Cambodia holiday is the gateway to explore Cambodia's rich culture, history, friendly people, great cuisine, thousand Buddhist temples, pristine white sand beaches and enigmatic tropical rain forests. Travelling to Cambodia, travelers have chance to explore a lot of beautiful places. And in this article we would like to suggest clients the most highlights of Cambodia travel.
• The temples of Angkor in Siem Reap
The temples of Angkor, just a few miles north of Siem Reap, They are the most enormous, most impressive and most important attraction not only in Cambodia tour but also in the Southeast Asia.
The temples were built between the 9th and 14th centuries by a succession of god-kings and consist of 100 or so religious monuments that formed the heart of the ancient Khmer civilization
Traveling to Siem Reap, clients should stay here at least 3 nights to visit the most important temples which are Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, The Bayon, Preah Khan and Ta Phrom and beautiful Tone Sap Lake.
Battambang is the second largest city in Cambodia, it is located in a rich and fertile plain. The Sangker River flows through the town centre, which is filled with interesting, if dilapidated, colonial architecture. A very relaxed place to visit Battambang offers access to numerous pre-Angkorian and Angkorian sites and some of the most interesting are the 7th century Wat Toul Baset, 11th century Wat Ek and 10th century Phnom Banon which sits on the top of a hill and affords great views of the surrounding countryside.
Kep, also known as Kep-sur-Mer, it is located 15 miles from Kampot. This beautiful coastal area was once the favorite holiday spot for Cambodia’s French-influenced elite at the turn of the 19th century with so many luxurious villas were built during the French colonial period. Kep is on the rise due to its popularity with day trippers from Phnom Penh who come for relax on the nice bech and enjoy the fresh seafood.
• Sihanouk ville
Sihanouk ville is the most famous beach in Cambodia, it’s not the place for a peaceful break as clients will be surrounded by loud construction and louder party-seekers. Head instead to one of the unspoiled nearby islands, such as Koh Rong, for true rustic luxury: a hut, a hammock and a cocktail in hand.