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Cambodia has become one of the hottest tourist destinations today and Cambodia tour packages abound with numerous temptations. Unlike many other places, it’s not overly developed and travelers eager for a more rustic and traditional experience will find it here. It’s incredibly rich in history as heritage sites such as Angkor and Preah Vihear will quickly show. The sheer scale of these magnificent places will take your breath away. Yet, the country has also had more than its share of bloodshed and sites like the Killing Fields are a sober reminder of its recent dark past. Alongside its historical and cultural aspects, contemporary Cambodia offers visitors plenty to see and do with shopping malls and markets enticing you to take home souvenirs, curios and trendy fashion items.

You can sit down to a snack at one of several cafés with distinctive French decor and go bar-hopping at Siem Reap’s Pub Street. Fans of the outdoors won’t lack for things to do either. There are several must-visit trekking spots and dirt biking trails as well as national parks you shouldn’t miss. Food lovers looking for an unforgettable gastronomical experience won’t be disappointed; this is where you can feast on traditional Cambodian fare with a touch of French essentials mixed in.

Depending on which part of the country you’re in, you can find cuisine with Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese influences. If you can’t wait to explore this amazing country, start planning your trip today. We’ve compiled a few important must-knows and tips to make your holiday one to remember.

Popular Packages

Package Name Duration Price Rating Details
5 Day Tour of Cambodia 5D 4N ₹ 33300 3.0 star View Details
Cambodia Sightseeing Tour from Bangkok 10D 9N ₹ 63210 3.0 star View Details
Cycling Tour to Angkor Temples in Cambodia 7D 6N ₹ 60488 3.0 star View Details
Jungle Trekking Tour in Community Protected Forest at Banlung 3D 2N ₹ 15310 4.0 star View Details
Jungle Trek in Veun Sai-siem Pang at Cambodia 2D 1N ₹ 19052 4.0 star View Details
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    5 Day Tour of Cambodia
    Siem Reap
    d5 Days n4 Nights

    About the ActivityEmbark on a fun and insightful tour of Cambodia on this 5 day 4 night trip.The tour starts on arrival at Siem Reap and ends at departure from Phnom Penh.The tour covers the best of Cambodia including the revered Angkor Wat temple, sightseeing of Angkor ...

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    Cambodia Sightseeing Tour from Bangkok
    d10 Days n9 Nights

    About the Activity:Cambodia unveils  lot of historically important sights as well as its beaches, streets, nightlife, villages and much more with this 10 day guided tour starting from Bangkok.Visit Siem Reap to enjoy the amazing beauty of the ruins of Angkor Wat temple, ...

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    d7 Days n6 Nights

    About the Activity:Fixed departure: 07-10-2016, 16-12-2016Indulge in this 7 day long classic cycling tour of Angkor, an ancient city of Cambodia and get a whiff of the history of this beautiful country.Cycle through the vibrant French colonial mansions; this is an easy r...

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    d3 Days n2 Nights

    About the Activity:Embark on this amazing jungle trek amidst the serene scenery of Cambodia.Start your tour from Banlung at 8.30 AM in the morning.Travel via motorbike or jeep to the Northern Banlung area and start sailing on the Sesan river via ferry to reach the tribal...

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    Veun Sai
    d2 Days n1 Night

    About the Activity:Delight in this amazing trekking expedition to Banlung that enables you to enjoy the wild natural beauty of this region.Trek through beautiful tiny hamlets, tea estates, rice paddies, lush-green thickets – rivet in this amazing trek that provides you w...

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    Phnom Penh
    d9 Days n8 Nights

    About the Activity: Indulge yourself in this exciting cycling tour of 9 days and 8 nights trip from Phnom Phenh to Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Fun thrill and excitement is all what you find in this new program and a combine cycling trips with local boat cruise through Mek...

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  • d10 Days n9 Nights

    Departure DatesThere's a magic about this charming yet confounding kingdom that casts a spell on visitors. In Cambodia, ancient and modern worlds collide to create an authentic adventure.This motorcycle tour allows you to experience the true essence of Cambodia. You will...

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  • d7 Days n6 Nights

    About the Activity:Fixed departure: EverydayEnjoy the charming beauty of Mekong Delta in Vietnam and some famous cultural sites of Cambodia with this 7 day tour package.Start the trip by spending ample time in the Mekong delta which is known as Vietnam's rice basket.Depa...

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Lazy Beach, Koh Rong Saloem

Lazy beach, just like its name, makes everyone lazy by giving a perfect and cosy weather. It is considered as one of the best tropical hideaways. The picturesque view of this beach makes it very romantic and a hot honeymoon destination. There are beautiful resorts and tourist bungalows that face the beach. These are booked well in advance. This beach is also quite secluded making it more peaceful and serene for tourists who want to have a good time during their vacation.

Location --
Phum Buon, Krong Preah Sihanouk, Cambodia.

Special features -
The sands of the beach are a unique mixture of gold and silver with fine texture, thus making it one of the best attributes of the beach. The bungalows that provide scenic view of the beaches are quite costlier than their other counterparts; however it is worth every dime. Beach activities can be done from 9AM to 8.30PM on all days. 

Wat Ek Phnom

When you are visiting Battambang, you must visit this beautiful architecture marvel, built in traditional Khmer style. This is a Hindu temple, which shows its class even in its dilapidated form.

Highlights – Constructed by King Suryavarman I during the 11th century, the remnants of the temple can be accessed through a huge Buddhist pagoda, circled by 18 Bodhi trees. This pagoda, in turn, can be accessed through a path that also houses the massive white-stoned Buddha statue. The bas-reliefs found on the remnants of this temple relate to tales pertaining to the Hindu God, Krishna. Intricately carved lintels and pediments are the major highlights here.

– Situated close to Peam Aek spot, towards the left bank of River Sangkae, about 13km towards the north of Battambang.

Timings – All through the day.

Price – USD2 entry fee per person.


Sammaki Art Space

Battambang is one of those places in Cambodia which gives importance to art and culture. Sammaki Art Space is a venue which promotes and documents free art forms from budding and famous artists from all over the world.

Highlights – In the Khmer language, Sammaki means unity. If you are a art lover visit Battambang during the times of Angkor Art Expo. This is a single platform where you will get to witness art forms of all types. Come here to witness the developing relationship between local and international artisans in Battambang. The art scene in Battambang witnesses various galleries featuring exhibitions from local and international artisans.

Location – Battambang.

 Timings – Any time through the year.

 Entry fee – Depends on the art galleries.


Battambang Provincial Museum

Angkor in Cambodia is known to the world as one of the hubs in art and crafts, pottery, music, culture and heritage. If there is one place where you can witness these exotic collections in one place it is the Battambang Provincial Museum.

 Highlights – This museum was constructed during 1963 by Madeleine Giteau. It is a repository of collections that include various musical instruments, pottery, art forms, 1000 year old Khmer relics, artefacts and other evidences that have been left from the atrocious rule of Khmer Rouge that lasted between 1975 and 1979. All the collections found in this museum belong to pre and post Angkorian era. The museum has labels in English, French and the local Khmer language for the benefit of visitors coming here.

Location – Kamkor Village, Battambang Province towards Western Cambodia.

Timing – 8AM to 11AM and 2PM to 5.30PM.

Price – Entry fee of USD1 applicable only for foreign tourists.


Battambang Bat caves

When you visit Battambang, one of the places that you just cannot afford to miss is the bat caves at the base of Mount Sampeou. This is one of the top most tourist attractions here, which is why you can spot many foreigners around these caves. They are also known as Killing Caves.

Highlights – Bats, as we know, are nocturnal birds. Every evening, especially after sunset, you can witness thousands of bats fly out these caves into the woods nearby. You can continue to watch this spectacle for about 40 minutes, as that’s the time required for all the bats to fly out. However, it is best to leave within ten minutes, if you don’t want to put your lives at risk. There lots of bikes available to take you to the top of the mountain and back to the base at the evening, just in time for bat-spotting.

– Battambang.

– Only in the evenings

– Around USD3 for trekking up the hill. 

White Elephant Pagoda (Wat Tahm-rai-saw)

This is one of the most important tourists spots in Battambang. Dedicated to Lord Buddha, this temple blows away the minds of tourists with its excellent architecture. Compared to the other Angkor temples in Cambodia, this is quite a new temple, as it was constructed in the mid of 19th century. However, certain parts of the temple are slowly getting destroyed.

– White Elephant Pagoda, also known as Wat Tahm –rai-saw, is a temple which has huge, life-size sculptures of white elephants carrying portraits of a prince, as depicted in the story of Lord Buddha. This is one of the modern temples that need to be visited for the sheer architectural brilliance employed here.

– Battambang, Cambodia.

– Open throughout the day, but best visited during day light.

Price – Admission is free of cost.


Serendipity Beach, Sihanoukville

Serendipity beach is one of the popular beaches of Cambodia and a must- visit place for anyone who happens to visit Cambodia during their vacation. Like many other beaches, this too has restaurants bordering it through the length. Capitalising on its popularity, many restaurant owners have strategically placed their restaurants here in order to improve business, attract more tourists and thereby mint more money.

Location – Sihanoukville, Cambodia.

Special features -
The beach has really fine sand that goes well with the colour of the crystal clear water. The restaurants that are bordering the beach have their beach beds lined up in the shores of the beach where their own customers can rest and enjoy the beach and its scenic view and also the breezy weather that prevails in the beach. 

Cambodia - Koh Rong

There are lots of small and big islands in Cambodia and Koh Rong is one of the most important of them. It is replete with white sands, pristine waters, palm groves, resorts, hotels and small villages which are inhabited by local Cambodians who blow away tourists with their local lifestyle and cuisine.

– There are close to 4 villages and over 12 guesthouses and bungalow style accommodations here to cater to tourists who come here in large numbers. This is a perfect spot for vacationing as you will not be disturbed by traffic or internet here. Enjoy relaxing moments and bask in nature’s glory at its best when you come here. It is the second biggest island in Cambodia.

– 25km from the Sihanoukville Coast in the Gulf of Thailand.

– Can be visited anytime during the year.

– Costs around USD10 for a boat ride to Koh Rong from Sihanoukville.

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What You Should Know More About Tours in Cambodia

  • Q. What are the top attractions on a sightseeing tour in Cambodia?

    The will try to include as many of the top tourist hotspots as possible. Historical sites, ruins and monuments head the list. No matter which package you choose, make sure they include at least half of these sites –

    • Angkor Wat
    • Ta Prohm
    • Angkor Thom
    • Bayon
    • Phnom Bakheng
    • Beng Mealea
    • Royal Palace, Phnom Penh
    • Preah Vihear Temple
    • Banteay Srei
    • Ta Som
    • Koh Ker
    • Preah Khan
    • Terrace of the Elephants
    • Wat Phnom
    • Kbal Spean
    • Ta Keo
    • East Mebon
    • Terrace of the Leper King
    • Wat Lanka
    • Temple of the Lotus Blossoms
    • Tonle Sap Lake
    • Independence Monument
    • Angkor National Museum
    • Siem Reap War Museum
    • Cambodian Landmine Museum
    • Angkor Panorama Museum
    • Choeung Ek Genocidal Center

  • Q. Which are the best pilgrimage tours in Cambodia?

    The tour packages always include a visit to ancient sacred sites. The top destination is Angkor Wat, a massive temple complex of 160 hectares that’s become the face of Cambodia today. Wat Phnom is another sacred site and is also the tallest religious structure in Phnom Penh, the country’s capital.

    The Preah Vihear Temple in Preah Vihear was an important center of pilgrimage too. It’s located on the Dangrek Mountain Range and has a terrific view of the surroundings.

  • Q. Which are the best areas for a food tour in Cambodia?

    Feasting on Cambodian food is one of the highlights of any visit to this stunning country no matter the tour package you choose. If you’re here to eat (among other things) a food tour will introduce you to all the flavours of Cambodia. A tour of Siem Reap will open up a world of culinary delights that are a mix of Cambodian and French influences.

    If you’re in Phnom Penh, a tour of the morning markets is how you should start your day. Do try babaw, a humble yet delicious and nourishing breakfast that people here love to feast on.

  • Q. Which are the localities for shopping in Cambodia?

    A visit to Cambodia is incomplete without some shopping thrown in. Its shopping destinations range from bustling night markets that sell affordable handicrafts and souvenirs to upscale shops and malls where you can pick up an assortment of items like fashion goods and accessories. Here are the best places to splurge –

    • Psar Thmei, Phnom Penh
    • Angkor Night Market, Siem Reap
    • Tuol Tom Poung Market, Phnom Penh
    • Tapang, Sihanoukville
    • Psar Chaa, Siem Reap
    • Rajana Phnom Penh
    • Bric-a-Brac, Battambang
    • Aeon Mall, Phnom Penh
    • Smateria, Siem Reap

  • Q. What are the best nightlife experiences in Cambodia?

    Cambodia has a pretty decent nightlife scene and even if the package don’t necessarily include them as part of the package, you need to take time out to visit them. Take a look at the top nightlife spots in and around the country –

    • Police Beach (party twice a week), Koh Rong
    • Nest Beach Club, Long Set Beach Koh Rong
    • Miss Wong, Siem Reap
    • Picasso Bar, Siem Reap
    • FCC Angkor, FCC Angkor Boutique Hotel, Siem Reap
    • Mezze Lounge & Nightclub
    • The Angkor What?, Siem Reap
    • Maybe Later, Sihanoukville
    • Dolphin Shack, Sihanoukville
    • Five Men Fresh Beer, Sihanoukville
    • Bar From Home, Sihanoukville
    • Eclipse Sky Bar, Phnom Penh
    • Riverhouse The Lounge, Phnom Penh
    • Bar.sito, Phnom Penh
    • Le Bouchon Wine Bar, Phnom Penh
    • Mango Mango Lounge & Pub, Phnom Penh
    • 21 Bar, Phnom Penh

  • Q. Which are the top tours for a cultural experience in Cambodia?

    Immerse yourself in the heritage of the country with cultural experiences. One of the most popular tours you can do is the Angkor Wat tour where you’ll visit the famous temple complex. A tour to the Tonle Sap floating village is another sought-after choice.

    For a lesson on Cambodia’s recent dark history at the hands of the Khmer Rouge, you can do a tour of the Killing Fields and the Genocide Museum.

  • Q. Which are the best cycling tours in Cambodia?

    Slow down your pace and take your time exploring different parts of the country on a cycle with the tour packages. You can start at the capital city of Phnom Penh and visit the Royal Palace, Wat Phnom, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the infamous killing fields of Choeung Ek.

    If ancient history fascinates you, a cycling tour of Siem Reap with attractions like Angkor Wat is perfect.

  • Q. What are the best honeymoon tours in Cambodia?

    Angkor Wat is the most popular attraction in Cambodia and honeymoons that revolve around visits to the vast temple complex are the best romantic Cambodia tour packages. A tour of Siem Reap and Phnom Penh with the last few days in Sihanoukville will help you experience different aspects of the country.

  • Q. What are the top national parks to visit in Cambodia?

    There are several national parks that offer visitors a great opportunity to see native wildlife so try to choose a package that include a visit to them. These are the best parks to visit –

    • Botum Sakor National Park
    • Kep National Park
    • Phnom Bokor National Park
    • Ream National Park
    • Kirirom National Park
    • Phnom Kulen National Park

  • Q. Which are the most popular heritage tours in Cambodia?

    Angkor embodies the Cambodia of old and a visit to this heritage site is included in most popular heritage tours. The Temple of Preah Vihear is next. This 11th century series of sanctuaries boast beautiful stone carvings and the site as a whole is very well preserved.

    Sambor Prei Kuk is another popular heritage site to tour. It dates back to the 7th century and is the location of ancient Ishanapura.

  • Q. Which are the most adventurous trekking tours in Cambodia?

    Banlung is one of the top trekking destinations and outdoor lovers can choose these and include it in the itineraries. Cardamom Mountains is another sought-after region with its dense rainforest.

  • Q. Can I a solo travelling tour in Cambodia? What are the precautions to take?

    Yes, you can travel solo but booking these packages may help you feel safer. Accommodation and dining are taking care of and tourist-friendly destinations are chosen to make your experience more enjoyable. If you’d rather go it alone, keep these points in mind –

    • Cambodia is not as tourist developed as Thailand so facilities are fewer.
    • Stay on the well-trodden path when trekking as there are many undiscovered landmines in rural areas. Hiring a guide is a must.
    • Avoid moving around late at night especially in Sihanoukville and Phnom Penh. Some travelers report being harassed and also being ripped off by tuk tuk drivers. Siem Reap is considered markedly safer for solo travelers.

  • Q. Where are the best dirt biking experiences in Cambodia?

    Siem Reap is the place that offer the dirt biking adventures and cover most of the part of the country. If you want to venture further and fancy a longer tour, head to Cardamom Mountains.

  • Q. Which are the best wildlife experiences in Cambodia?

    There are several great places where you can witness wildlife and you can also book exclusive packages that focus on nature and wildlife experiences. The most popular are Elephant Valley Project, Mondulkiri Project and Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre.