Cambodia Touring Days and Tour Activities

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Cambodia is one of the perfect travel destinations in Southeast Asia because of its unspoilt natural beauty, island beaches, friendly locals and cultural heritages especially the remarkable and unrivaled Angkor temple complex if compare to neighboring countries. The splendor of the rich culture still remains seen until the present as the Angkor time left much mysterious Angkor history and its unbeatable architecture as well as the renowned unique masterpieces which makes Siem Reap become the most popular tourist spot among other attractive destinations in the country. Beyond Angkor discovery, Siem Reap offers much more to be explored including bird sanctuary, fascinating countryside with interesting rural villages, Tonle Sap floating villages, National Park of Phnom Kulen Waterfalls, national museums, silk farm, endangered wildlife, elephant sanctuary, jungle adventures and crafted artisan, and workshops. Go further, Phnom Penh Capital attracts hundreds of travelers to explore its historical sites followed by the must-see Royal Palace as if the evening provides a wonderful sight with sunset cocktail from the boat cruise which slowly glides along Phnom Penh’s Riverside while you can consider to see the new vibes of the bustling little China Town in Sihanoukville Or peacefully go for beach escape at Koh Rong Samloem and at other idyllic islands.

When is the best time to visit Cambodia?

Cambodia Weather

Peak seasons fall from the middle of December to the early of January, everything looks busy, hassle and hospitality services are unprecedentedly booked up quickly when most of people start to escape to celebrate Christmas and New Year Eve. However, from November to the end of February is considered as the best period for planning a holiday trip to Cambodia, the weather is pretty good, a bit warm and cold, the surrounding looks green and blue clear sky above. But in the other way around, rainy season (July to middle of October, heavy rain: mid Sep to early Oct) is also nice if you hate to see the crowds and get yourselves widest free spaces at temples, and feel the coldness of windy rain.

From March to June is dry and hot, some sightseeing and tour activities are not available during that period but it is less touristy and it is a special time to join and celebrate Khmer New Year (Songkran) if you’re in 13-16 April.

Angkor Thom

The Significant Angkor Wat and Various Complex

Built in 12th century during powerful Khmer Empire, the marvelous Angkor Wat is widely famed for her unrivaled masterpieces and unique architectures. Listed as one of UNESCO world heritage sites in 1992, Angkor Wat is the major, significant tourist destination which annually attracts more than 2 millions of tourists from over the world to come to visit her majestic complex. Beyond, there are hundreds of ancient temples built across the country but you’re curiously enhanced main temples such South Gate of Angkor Thom, the everlasting smiles of Bayon, intertwined Ta Prohm jungle temple, intricately carved Banteay Srei, Preah Khan and so on.

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Tonle Sap Lake Tour

Tonle Sap – The Great Lake & Floating Villages

Tonle Sap or Great Lake is the most important lake in Cambodia as well as the most extensive freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, supplies fishes to half of the country’s population. Officially listed in 1997 as World UNESCO biosphere reserve, this ecological site is the significant home for many species including rare endangered waterbirds, its inhabitants whose lives rely on aquatic resources and the wetland swamps plus. Tonle Sap annually attracts millions of tourists to see its impressive floating villages of Kampong Phluk, Kompong Khleang, Chong Kneas & Mechrey whose local lives are animated by fishing activities, trading on rowing boats and its unique way to make a living on the water.

Tonle Sap Lake Tours

Cambodia Village Experience Tour

Village Tours & Unique Experiences

These are the fantastic village tours that offer authentic rural activities and make it unique experience in your trip to Cambodia, and you will leave Cambodia with meaningful and memorable. Your participant and getting involved with local people is a special part of responsible tourism which gives back to the locals. From combining Tonle Sap floating village and oxcart ride, traditional water blessing makes you believe to bring a good luck to life while oxcart ride and the rural activities bring you a day in a life and learn about Cambodian lifestyle, and its friendly culture.

Village Experience Tours

Wildlife and Elephant Tours

Wildlife & Kulen Elephant Experiences

There are a lot of interesting things to do and explore in Siem Reap aside from the significant Angkor Archaeological Park and The Great Lake of Tonle Sap floating villages. Ideally combine a full day adventure with wildlife sanctuary “Angkor Center for Conservation of Biodiversity”, jungle hill trekking and together beautiful red-pink sandstone temple of Banteay Srei will make your day worth a visit. Or spend your lovely time with retired elephants at Kulen camp where you get understanding the way of elephants live, play and roam as well as knowing how they are being well taken care mostly through their natural habitat, observing their relationships and behaviors.

Wildlife & Elephant Tours

Explore Phnom Penh by Boat Cruise

Explore The Vibes of Phnom Penh Capital

The bustling capital as well as the commercial hub of Cambodia, situates at the conjunction of the Mekong, Tonle Sap River and Tonle Bassac, Phnom Penh features the significant cultural and historical Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, National Museum and religious Wat Phnom that was built atop the hill in the heart of the capital. In the deep sadness, the killing field of Choeung Ek and the transformed Tuol Sleng museum (S21 Prison) attract hundreds of tourists to witness its tragic sites before continuing to stroll around Tuol Tompoung (Russian market) for happy shopping and have some highlights of the daily capital activities with stopping at independent monument, yellow post office, local markets, active pagodas or at an art museum. The fresh riverside gives a pleasant walk overlooking Tonle Sap & Mekong as if taking picturesque photos of Royal Palace which should not be missed out. Along the riverfront, there are busy café, interesting boutique shops, restaurants, urban hotels and colonial buildings while at the other sides fulfill of colorful restaurants & bars which make the nightlife more cheerful.

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