Cambodia Tour and Holiday packages are without doubt the best way to explore the country’s hidden and must see places. Have you already been to on a holiday to Thailand? Does it seem too touristy? If you want to make the most of Southeast Asia give yourself a chance to experience a luxury travel Cambodia. You will not be disappointed. You might not have the same reputation as its Thai neighbor party or historical notoriety in neighboring Vietnam. But Cambodia is full of ancient temples; Angkor Wat is the best example of all Bhuddist temples in the world, and the beautiful landscapes unlike other destinations in Indochina. Following article shares the top 5 places to include to your Cambodia travel. Here we go:
Phnom Penh: Cambodia’s capital is full of tuk tuk and food stalls on the street. Move around the city and discover pagodas in almost every street, hidden among the great French colonial houses. Why do not you take a bite at a local specialty, experience a Khmer nightlife, visit the handsomely decorated Royal palace at the bank-side the Mekong River. When in Phnom Penh, include a visit to the memorial Killing Fields, Just outside the Phnom Penh it is one of the largest mass graves in Cambodia, where it is estimated that more than a million Cambodians were executed during the Khmer Rouge regime.
Angkor Archaeological Park: This World Heritage Site recognized by UNESCO is by far the largest tourist attraction in Cambodia and possibly the entire Southeast of Asia. Every year thousands of visitors travel to Siem Reap to visit the magnificent ruins of the capital of the Khmer Empire, sites dating back from the ninth century. If you are on a Cambodia tour and holiday packages then you will have chance to go before dawn to see the sun rise behind the most famous temple, Angkor Wat. And do not miss the temple of Angkor Thom.
Sihanoukville: Popularly known as “Snooki” represents one of the best beaches in Indochina with fine sand and not as crowded as those in Thailand or Vietnam’s Nha Trang. There are few well balanced luxury resorts and accommodations around the Island to choose from, the honeymooners in Cambodia will opt for a Luxury private island of Song Saa to get the maximum benefit of its romantic resorts and private villas.
Kampot: Not long time ago that Kampot was being famous for its production of salt and pepper, Kampot is a charming city by a river. You can spend days watching the river, eating noodles in the market or cycling through the hills. If you fancy something more adventurous, make a break 20 kilometers from Kampot and visit the French colonial ghost town at Bokor Hill Station. Originally a retreat for the settlers, the place was abandoned when the Khmer Rouge took control of the area in the 1970s and has remained frozen since then.
Siem Reap: The starting point to visit the Angkor Wat temples, Siem Reap has become a tourist destination in recent years, there are great facilities and luxury travel arrangements in city, take the opportunity to buy some Cambodia art and handicrafts and enjoy your night life at the pub street. To enjoy the tranquility of the day, come to the people of Wat Bo and relax in the gardens of the oldest Buddhist temple in town. Also, Siem Reap is a port destination for all the Luxury Mekong River cruise tours which are running between Southern Vietnam from the town of Ben Tre to Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
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