It is time to book Cambodia holidays from the UK.
Cambodia holidays are about the ever enchanting ancient temples, dense forests, glorious beaches, and captivating culture and history. From delightful people, delicious cuisine to historical treasures, Cambodia is a destination that delights all kinds of travellers.
Whether you are on a family holiday, honeymoon, business trip, student tour, or group holiday, Cambodia holidays offer something for everyone.
Starting with Siem Reap, which is the gateway to the Temples of Angkor, you need 3 days at least to explore the destinations. Phnom Penh is your place to start your Cambodia adventure, while Ta Prohm is for the Indiana Jones-like adventures at the ruined temple monastery.
Or, if you have a few more days, take a twin city tour to Vietnam and Laos. If you are a foodie, then your Cambodia holiday is worthwhile because it is a great way to experience Cambodia’s delicious street food – a unique blend of Khmer and western cuisine.
Cambodia Holiday Highlights
Here are some of the most important things to do after you book Cambodia holidays:
Discover the imposing beauty of Angkor, an awe-inspiring ancient temple complex rising from its jungle setting.
Take a tour of the capital, Phnom Penh, a beautiful city known for its charmingly colonial heritage. You have a vibrant riverside promenade.
A must-visit to the National Museum of Cambodia – in Phnom Penh known for its hundreds of ancient Khmer artifacts.
Then you have Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum where you can learn about the tragic period of history at this museum in Phnom Penh, set in the grounds of Pol Pot’s secret prison.
Head to Cambodia Landmine Museum in Siem Reap that was there too aware the locals of the dangers of landmines in Cambodia.
Cambodia Holiday Cultural Tour
As soon as you enter Cambodia, you get the traditional greeting that is called the Sampeah, which is the bringing together of hands, as if praying, combined with a bow. Also, make sure you never touch someone on the head or point with your feet. Make sure you remove your shoes before entering a person’s home. Dress conservatively, especially when entering temples and sacred religious sites.
We will shop at the finest boutiques for silk in Phnom Penh; wood carvings, marble sculptures, and sapphires in Battambang. Or, you can also shop for hand-loomed scarves, clothes, and wall hangings in Sihanoukville.
Some of the best beaches in Cambodia are in Sihanoukville.
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