Rainforest, mountains, waterfalls and beaches, Cambodia has them all. The reconstructed capital of Pnom Penh is often the starting point for a tour of this war torn country, where you can visit the infamous Killing Fields. Explore the rural countryside by bicycle through pepper plantations and rice fields or take a boat trip on Tonle Sap Lake around an amazing floating village. Dating back to the 9th Century AD, ancient Angkor is a temple mecca.
"Hi Katie, wow you are certainly getting around! Yep this is the only trip Elise and I have planned, we try to go on a trip every year or 2. Not long now is it? I am getting so excited! I have been wanting to do this trip for about 10 years! When do you arrive in Bangkok? "
commented 11 May
I'm doing the Cambodia or Wat tour departing Vietnam on Nov 3rd. I'm arriving in Ho Chi Minh Nov 1st & wanted to look around - anyone else interested in joining? Possibly a day trip to Halong Bay?
Also, I'll be in Bangkok til Nov 13 - does anyone want to explore together? More day trips?"
commented 12 Oct
"Each guide was really bubbly and fun, but also knew when to get serious and get us to where we needed to be. They all had very good English and were very knowledgeable about their specific destinations.
Some of the transport options were less than desirable (such as 10 people squished into the back ..."
reviewed 31 Jul
"I am hoping some wonderful, funloving, fit and youthful people will join us on our trip Bangkok, Laos and Cambodia. It will be great to see Ankor Wat. Next year we are going touring on motorbikes in northern Thailand so we are taking the time to see Ankor this year. Join us. "
commented 3 Mar
"Thanks Star that is useful, I've done a lot of reading up on "jabs and tabs" but working out the days for malarials is a right pain!
Jap B Enceph is not advised, however it is stated as "to be considered" in 8 of the countries we're going through so I'm having it,I always get bitten even with DEET."
commented 19 Feb
"This was the perfect time to visit Cambodia. It appears to be a country on the cusp of globalization. It gives you the opportunity to experience their culture without the major influence of the west. The people, especially our Cambodian guide, were warm, sweet, and hospitable.
Out adventures planne..."
reviewed 22 Jan