The future certainly looks promising for this proud nation, whose Khmer monuments alone ensure its position at the forefront of Indochina’s booming tourist industry.

Chief among its historic vestiges, of course, is Angkor Wat, the colossal temple complex assembled by the Khmer kings in what is now the north of Cambodia. Nearly everyone who visits the country travels to this see this extraordinary campus of ancient shrines, and with good reason. But TransIndus tours also feature trips to less known sites in the area such as Prasat Preah Vihear, where a breathtaking fortress-palace crowns the top of a sheer-sided granite plateau.

Elsewhere in the country await miles of beautiful, relatively undiscovered tropical beaches, jungle hills, lakes with floating villages, elephants and amazing waterfalls – in short, attractions comparable to those of neighbouring Vietnam and Thailand, but with only a fraction of the number of visitors.

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Suggested tours to Cambodia

Cruise Pandaw: Saigon to Siem Reap

Cruise Pandaw: Saigon to Siem Reap

8 days from £1900 per person

Travel from Saigon to Siem Reap on this seven-night cruise. Highlights include witnessing daily life in a tribal village, visiting beautiful monasteries, learning about the…

Classic Cambodia

Classic Cambodia

10 days from £2795 per person

This 10-day route focuses on the historic highlights of the Angkor temples before delving into the French-colonial legacy of Battambang and Phnom Penh further south.…

Laos & Cambodia Explorer

Laos & Cambodia Explorer

13 days from £2995 per person

Laos and Cambodia, neighbouring countries in Southeast Asia, are known for the World Heritage Sites of Luang Prabang and Angkor Wat and for their shared…

Discover Cambodia

Discover Cambodia

16 days from £3360 per person

Our in-depth 16-day tour of Cambodia covers the must-sees of the central region, from Angkor Wat to Battambang the capital, Phnom Penh, before veering south…

Explore Cambodia

Explore Cambodia

20 days from £3885 per person

Explore some of the lesser frequented corners of the country on our wide-ranging, 3-week itinerary, which can be combined with an extension into neighbouring Vietnam.…

Discover Indochina

Discover Indochina

18 days from £2575 per person

From the grand temples of Angkor and the laid-back town of Hoi An, to the islands of Halong Bay, vast stretches of the Mekong Delta…

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Cambodia Places and Experiences

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

The greatest of all the shrines created by the Khmers – in fact, the single largest religious building anywhere in the world – is Angkor Wat. Dedicated to Vishnu (the Hindu deity of whom King Suryavarman II considered himself a reincarnatio…

Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom

The remains of the Khmers' last great city, Angkor Thom, stand just north of Angkor Wat, enclosed by massive laterite walls and a broad moat. From its centre soars the central sanctuary tower of the mighty Bayon temple, which is perhaps bes…

Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm

The hour after sunrise, while the rest of the world is breakfasting, is the time to be at wonderful Ta Prohm, a stone’s throw east of Angkor Thom. Restoration work has been kept to a minimum in this hauntingly beautiful temple, originally f…

Lake Tonle Sap

Lake Tonle Sap

The largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, Tonle Sap, due south of Siem Reap, supports a population of over a million people, the majority of whom live from rice cultivation and fishing, in stilted or floating villages around its shorel…

Battambang

Battambang

One of the most scenic drives in Cambodia leads from Siem Reap to Battambang, on the banks of the Sangker River. This venerable old city holds a bumper crop of colonial-era architecture, ranging from antique shophouses in the market distric…

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh

The Cambodian capital doesn’t feel in quite so much of a rush to embrace the future as its counterparts elsewhere in Southeast Asia. High-rise buildings are beginning to spring up, but they’re still outnumbered by colonial-era shophouses an…

Kep

Kep

By far the loveliest most relaxing coastal retreat in the country is Kep, a town originally founded by the French in 1906, and which has since become popular among wealthy city dwellers, who travel here on weekends in search of the famous l…

Kratie

Kratie

Once a thriving French cargo port on the Mekong river, Kratie is now a rather somnolent, backwater market town, fronted by a pot-holed promenade and ranks of buttress-rooted dipterocarp trees. Travellers tend to pause here en route to Laos…

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