Two things spring to mind when people think of Cambodia: the extraordinary feat of ancient engineering that is Angkor Wat, and the devastatingly cruel period of the Khmer Rouge. Can a country known for temples and sites that dredge up memories of genocide really provide a fun family holiday?
Cait (13) and Charli (11) went on a family holiday in Burma (Myanmar) with their parents and uncle, Paul – a sales team leader in our Bristol office. We caught up with them to find out their highlights and what they learned…
So you’re looking for somewhere for a family holiday. You want somewhere hot, with palm-fringed beaches, white sand, crystal-clear water and wonderful beachside hotels. Oh – and no crowds please. Dream on, right? Well, perhaps not.
It’s difficult enough to keep kids entertained on holiday without adding ‘culture’ into the mix, but Cambodia is a surprisingly fun antidote to the usual noisy family resorts. Here, Tom Weston explains why you should consider Cambodia with kids for your next family holiday. Why Travel to Cambodia with kids originally appeared in issue #2 […]