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Cambodia

Background & Highlights

Travellers with a taste for leaving the beaten track are rediscovering Cambodia and loving what they find. Cambodia is friendly, uncrowded, gorgeous, and a largely unexplored alternative to more developed Thailand and Vietnam.

The ancient temples of Angkor Wat are undoubtedly the biggest draw in Cambodia. Once the capital of a vast Khmer empire, ...

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Angkor Wat

The largest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat stands as the crowning glory of ancient Khmer civilisation. At its height during the 9th-12th centuries, the city of Angkor covered more than 1,000 square kilometers and played home to history's largest pre-industrialised civilisation.

Mountain Bike Tours

Challenge of the 9 Dragons: The Mekong Delta by Mountain Bike - Saigon to Phnom Penh
Cylce the tracks and trails of the verdant Mekong Delta through southern Vietnam and Cambodia.

Wildlife Watching

Gibbon Spotting Cambodia
A simply amazing experience for wildlife lovers to see the incredibly rare northern yellow-cheeked gibbons in their natural habitat in Ratanakiri province, Northeast Cambodia.

Wildlife Watching

The Hidden Temples and Forests of Cambodia by Mountain Bike
Cambodia's famous Angkor Wat is only one of many ancient temples scattered around this captivating country. The best possible way to explore them, and the rural countryside, villages, rice fields and forests is to ride a mountain bike, following back roads, tracks and trails where few tourists venture.

Mountain Bike Tours

Cambodia Highlights - Angkor & The Penh
If you have never visited Cambodia before and are limited on time, the highlights not to miss are the ancient, UNESCO World Heritage-listed temples of Angkor, including Angkor Wat, and the Mekong riverside capital of Phnom Penh, once regarded as the Venice of old French Indochina.

Angkor Wat

The largest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat stands as the crowning glory of ancient Khmer civilisation. At its height during the 9th-12th centuries, the city of Angkor covered more than 1,000 square kilometers and played home to history's largest pre-industrialised civilisation.
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