Cambodia Tours

The captivating beauty of Cambodia is among the lesser-known gems of South-East Asia. Neighbouring the popular hotspots of Thailand and Vietnam, Cambodia is blessed with unspoiled natural beauty and unique cultural heritage. Journey to the breath-taking wonders of Cambodia through charming villages and buzzing cities, witnessing the boiling post of ancient and modern. Discover the marvelous history and still-standing monuments of the once-mighty Khmer Empire. Gaze upon Angkor Wat to experience true fascination, that sensation all adventurers crave for. Roam the chaotic cities of Phnom Penh and Siem Reap and soak in the cosmopolitan lifestyle while frequenting remarkable temples along the way. Shape your adventure with options to extend or start your discovery in Vietnam and Thailand. Travel Talk Cambodia tours bring together 4 & 3-star accommodation, private comfortable transportation, marvelous sights, and incredible like-minded people. Shape your adventure with diverse optional activities, and tour options to extend or start your discovery in Vietnam and Thailand.
The captivating beauty of Cambodia is among the lesser-known gems of South-East Asia. Neighbouring the popular hotspots of Thailand and Vietnam, Cambodia is blessed with unspoiled natural beauty and unique cultural heritage.

Our Cambodia Trips

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Best of Cambodia & South Vietnam

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Fantastic Cambodia & Thailand

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Amazing Vietnam & Cambodia & Thailand ends Chiang Mai

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Ultimate Vietnam & Cambodia & Thailand ends Chiang Mai

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Cambodia Accommodation

Please find below the 5 & 4 Star hotels and Superior Lodge used on our Cambodia trips. All accommodation is carefully hand-selected to satisfy our standards in terms of quality, authenticity and location for you to enjoy a comfortable and unforgettable holiday.

VICTORIA NUI SAM LODGE
Chau Doc
Superior Lodge

Located in Sam Mountain near Ba Chua Su Temple, Victoria Nui Sam Lodge is a perfect starting point from which to explore Chau Doc. The mountain lodge has an outdoor swimming pool

WEST HOTEL
Can Tho
4 Star

Located in Can Tho, West Hotel offers elegant and stylish accommodations with spectacular pool views. The hotel is just 100 yards from Ninh Kieu Pier and 350 yards from Can Tho Museum.

FRANGIPANI ROYAL PALACE
Phnom Penh
4 Star

Frangipani Royal Palace Hotel is located along the lively River Front area and features a rooftop saltwater pool and guests can enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant or have a drink at the bar.

CLASSY HOTEL
Battambang
4 Star

Set across the river from Downtown, this relaxed hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, an in-house restaurant, and sensational views over the Sangker River.

SOMADEVI ANGKOR HOTEL
Siem Reap
5 Star

With the abundance of tropical plants lining its centre and its location in the heart of Siem Reap, Somadevi Angkor Hotel reflects an oasis-like feel. The hotel offers an excellent on-site cafe

Cambodia Sights Map

Cambodia Travel Guide

Cambodia is known for its tropical monsoon climate with two distinct seasons; the rainy season from May to early November and the dry season from late November to April. During the rainy season, Cambodia experiences 75% of its annual rainful with humid temperatures expected and lush, green countryside waiting to be explored! The dry season from November to April is more popular amongst visiting travellers, with clearer skies and glorious sunshine. Temperatures in Cambodia remain fairly warm and consistent across the year. However, if travelling throughout the North during the winter months (December to March), be sure to pack extra layers as temperatures can become cold during the evenings.
We closely monitor the latest travel updates for Cambodia and follow the advice of the UK Foreign Office. For the latest travel advice from UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCDO), please click here.
Visas to enter Cambodia are compulsory for most tourists, including travellers from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United States and United Kingdom. An eVisa is available to most nationalities which is valid for 3 months and allows tourists to visit for a total of 30 days. Travel Talk strongly recommends travellers to obtain a tourist visa, where applicable, before arriving in Cambodia. For more information on how to obtain a Cambodian tourist visa, please click here. This information is provided as a guidance only. Travel Talk strongly advises to consult your travel agent or national embassy before travelling, as visa information can change at any time with little notice. It is your responsibility to prepare all necessary visa documents before travelling.
More than 90% of the people who live in Cambodia are ethnic Khmers, making the country the most ethnically homogeneous in Southeast Asia. Cambodian life is centred around family, faith and food and local people are known worldwide for their gentle and warm nature. Over nearly two millennia, Cambodians have developed a unique Khmer belief from the syncretism of indigenous beliefs and the Indian religions of Buddhism and Hinduism. Buddhism is the most popular religious for the nation, with 95% of the population following Theravada Buddhism. Superstition almost runs parallel to religion, with the belief of spirits and superpowers running rife.
Cambodian cuisine is modest and comforting with a unique twist. Rice and freshwater fish are staples and a traditional Cambodian meal almost always includes a samlor (traditional soup) - Samlor machou bunlay is the most popular of these. Other esteemed national dishes include kyteow (rice-noodle soup) Fish Amok (freshwater fish covered in coconut milk, eggs, fish sauce and palm sugar) and Beef Loc Lac (marinated beef). Angkor Beer is the most well-known beer in Cambodia with prices varying from around US$1 for a glass to around US$2. Palm wine is popular in rural areas and tends to be very strong.
Cambodia is packed with a plethora of night markets, boutique stores, artisan markets and malls waiting to be explore. Haggling is all part of the experience, so brush up on your bartering skills to lock in the best prices. If you're looking for a unique Cambodian souvenir, keep an eye out for the traditional Batiks. Batik fabrics are considered to be the most popular style of Cambodian textile and is formed using intricate patterns and special fabric dying techniques. These dyed and hand-woven textiles can be found in many of the small villages across the country, especially in the very rural areas, and the batiks you can find are often one of a kind.
The Cambodian calendar has no shortage of colourful festivals, offering travellers a unique opportunity to get up and personal with the nations people and traditions;
  • Khmer New Year: Held in April each year, Khmer New Year is a three-day affair that traditionally marks the end of the harvest season and is Cambodia’s single most important holiday. The cities shut down for a week over Khmer New Year while Cambodians return to their villages to spend time with their families, have parties, and visit their local pagodas.
  • Water Festival: The Cambodian Water Festival (Bon Om Touk) takes place once a year, on the full moon of the Buddhist month of Kadeuk (usually in November) in Phnom Penh. The festival history dates back to 12th century of Ankor period and is a mark of respect to the Naval Forces. Two million Cambodians from all walks of life gather in the capital city to watch the colourful boats race on the river.
  • Pchum Ben: Commonly reffered to as Ancestors Day, this festival is considered a major religious celebration across the country. The 15-day ceremony of Pchum Ben is a time for Cambodians to honour their previous seven generations of ancestor. Families gather at nearby pagodas, offering food and prayers to save their ancestors from bad karma. The festival dates back to the middle ages but holds strong today, with students and workers returning back to their families to observe Pchum Ben and make offerings.
  • Cambodia Tours - FAQ

    E visa for Cambodia can be easily applied from the link below; https://www.evisa.gov.kh/ Visitors to Cambodia can obtain a visa on arrival for tourism (US$30), for a maximum stay of 30 days. Some nationalities are required to get visa in advance at the Embassy of Cambodia in their country. Please check with your embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date visa fees and other requirements.  
    Yes, you should be able to use your mobile phone in Cambodia as coverage is generally quite widespread in the country's larger cities and towns but may not be available in rural areas.    
    The official currency in Cambodia, the Cambodian riel. Meal in a cheap restaurant 3.50 USD (1.50-7.00) Cappuccino (regular) 2.10 USD (1.00-3.00) Cheeseburger (fast food) 1.80 USD (1.50-2.40) Water (1.5 liter bottle) 0,67 USD Bottle of Wine (Mid-Range) 10.00 USD Imported Beer (12 oz small bottle) 1.60 USD
    Cambodia has a tropical climate with 2 seasons and warm temperatures throughout the year. During May and June temperatures remain high and southwest monsoon brings more humidity! There will certainly be some rainfall from July to October, but it usually comes in short torrential rains. In Cambodia, the dry season lasts from October to April, the rainy season from May to September, and the heaviest rainfall is usually seen in August and September. Average temperatures range from 24 ° C in coller months such as October, November and December to 35 ° C during the hottest period of the year from March to June. The best time to visit Cambodia is between November and April, when there is very little rain. During this time you'll see clear blue skies, making it a great time to enjoy a relaxing getaway on the southern coast. Temperatures stay at a warm 68°F year-round.

    When packing for Cambodia, choose loose, breathable clothes, clothes made of lightweight fabrics such as linen and cotton blends. Also take a Raincoat and a cardigan / sweatshirt with you if traveling in the wet season.

     

    You can use your visa card to withdraw money from most ATMs in Cambodia. You won't have a problem in major cities.

    Drinking tap water is generally not recommended in Cambodia. Water quality varies from region to region and there may be harmful bacteria or viruses, so the safest option is to purify  your water, or opt for bottled water.

    Although tipping is not mandatory, tips for good services are highly appreciated. Service staff deserves a gift if you think the service is good.

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    TRAVEL GUIDE
    Best time to visit
    Cambodia is known for its tropical monsoon climate with two distinct seasons; the rainy season from May to early November and the dry season from late November to April. During the rainy season, Cambodia experiences 75% of its annual rainful with humid temperatures expected and lush, green countryside waiting to be explored! The dry season from November to April is more popular amongst visiting travellers, with clearer skies and glorious sunshine. Temperatures in Cambodia remain fairly warm and consistent across the year. However, if travelling throughout the North during the winter months (December to March), be sure to pack extra layers as temperatures can become cold during the evenings.
    TRAVEL GUIDE
    Travel advice
    We closely monitor the latest travel updates for Cambodia and follow the advice of the UK Foreign Office. For the latest travel advice from UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCDO), please click here.
    TRAVEL GUIDE
    Visas
    Visas to enter Cambodia are compulsory for most tourists, including travellers from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United States and United Kingdom. An eVisa is available to most nationalities which is valid for 3 months and allows tourists to visit for a total of 30 days. Travel Talk strongly recommends travellers to obtain a tourist visa, where applicable, before arriving in Cambodia. For more information on how to obtain a Cambodian tourist visa, please click here. This information is provided as a guidance only. Travel Talk strongly advises to consult your travel agent or national embassy before travelling, as visa information can change at any time with little notice. It is your responsibility to prepare all necessary visa documents before travelling.
    TRAVEL GUIDE
    Culture
    More than 90% of the people who live in Cambodia are ethnic Khmers, making the country the most ethnically homogeneous in Southeast Asia. Cambodian life is centred around family, faith and food and local people are known worldwide for their gentle and warm nature. Over nearly two millennia, Cambodians have developed a unique Khmer belief from the syncretism of indigenous beliefs and the Indian religions of Buddhism and Hinduism. Buddhism is the most popular religious for the nation, with 95% of the population following Theravada Buddhism. Superstition almost runs parallel to religion, with the belief of spirits and superpowers running rife.
    TRAVEL GUIDE
    Eating and drinking
    Cambodian cuisine is modest and comforting with a unique twist. Rice and freshwater fish are staples and a traditional Cambodian meal almost always includes a samlor (traditional soup) - Samlor machou bunlay is the most popular of these. Other esteemed national dishes include kyteow (rice-noodle soup) Fish Amok (freshwater fish covered in coconut milk, eggs, fish sauce and palm sugar) and Beef Loc Lac (marinated beef). Angkor Beer is the most well-known beer in Cambodia with prices varying from around US$1 for a glass to around US$2. Palm wine is popular in rural areas and tends to be very strong.
    TRAVEL GUIDE
    Shopping
    Cambodia is packed with a plethora of night markets, boutique stores, artisan markets and malls waiting to be explore. Haggling is all part of the experience, so brush up on your bartering skills to lock in the best prices. If you're looking for a unique Cambodian souvenir, keep an eye out for the traditional Batiks. Batik fabrics are considered to be the most popular style of Cambodian textile and is formed using intricate patterns and special fabric dying techniques. These dyed and hand-woven textiles can be found in many of the small villages across the country, especially in the very rural areas, and the batiks you can find are often one of a kind.
    TRAVEL GUIDE
    Festivals and events
    The Cambodian calendar has no shortage of colourful festivals, offering travellers a unique opportunity to get up and personal with the nations people and traditions;
  • Khmer New Year: Held in April each year, Khmer New Year is a three-day affair that traditionally marks the end of the harvest season and is Cambodia’s single most important holiday. The cities shut down for a week over Khmer New Year while Cambodians return to their villages to spend time with their families, have parties, and visit their local pagodas.
  • Water Festival: The Cambodian Water Festival (Bon Om Touk) takes place once a year, on the full moon of the Buddhist month of Kadeuk (usually in November) in Phnom Penh. The festival history dates back to 12th century of Ankor period and is a mark of respect to the Naval Forces. Two million Cambodians from all walks of life gather in the capital city to watch the colourful boats race on the river.
  • Pchum Ben: Commonly reffered to as Ancestors Day, this festival is considered a major religious celebration across the country. The 15-day ceremony of Pchum Ben is a time for Cambodians to honour their previous seven generations of ancestor. Families gather at nearby pagodas, offering food and prayers to save their ancestors from bad karma. The festival dates back to the middle ages but holds strong today, with students and workers returning back to their families to observe Pchum Ben and make offerings.
  • HIGHLIGHTS
    Siem Reap
    Siem Reap province is located in northwest Cambodia. It is the major tourist hub in Cambodia, as it is the closest city to the world famous temples of Angkor.
    HIGHLIGHTS
    Angkor Wat
    Angkor Wat is an enormous Buddhist temple complex located in northern Cambodia. It was originally built in the first half of the 12th century as a Hindu temple.
    HIGHLIGHTS
    Phnom Penh
    Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia. Situated at the confluence of three rivers, the mighty Mekong, the Bassac and Tonle Sap, what was once considered the 'Gem' of Indochina.
    HIGHLIGHTS
    Wat Phnom
    Wat Phnom is a Buddhist temple located in Phnom Penh. It was built in 1372, and stands 27 metres above the ground. It is the tallest religious structure in the city.
    HIGHLIGHTS
    Phnom Udong
    Located in Psar Dek and Phnom Bat communes, Ponhea Leu district, about 41 kilometers north of Phnom Penh. The city drops behind while fishing villages and rice paddies.
    HIGHLIGHTS
    Phnom Banan
    The 11th century Angkorian ruin is the best preserved of the Khmer temples around Battambang. As you you will see the distinctive five towers pointing skyward
    HIGHLIGHTS
    Silver Pagoda
    Located on the South side of the architectural Royal Palace complex, the Silver Pagoda as well as Wat Preah Keo Morakat is the most beautiful and popular pagoda.
    HIGHLIGHTS
    Terrace of the Elephants
    The Terrace of the Elephants is one of the most visited sites in the Angkor Park. It is a 2.5m tall, 300m long platform and used by King Jayavarman VII
    ACCOMMODATION
    Chau Doc
    VICTORIA NUI SAM LODGE
    Star
    ACCOMMODATION
    Can Tho
    WEST HOTEL
    4 Star
    ACCOMMODATION
    Phnom Penh
    FRANGIPANI ROYAL PALACE
    4 Star
    ACCOMMODATION
    Battambang
    CLASSY HOTEL
    4 Star
    ACCOMMODATION
    Siem Reap
    SOMADEVI ANGKOR HOTEL
    5 Star
    F.A.Q.
    Do I need a visa to enter Cambodia?
    E visa for Cambodia can be easily applied from the link below; https://www.evisa.gov.kh/ Visitors to Cambodia can obtain a visa on arrival for tourism (US$30), for a maximum stay of 30 days. Some nationalities are required to get visa in advance at the Embassy of Cambodia in their country. Please check with your embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date visa fees and other requirements.  
    F.A.Q.
    Can I use my mobile while in Cambodia?
    Yes, you should be able to use your mobile phone in Cambodia as coverage is generally quite widespread in the country's larger cities and towns but may not be available in rural areas.    
    F.A.Q.
    How much does it cost for a…?
    The official currency in Cambodia, the Cambodian riel. Meal in a cheap restaurant 3.50 USD (1.50-7.00) Cappuccino (regular) 2.10 USD (1.00-3.00) Cheeseburger (fast food) 1.80 USD (1.50-2.40) Water (1.5 liter bottle) 0,67 USD Bottle of Wine (Mid-Range) 10.00 USD Imported Beer (12 oz small bottle) 1.60 USD
    F.A.Q.
    What is the weather like in Cambodia all year round?
    Cambodia has a tropical climate with 2 seasons and warm temperatures throughout the year. During May and June temperatures remain high and southwest monsoon brings more humidity! There will certainly be some rainfall from July to October, but it usually comes in short torrential rains. In Cambodia, the dry season lasts from October to April, the rainy season from May to September, and the heaviest rainfall is usually seen in August and September. Average temperatures range from 24 ° C in coller months such as October, November and December to 35 ° C during the hottest period of the year from March to June. The best time to visit Cambodia is between November and April, when there is very little rain. During this time you'll see clear blue skies, making it a great time to enjoy a relaxing getaway on the southern coast. Temperatures stay at a warm 68°F year-round.
    F.A.Q.
    What to wear in Cambodia?

    When packing for Cambodia, choose loose, breathable clothes, clothes made of lightweight fabrics such as linen and cotton blends. Also take a Raincoat and a cardigan / sweatshirt with you if traveling in the wet season.

     

    F.A.Q.
    What is ATM access like in Cambodia?

    You can use your visa card to withdraw money from most ATMs in Cambodia. You won't have a problem in major cities.

    F.A.Q.
    Can I drink tap water in Cambodia?

    Drinking tap water is generally not recommended in Cambodia. Water quality varies from region to region and there may be harmful bacteria or viruses, so the safest option is to purify  your water, or opt for bottled water.

    F.A.Q.
    Is tipping required in Cambodia?
    Although tipping is not mandatory, tips for good services are highly appreciated. Service staff deserves a gift if you think the service is good.
    Articles
    First Timer’s Guide to Angkor Wat

    First Timer’s Guide to Angkor Wat

    There’s no doubt that Angkor Wat is one for the travel bucket list! Sprawling across over 500 acres of lush jungle, ‘The Lost City’ attracts over two million visitors every year. It’s one of the world&#...

    Articles
    4 Tour Options For Asia

    4 Tour Options For Asia

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    Articles
    7 Highlights of Cambodia

    7 Highlights of Cambodia

    Situated between Thailand and Vietnam, Cambodia is irrefutably one of the more less-known countries in Southeast Asia. With isolated beaches, prehistoric temples, a tumultuous history and a fascinating culture ...

    Articles
    Why Travel Bloggers Love Asia

    Why Travel Bloggers Love Asia

    With the launch of our Asia tours to India, Nepal, Cambodia and Thailand we thought we’d find out the top reasons to travel around Asia from some of the world’s most prolific travel bloggers. From Kathmandu...

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