Cambodia

 

Cambodia (officially the Kingdom of Cambodia) is an unforgettable destination and one of the most photogenic countries in Southeast Asia. It has a population of approximately 15 million inhabitants and its capital city is Phnom Penh.
Bordered by Laos to the north, Vietnam to the east and Thailand to the west, the country is also greatly open on the Gulf of Thailand and has nearly 450km of coastline as well as beautiful beaches. Nature here is impressive and parts of Cambodia are still very remote. But the highlight of any visit to Cambodia is the discovery of the exceptional Angkor Archaeological Park, listed as a World Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. Here temples have kept their mystical ambiance and some are still covered by the jungle.

Best time to travel: November to March.
Major airports: Phnom Penh (PNH), Siem Reap (REP)

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Tourist sites

The second largest city of the kingdom is surrounded by beautiful nature.
This small provincial city is located on the shore of the Mekong river.
Kompong Thom is a provincial city located between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap and offering an interesting stop over to discover remote temples and rural way of life.
Kratie is a small town on the shore of the Mekong River. It is a crossroad for people arriving from or leaving to Laos and people wishing to access the remote province of Ratanakiri.
Mondulkiri is a province located east of Cambodia, offering spectacular natural scenery with forested hills, powerful waterfalls and ideal climate.
Phnom Penh is Cambodia's busiest city, famous for its Royal Palace and its riverfront.
The Ratanakiri is located northeast of Phnom Penh. The main city of this province is Banlung.
Siem Reap is the gateway to the World Heritage site of Angkor. The city has ground mostly due to tourism and is now an active provincial town.
Named after the king of Cambodia, Sihanoukville and its nice beaches are facing the Gulf of Thailand.
The largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia is home to hundreds inhabitants living on stilt houses.