From the sleepy local villages on the Mekong River, to the bustling cafés and colourful markets of the capital Phnom Penh, Cambodia provides a plethora of memorable experiences for visitors.

"For those seeking ancient culture and history, Cambodia’s World Heritage Site of Angkor, near to the city of Siem Reap, is well worth the pilgrimage."

Surrounded by so many large, dominant neighbouring countries, Cambodia has remained remarkably individual in style, retaining its unique Khmer identity.

Fast earning plaudits that are helping to put its troubled past into the shade, with beaches that are as beautiful, wilds as rugged, cuisine as laudable, and temples as awesome as those of its neighbours Thailand and Vietnam, this is a country that has all the requisites for a stunning and scintillating visit – yet is still so far off the beaten track you’ll be thinking you’ve got it all to yourself.

What you need to know

  • Capital City

    Phnom Penh

  • Time Difference

    GMT +6

  • Best Time to Visit

    Nov-Apr

  • Currency

    Cambodian Riel (US$ widely accepted)

Cambodia

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Choose from the cream of Cambodia’s finest properties.

  • Raffles Le Royal Phnom Penh

    Infused with the history of Phnom Penh itself, and set in the heart of this intoxicating city, Raffles isn’t just an extraordinarily luxurious hotel; it’s also five minutes from the Mekong River Cruise terminal, so is perfect for a pre-or post-cruise stop too.

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  • Belmond La Residence d'Angkor Siem Reap

    On the leafy banks of Siem Reap’s river, and very close to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat, this contemporary yet traditional hotel never imposes itself on its stunning landscape. Oh, and its pool and gardens are resolutely blissful.

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  • Amansara Siem Reap

    True 1960s cool brought bang up-to-date, the sleek modernist architecture of this former royal guest house has been exquisitely restored. But the real highlights are the guided temple excursions by remork (moped-powered trishaws), balloon, or helicopter.​

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  • Song SAA Private Island Koh Rong Archipelago

    Cambodia’s very first private island resort, and as seductive as its name implies, ‘special’ hardly covers this magical place – intimate, luxurious and in complete harmony with all the elements of nature.

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  • Free Nights

    Stay 4 nights for 3 on a breakfast or all-inclusive basis. Valid to 31 Oct 18.​

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  • Room Rate Reduction

    Book 21 days prior to arrival and receive a room rate reduction of up to 10%. Valid to 31 Oct 18.​

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Inside Knowledge

Creating special moments

  1. Take in Temple Town

    Take in Temple Town

    Often side-stepped for the temples of Angkor Wat, Siem Reap is worthy of much attention in itself, with its lovely riverside location, a burgeoning cultural scene, and one of the region’s buzziest dining and drinking scenes.

  2. Hit the Beach

    Hit the Beach

    The port town of Sihanoukville is also Cambodia’s premier beach destination, with miles of powder-white sand stretching around its headland and warm tropical waters. Try the delicious freshly-caught crab and shrimp, too: both local specialities.

  3. Animal Magic

    Animal Magic

    The setting for Colonel Kurtz’s jungle camp in Apocalypse Now, Ratanakiri is one of Cambodia’s most remote and pretty provinces. Home to Virachey National Park, one of the largest protected areas in the country, this is serious trekking country.