Close
Close
Close
Close
Contact Us Brochures

SPEAK TO OUR EXPERTS: 01865 268 940

› Advanced Search

Find Your Perfect Trip

  1. Holiday Duration

Advanced search

Cambodia Holidays

Ravaged by the rule of the Khmer Rouge, Cambodia is gradually recovering with a newly invigorated optimism. Tourism is a vital component in its struggle for stability; with the rich heritage of an empire that once encompassed parts of present-day Thailand, Vietnam and Laos, Cambodia has a dazzling array to offer.

The awe-inspiring temples of Angkor at Siem Reap, a charming city in itself, are only one of this Khmer kingdom’s many treasures. Explore the lesser-known, crowd-free temples tangled with roots and barely distinguishable from the encroaching jungle itself on our Small Group Journeys. Cambodia’s coast is also relatively undiscovered: enjoy exquisite seafood in rustic surrounds at the seaside town of Kep; unwind on the white beaches of Sihanoukville; explore the sites of quaint Kampot. Elsewhere venture into Cambodia's little-visited northeastern regions and while away the days at its emerging arts capital of Battambang.

Map

Cambodia reviews collected by Reevoo

Sights / Places to go
9.1
Cuisine
8.5
Overall rating
8.9
Scores 8.9 out of 10 based on 24 reviews
Reviews and scores from the last 12 months.
8 out of 10

Roger

Oxford
+
Friendly people. Best hotels and service. Would have liked a bit more free time.
Again - very busy
Confirmed traveller: 10 March 2014
9 out of 10

Vivienne

Ormskirk
+
Interesting and good cheap food.
Some sites over crowded but this is probably inevitable. Our guides tried to take us at the quieter times. Not too sure about the boat trip on the Lake but it was something different.
Confirmed traveller: 01 March 2014
10 out of 10

sue

Knutsford, Cheshire
+
Well, let's put it this way. I returned home, walked through the door and burst into tears (not with joy at being home). I searched the web for volunteer projects and a month after arriving home was back here for two months volunteering as an English teacher at Treak village near Siem Reap with Voluntary Projects Overseas. I was THAT inspired. Left the kids at home with the older ones (29 and 27) keeping an eye on the younger ones (17 and 15). I send them daily letters and photos home.
Possibly pillows on the coach for long trips would be nice. I found it hard to sleep but then there was so much to watch of the passing countryside and I didn't want to miss a thing. More seriously I would have liked to spend an extra day in each of Phnom Penh, Kep and Siem Reap.
Confirmed traveller: 11 February 2014

Cambodia Travel tips

  1. Where to start

    Climate & times to visit Cambodia, what to expect, flight times, events, more...

  2. Before you go

    Health & fitness, Cambodia visa information, travel updates, safety & security, recommended reading, useful Cambodian words & phrases, more...

  3. On your tour

    Getting around, internet access & communication, food & drink, swimming, responsible travel, more...

All travel tips

Why choose us?

Travel Indochina have been the leaders in creating real travel experiences Asia since 1993. We share our experience in the region, creating life-changing holiday experiences. Our handcrafted small group tours and tailor-made holidays are unmatched for quality and authenticity.

More details