Cambodia is a diverse nation where ancient and modern worlds collide.
Inhabited by friendly and welcoming people, Phnom Penh is a hive of construction as it celebrates 40 years since the Khmer Rouge regime came to an end. The remnants of a French colonial past are seen along the boulevards of the Mekong River.
A journey to Cambodia transports the traveller back in time. The UNESCO listed ruins of 12th Century Angkor Wat are one of South East Asia’s greatest architectural marvels and largest religious monuments in the world.
Nearby lake Tonle Sap, is one of the most varied and productive ecosystems on earth. It is home to villagers living in stilt houses fishing and farming the lake’s abundance. A visit here provides epic photography opportunities.
The best time to travel is the dry season from October to May. The rainy season begins around the end of May until half-way through October. A visit to Cambodia at this time is an abundance of lush greenery and quality fresh produce in markets across the country.