A kingdom to uncover.
Cambodia is a country with a history rooted in both tradition. An example of enduring survival after decades of civil war, Cambodia’s culture emerged triumphant. The beauty of this land presents itself in thousands of temples hidden deep under jungle vines. The prize find is Angkor Wat, the world’s largest single religious monument and incredible symbol of symmetry and spirituality. From the charismatic cities and golden beaches to the lush jungles and tranquil rice paddies, Cambodia will stay with you for a lifetime.
Discovery Adventures in Cambodia
Indochina Cultural Journey
- 15 Days
There’s a magic about South East Asia that casts a spell on many who visit this exotic region. Explore the cultural best of Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Encounter history, both ancient and modern, and witness the unbelievable splendour of Angkor Wat. From the natural beauty of Halong Bay and Chiang Mai’s temples to khantoke dinners and Khmer lunches, our expert guides will share the natural, historical and cultural beauty that has persisted in this region. More than a tour—this is an adventure of discovery.
Thailand & Angkor Wat Cultural Journey
- 14 Days
Just a few minutes into the bustle of Bangkok and you realize why Thailand is known as the 'Land of Smiles'. Explore the region’s charming temples, take a canal tour and enjoy a break from the fast pace of Bangkok in the hills of Chiang Mai. Inhale fragrant lemongrass as you indulge in a khantoke dinner and learn to cook. Our experts will season your adventure with local spice and colour. And, for a memorable finish, explore the jungle-choked ruins of Cambodia’s Angkor Wat—the largest religious monument in the world.
- Angkor Wat The largest single religious temple in the world representing the epitome of the high classical style of Khmer architecture.
- Phnom Penh Cambodia's capital city, explore the dark side of history at Choeng Ek Memorial, the site of the infamous Killing Fields that were the execution grounds for Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge during their rein from 1975 - 1979.
- Khmer Cuisine Known for its use of Prahok, a type of fermented fish paste, and coconut milk, Khmer cuisine is often less spicy than its Southeast Asian neighbors.Try local dishes such as Khmer sour soup, Amok Trey, fish cooked in a thick coconut milk curry wrapped and steamed in a banana leaf, as well as Lok Lak, a stir fried beef served with lime and pepper sauce.