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Cambodia Travel Information and Guides
Enchanting archaeological sites like Angkor Wat, its rich history, hilltop temples, charming colonial towns, and tropical beaches make Cambodia an inviting and cheap getaway for intrepid travelers. For a small country, Cambodia encompasses a surprisingly diverse range of terrain and scenery. The coastline is beautiful and blissfully undeveloped compared with some of the region. Inland from the coast lie the Cardamom Mountains, part of a vast tropical wilderness that provides a home to elusive wildlife. The northeast is a world unto itself, with its wild and mountainous landscapes and home to Cambodia’s ethnic minorities. The countryside is the place to be to really feel the rhythm of rural life and timeless landscapes of dazzling rice paddies and swaying sugar palms.
Cambodia has a lot to offer. Below we made our own selection of places we think are definitely worth a visit.
Cambodia's food is often all about the contrasts—sweet and bitter, salty and sour, fresh and cooked. It is a mixture of Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese and even Indian.
You need a visa to travel to Cambodia with a few exceptions. Most visitors to Cambodia require a one-month tourist visa (US$20) which you can receive on arrival at Phnom Penh and Siem Reap airports, and at land borders. One passport-sized photo is required and you will be ‘fined’ US$1 if you don’t have one.
You can also arrange your visa upfront online which cost 37 USD per person. For the latest information have a look here .
Kampong Cham (near Phnom Penh), Cambodia
Pang Na (40 km from Phnom Penh), Cambodia
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Siem Reap, Cambodia