Cambodia tours

If you decide to join one of our Cambodia tours then you are guaranteed a fascinating and wonderful trip. Cambodia is a kingdom in Southeast Asia and along with Vietnam and Laos, formed part of the so-called Indochina. Cambodia has an area of 180,000 km2, the smallest of the three countries, but still nearly five times as large as the Netherlands for example. The fascination of Cambodia is wrapped up in its rich history and impressive buildings. The beauty of the country lies in the rainforests and mangroves, beautiful beaches, rivers and lakes and the considerable elevation that you’ll be taken to during your Cambodia travels.

The Hindu temple of Angkor Wat is one of the architectural wonders of the world. It is the largest multi-floored temple in mainland Southeast Asia and the atmosphere is almost magical! While on a tour in Cambodia you will encounter the equally impressive Killing Fields. Choeung Ek was one of the many killing fields in Cambodia. These ‘fields of death’ date from the time of the Khmer Rouge, the military wing of the Communist Party which was in power between 1975 and 1979. Within this relatively short period, almost 2 million people and children were cruelly put to death. Obviously, this reign of terror ensured that the number of tourists deciding to visit decreased considerably. Tourism in Cambodia picked up in the nineties when more and more people begun to travel in Cambodia. The friendly population happily receives tourists with open arms and the impressive culture and beautiful nature of the country make a trip through Cambodia simply unforgettable!

The majority of the population speaks Khmer but in tourist areas you can often get by ok with English. During your travels in Cambodia see different markets, mosques, temples and museums. The hustle and bustle of the city contrasts with the tranquility that the more rustic places provide, such as the lovely beaches at Koh Kong and Sihanoukville where you can enjoy the glorious sunshine in peace.

Experience the versatility of this beautiful country during one of our wonderfully varied Cambodia tours!

Country info Cambodia

  • Background information
  • Festivals Cambodia
    As in many Asian countries, Cambodia holds sacrificial festivals. The three-day festival of Bonn Chaul Chnam (the New Year) is celebrated in April and also marks the end of th
  • Tipping Cambodia
    Tipping advice in Asia varies. In most countries, including Cambodia, it is not essential but most appreciated. For waiters, luggage porters, chambermaids, coach drivers, taxi
  • Weather and climate Cambodia
    Climate: Cambodia has a tropical monsoon climate with two rainy periods. In the summer, from June to October the southwest monsoon prevails and the humidity is high. Especial
  • Population Cambodia
    Cambodia has about 13 million inhabitants. It has recently experienced rapid growth as it looks to rebuild following on from the devastation left from the reign of the Khmer R
  • Landscape Cambodia
    Cambodia is 181,035 km ², one of the smallest countries of Southeast Asia and is almost circular. In the north, Cambodia borders Thailand and Laos, Thailand in the west a
  • Practical information
  • Arrival information Cambodia
    Visa info: Making sure your passport and visa are in order is your own responsibility. For many EU citizens, a tourist visa is required to enter Cambodia. This can be obtaine
  • Time differences Cambodia
    The time in Cambodia is GMT +7 hours with no daylight saving time in 2012. You can also check to view the current times by city.
  • Money Cambodia
    The local currency is the Cambodian Riel (KHR). There are no coins in circulation. The money starts with notes of 100 riel, followed by 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10,000, 20,
  • Luggage and clothing Cambodia
    Cambodia is a tropical country. Therefore, take thin cotton clothes. For the evening, a high-necked T-shirt with long sleeves or a thin cotton sweater is handy as protection a
  • Communication Cambodia
    Mail: Mail sent from Cambodia to Europe may take a while. Make sure your letters/cards are immediately stamped. E-mail: In Cambodia you can email in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
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