Cambodia – Siem Reap

Discover Magic in Cambodia’s Fascinating Ancient Heritage

The Kingdom of Cambodia, formerly the Republic of Kampuchea, opened its gates to tourists only recently, in the mid-1990s, after years of isolation. Tourist arrivals grew steadily ever since, making it one of the newest and most exciting travel destinations among the countries of Southeast Asia.

An ‘unspoiled’ and ‘undiscovered’ Cambodia is only just beginning to be discovered by travelers in the hilly tribal areas of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri, the remote temples of Preah Vihear and Banteay Chhmar, and the quaint provincial capitals of Battambang and Kampot.

Siem Reap – Angkor Thom – Angkor Wat – Sihanouk Ville
(5 Nts/6 Days)

Cambodia gives the tourist many beautiful reasons to visit: Angkor Wat and the other temple complex of Angkor near Siem Reap. The capital, Phnom Penh, offers many cultural attractions and the pristine beaches of Sihanoukville beckon alluringly. You would need a minimum of 5 nights and 6 days to enjoy the thrill of discovery in this beautiful country.

Temple of the Sacred Sword, Siem Reap
Temple of the Sacred Sword, Siem Reap
The Royal Palace, Phnom Penh
The Royal Palace, Phnom Penh
Commercial Hub, Sihanoukville
Commercial Hub, Sihanoukville

Siem Reap

Siem Reap is a popular resort town in the northwestern part of Cambodia and the gateway to the Angkor region. The Old French Quarter and the Old Market area of Siem Reap abound with Chinese-inspired and colonial period architecture.

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh was Cambodia’s capital since the Khmer Empire and French colonialists. Its riverfront promenade is lined with parks, restaurants and bars. The splendid Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, and the National Museum are also here.


Sihanoukville is Cambodia’s only port and a premier beach resort on the south coast, with Koh Kong to the west and Kampot to the east. It is also the gateway to a small but delightful archipelago of popular off-shore islands.

A Well-planned Journey Leads to Lasting Happiness.