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.

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Cambodia Sights Map

Must See Sights from Cambodia

Siem Reap
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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.

Angkor Wat
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Angkor Wat is a temple complex in Cambodia and the largest religious monument in the world, with the site measuring 162.6 hectares.

Phnom Penh
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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.

Wat Phnom
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Built in 1372, The temple of Wat Phnom stands on the only hill in Phnom Penh, which lent the the Cambodian capital its name.

Phnom Udong
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Phnom Udong is 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 surround either side of the sweeping plains of Kandal province.

Phnom Banan
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The 11th century mountaintop Angkorian ruin of Phnom Banan is the best preserved of the Khmer temples around Battambang. As you approach you will see the distinctive five towers pointing skyward, like a smaller version of Angkor Wat.

Silver Pagoda
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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 in Cambodia, not only in architecture but also in its artistic.

Terrace of the Elephants
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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 to view his victorious returning armies.

Cambodia Travel Guide

Comparable to the rest of South East Asia, Cambodia has a tropical climate, which means that the weather is fairly hot year-round. Cambodia has two distinguishing seasons: Rainy or monsoon from June to October; and dry from November to May, with the hottest days getting to around 35℃ and the evenings in the cooler season dropping down to 20℃. The best time to visit Cambodia would be during the dry season however, if you choose to visit during the rainy season you’ll experience a gorgeous landscape as the flora and fauna comes to life.
We closely monitor the latest travel updates to Cambodia and follow the advice of the UK Foreign Office. For the latest travel advice from UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO), please visit:
All nationals apart from ASEAN countries require a visa to come in to Cambodia. Australian, New Zealand, British, American, Canadian, and South African passport holders can acquire a 30-day tourist visa upon arrival to Cambodia however, must provide a photocopy of the passport (identification page) and one passport size photograph. The easier option is to get an e-Visa which takes about 3 days to process and allows the traveller to stay up to 30 days in Cambodia.
Cambodian culture and tradition has a history that is both intense and diverse which dates back centuries. Most of the population is Khmer, a Southeast Asian ethnic group native to Cambodia with around 95% of the people following Theravada Buddhism. Cambodians have been brought up to respect their culture and values and are extremely traditional in their way of life. Khmer customs such as habitual dance, music, festivals and art are still evident within society. People in Cambodia are extremely caring, generous and welcoming and even though the poverty rate is decreasing, Cambodia is still very poor. Salaries persist to be awfully low even though service is always top-notch and tips that you give them can go a long way.
Cambodian food is modest, comforting and the country’s food culture is not to be missed. It is often a type of food that has many contrasts – sweet and bitter, salty and sour, fresh and cooked. Rice is a staple, served at pretty much every meal and may come with curries, stews and freshwater fish. The country is filled with lively markets and plenty of street vendors meaning you have plenty of opportunity to try all the delicious cuisine. Angkor Beer is the most well-known beer in Cambodia with prices varying from around $1 for a glass to around $2. Palm wine is popular in rural areas and tends to be very strong.
From Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, lively marketplaces are found all over Cambodia. Most markets have limited space with narrow corridors where there are small shops packed with everything from jewellery, to clothes to fresh fruit and vegetables. Within the market places you’ll find plenty of handmade souvenirs and the local shops are often the best places to search for collectables and unique items.
Khmer New Year: The Khmer New Year, which is held in April, is a holiday that lasts for three days and marks the turn of the year based on the ancient Khmer calendar. It also symbolises the end of the harvest done during the year and is a period that Cambodians spend with family.  Cambodians during this time celebrate by decorating their homes, play traditional games, present gestures of kindness, visit shrines and temples and feast. Water Festival: The Water Festival, held in November, is perhaps one of the most elaborate events in Cambodia. The festival lasts for three days and marks the changing of the flow of the Tonle Sap and also celebrates the end of the monsoon season. The days of festivities includes plenty of boat races, food and drinks, fireworks, performances and music which sees up to a million people attend

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