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Siem Reap’s Street Eats

Highlights Travel like a local by tuk tuk off the usual tourist trail. Sample unusual snacks and fruits from alfresco

Sunrise Spiritual and Wellness Morning

Highlights Watch a spectacular sunrise from the ancient Angkor Wat. Cycle to a living temple for meditation and a water

Traditional Arts Workshop and An Iconic Bar

Highlights Learn the graceful art of Cambodian dancing Explore the historic areas in a traditional cyclo Watch the sunset from

The Animist of Cambodian’s Ethnic Minority

Highlights Take a boat trip passing riverside scenes untouched by tourism. Trek through the forest and cool off under a

Explore Morning Local Life by Cyclo

Highlights Explore a typical Cambodian morning market by cyclo. Sample traditional Khmer snacks, desserts and drinks. Offer food and flowers

Evening Foodie Safari by Remork “Tuk Tuk”

Highlights Take a tuk tuk journey through Cambodia’s capital to see the highlights and hidden treasure before and after sunset.

Traditional Arts Workshop and An Iconic Bar

Highlights Learn the graceful art of Cambodian dancing Explore the historic areas in a traditional cyclo Watch the sunset from

Art Insider in Siem Reap

Highlights Enjoy an insider’s look into the flourishing art scene in Siem Reap. Along with an art expert, view artworks

Snaps in Phnom Penh

Highlights Explore a rarely visited area of Phnom Penh on foot. Take photos of the community, along with the wonderful

Casual Sunset Cruise

Highlights A gentle cruise during sunset to enjoy the calm atmosphere on the Mekong River.   Casual Sunset Cruise Transfer

Cycling from Ta Prohm to Banteay Srei

Highlights Cycling from Ta Prohm to Banteay Srei Cycle to the exquisite red sandstone temple of Banteay Srei. Enjoy a

Cambodia Beach Break (4D/3N)

Cambodia Beach Break

Temple Dinner Angkor

Highlights Luxury dining experience at a sacred Angkor temple. Delicious dinner with free-flow wine and traditional Angkor music and the

Storytelling and Insights over Dinner

Highlights Experience unique, informative, interactive and entertaining performances under the stars. Be taken back in time through Cambodia’s turbulent history

Khmer Cuisine Experience

Highlights Learn to cook traditional and authentic home-cooked Cambodian dishes. Select your fresh vegetables and herbs from the organic garden.

Roluos Group by Electric Scooter & Boat Trip at Kampong Phluk

Highlights Explore the ruins of the Roluos temples on an eco-friendly electric scooter. Cruise through Kampong Phluk floating village to

Luxury Camping Under the Stars (2D/1N)

Highlights Venture off the beaten track to discover remote temples of Cambodia. Enjoy cocktails and a romantic dinner by the

Spiritual Tour of Siem Reap

Spiritual Tour of Siem Reap Overview Start the tour at a beautifully decorated shrine containing the statues of two sisters,

Hidden Temples and Countryside by Quad

Highlights Explore Siem Reap rural way of life by quad bike seeing lush rice fields, local farms and house on

A Truly Unique Dinner Experience

Highlights A romantic dinner served in a peaceful countryside venue with candle-lit atmosphere Your local host and private chef will

North East Cambodia Discovery (7D/6N)

Highlights Join elephants in a jungle waterfall to splash and bathe. Swim in the emerald waters of a circular crater

Tuol Sleng Museum with a S21 Survivor

Highlights Learn about a chapter from Cambodia’s more recent history at the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, also known as S-21.

Artist Encounter at Phare Circus

Highlights Meet a talented circus performer over a cocktail and a light snack. Watch an amazing show that is transforming

Private Vespa Tour with an Angkor Born

Highlights Drive through the ancient temples of Angkor on a vintage Vespa accompanied by a former monk and resident of

Art Insider and Cruise

Highlights Get an insight of art scene and the history of Cambodia’s 2nd largest city Enjoy a delectable lunch in

Local Life Discovery on Sangker and Tonle

Highlights Witness the daily life of the river people at close range as you cruise along the Sangker River. Visit

A Perfect Family Day in Angkor

Highlights Have a water blessing morning by a monk at one of the ancient temples of Angkor Thom. Get on

Cambodia: ជាតិ សាសនា ព្រះមហាក្សត្រ ( Nation Religion King)

From laid-back beaches and lush jungles to ancient structures and pristine mountains, Cambodia is a land waiting to be rediscovered.

Visit Siem Reap’s magnificent temples, abandoned centuries ago by the Khmer kingdom and now surrounded by its lush forests. Most famous is the awe-inspiring Ankor Wat – only now starting to reveal its hidden secrets. Ready your camera for the mysterious Ta Phrom, now engulfed by huge tree roots, as well as the giant smiling stone faces of the Bayon temple. With untouched jungles spanning the heart of the country, lush flora and fauna, and a culture untouched by the western world, we have only scratched the surface.

Cambodia is much more than temples. The history of Cambodia is both inspiring and sobering, uplifting and heartbreaking. In Phnom Penh, witness stark reminders of the atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge. This country of 15 million people is still recovering from the Khmer Rouge, which left it in devastation 30 years ago. Be prepared for an emotional journey which will stay with you for years to come.


Phnom Penh


15.76 million



Time Zone

GMT +07:00
(Indochina Time Zone)


220v, 50Hz.



When to Go

Cambodia, like its neighbours, is influenced by the tropical mainland southeast Asian monsoon and has three definable seasons: the dry cool season lasting from November to February; the dry hot season lasting from March to May; and the wet rainy season which lasts from June to October with the rainiest months in September and October, which in turn are also cooler than the previous months.

The best time to experience Cambodia’s splendid tropical beauty and world heritage temples and ruins is in the cool dry months between November and January.

In Cambodia’s cool season, weather is warm yet balmy and during the evenings and nights the temperature drops pleasantly. The cool season is perfect for exploring Cambodia’s numerous cultural and world heritage sites. The hot season arrives in March and brings with it humid high temperatures which last until May or early June when the seasons begin to change and rain arrives. The rainy season is characterised by heavy afternoon rain showers which comes to head in September and October, the months that receive the most rain. The rainy season nourishes Cambodia’s rural life and livelihood as the countries massive inland lake, Tonle Sap, actually influences the directional flow of the Mekong in the rainy season.

Walking shoes for exploring Cambodia’s vast temple complexes is a must and don’t forget a sweatshirt for cool nights as the temperature shift between the heat of the day and the evening can feel quite drastic. Because of Cambodia’s humid tropical climate, plenty of changes of socks and undergarments are encouraged.

Cambodia’s off season in the rainy months between May and October can also be a nice time to go as prices are lower and there are fewer travellers; not to mention the forest and canals near Angkor Wat are full and brimming with life, however be wary of flooding in the rural areas. The hot season may be too hot for some, however the splendid and jovial atmosphere of Khmer New Year or Cambodia’s version of Theravada Buddhist New Year in April aren’t to be missed.

Customs & Traditions

The majority of Khmer art and architecture date from the Angkor period when decoration was influenced by mystical and religious beliefs. All the surviving monuments are built of stone or brick, and all are religious buildings. Common motifs in Khmer sculpture are apsaras, or celestial nymphs who represent the ultimate ideal of feminine beauty at that time. Other motifs are nagas, or sacred aquatic snakes, which play an important part in Hindu mythology.
Temples were designed to represent the cosmic Mount Meru, the home of the gods of Indian cosmology, surrounded by oceans. Angkor Wat, the Cambodian architectural masterpiece

There is a strong tradition of dance in Cambodia, which has its origins in the sacred dances of the apsaras, the mythological seductresses of ancient Cambodia. Dance also became a religious tradition designed to bring divine blessings to the king and his people.
During the Angkor period classical ballet dancers were central to the royal court and followed a very structured form. Folk dancing is less structured, with dancers responding to the rhythm of drums while they act out tales from Cambodian folk stories. The drummer has the most important role in folk music as he sets the rhythm. There is no system of written notation so the tunes are transmitted orally from generation to generation.
Shadow plays are also a popular form of entertainment in the countryside. They are based on stories from the Ramayana, embroidered with local legends and the characters are cut out of leather and often painted.

– In Cambodian culture it is unseemly to show too much emotion so avoid losing your temper over problems and delays.
– You should always take your shoes off when entering a temple or when visiting private houses.
– You should never touch anybody’s head intentionally as it is regarded as a particularly holy part of the body.
– Accordingly, the feet are literally the lowest part of the body so do not point your feet at anybody or at a Buddha image.
– Sensitivity to politically related subjects in conversation is advisable.
– It is polite to ask permission before taking photographs of Cambodians, particularly monks.

Cambodia has a total of approximately 12 million people, 90 percent of whom are Khmers. The Khmer are believed to have lived in the region from about the 2nd century AD and have been influenced over the centuries by the powerful Indian and Javanese kingdoms.
Other ethnic backgrounds include Chinese, Vietnamese, Chams and hilltribes called Khmer Loeu that live in the forested mountain zones, mainly in the north-east. Traditionally they were semi-nomadic and practiced slash and burn agriculture. In recent years increasing numbers have turned to settled agriculture and adopted many of the customs of the lowland Khmer.

Cambodian religions are strongly influenced by early Indian and Chinese cultures. As early as the beginning of the Christian era, most Funan people were followers of Brahmanism (a forerunner of Hinduism). Theravada Buddhism entered the country in the 13th century and was reintroduced as the national religion in 1989.
Today almost 90 percent of the population is Theravada Buddhist and the faith has a large influence on everyday life. At some point during their lives most Cambodian males spend some time in a monastery, and almost every village has a Buddhist temple around which village life centres. Cambodian Buddhism appears an easygoing faith and tolerates the ancestor and territorial spirit worship that is widely practiced.