warm people. Here are 10 top experiences to tick your list during your time in the Kingdom of Wonder.
Visit Angkor Archaeological Park
Your visit to Cambodia is incomplete without stopping at Angkor Archaeological Park. The massive UNESCO World Heritage Site is associated with hundreds of ancient temples, religious structures and the crumbling relics dating back to the Khmer Empire. Angkor Wat, Bayon, and Ta Prohm are the main draws, attracting thousands of tourists daily.
However, their attraction comes largely with the downside of tourism. To the point of being unbearable at times during peak seasons, these three sites are crowded. However, a simple shake-up for your itinerary can make it easier. For example, the typical trail begins with sunrise at Angkor Wat, which spends a few hours exploring before heading to Bayonne and then Ta Prohm. Do things a little differently and you may be able to find a piece of peace.
Discover true Cambodia
Rural Cambodia is the real Cambodia. It is in the rural areas of the state that visitors will arrive in warm hospitality Cambodians, famous for stunning natural landscapes and slow pace of life.
Thankfully, it is easy to escape from the city, with more than 85 percent of Cambodia in the rural landscape. If you are spending a few days in Phnom Penh, then head to Koh Dach (also known as ‘Silk Island’). The small island lies in the middle of the Mekong River and despite being about 40 minutes from the capital, it feels a million miles away. Here, time takes still agriculture and silk weaving are the main wealth-makers. Rent a tricycle and cycle through traditional villages, stopping for a refreshing coconut on the way.
Trek through the Jungle
Cambodia is home to the Cardamom Mountains of Southeast Asia’s largest rainforest. While the past few decades have seen the forest being razed by illegal loggers and poachers, enormous efforts are now underway to preserve the endangered and rare wildlife that call the forest home.
Cardamom takes several treks for the adventurous traveler who wants to explore this rugged terrain. These vary in length, difficulty, and location, depending on what you are doing. It is well remembered that this forest is a real tropical forest. There are no hospitals nearby, there are scary insects, snakes, and spiders, and you will be ready to eat what mosquitoes have prepared.
Sail along the mighty Mekong
The Mekong River is a Southeast Asian icon, which passes through six countries as it makes its way from Tibet to Vietnam. In Cambodia, it enters the northeastern province of Stung Treng from Laos, passing through Phnom Penh for Vietnam.
Trans-country cruises are available that take on a mix of countries from Laos to Cambodia and Vietnam or along the Mekong. These span several days or a few weeks, depending on the itinerary.
Alternatively, a sunset cruise with the Mekong is a must-have in Phnom Penh. In the evening, the Mekong and Tonle Sap Rivers burn with boats of varying sizes, hitting the water as they hover over an evening of water. Many include eating and drinking options. Kanika boat is a popular option. Of course, if there is a group of you, there is the option of renting a private boat, which brings with you your own boat and refreshments and does solo sailing.
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