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Cambodia

With InsideVietnam Tours a Cambodia holiday transports you to the Southeast Asia of postcards: smiling people and orange-robed monks; tropical fruit, golden Khmer temples, lush rice paddies, tuk tuks, coconut curries served on banana leaves and traditional wooden boats.

Although deservedly most celebrated for the awe-inspiring jungle-clad temples of Angkor, a Cambodia holiday offers so much more to the visitor with a little more time to explore. Your tour package might include the teetering stilt villages that line the great Tonle Sap lake, the palaces and colonial heritage in the nation's reborn capital, Phnom Penh or golden beaches, jungle-treks and delightful river cruises. Topped off with fantastic Khmer cuisine and wonderful artisan craftwork Cambodia is truly a destination worthy of attention. If you wish to arrange the perfect holiday package to this amazing nation, get in touch with InsideVietnam Tours today!

  • When not leading tours Siem Reap is where I call home. The laid-back charm of Cambodia makes it the perfect base, and who could complain about having the temples of Angkor on your doorstep! If you have the chance I'd urge you to head out beyond the hotspots and find the enchantment of real Cambodia
    Tara Engelen - Tour Leader
  • Siem Reap

    The laid-back, low-rise town of Siem Reap sits on the edge of one of the world's most iconic historical wonders – the jungle-entwined ruins of Angkor. If you tire of temples the vast expanse of Tonle Sap, Southeast Asia's largest lake is nearby, home to rare birdlife and stilted villages.

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  • Phnom Penh

    Once known as the Pearl of the Orient, Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh is a lively and engaging city, which is in the process of regaining its former glory following the dark days of the Khmer Rouge regime.

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  • Battambang

    Well-preserved French Colonial architecture complemented by a bucolic landscape of rice paddies, temples and villages. Explore Angkorian ruins perched atop rocky promontaries, jump on the famous rickety Bamboo Train or drift down to great Tonle Sap.

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  • Kep

    The quiet fishing town of Kep, famed for its excellent crab, makes a relaxing seaside stop and is the gateway to a number of small, palm-fringed islands

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  • Sihanoukville

    Cambodia's most popular seaside destination is Sihanoukville, a bustling port town with lovely beaches and easy access to a number of delightful, unspoilt islands that offer great opportunities for day trips, snorkelling and diving.

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  • Kratie

    An old colonial town on the Mekong River not far from the Laos border, Kratie is one of the few places left for spotting the endangered Irrawaddy Dolphin.

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  • Koh Kong

    Located close to the Thai border in western Cambodia, Koh Kong is the gateway to the beautiful natural region of the Cardamom and Elephant Mountains.

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  • Kampong Thom

    Stopover town for those travelling between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, boasting pre-Angkorian temples. Ancient Sambor Prei Kuk was the precursor to the celebrated temples of Angkor, and if your explorations make you peckish visit nearby Skuon, roasted tarantula capital of Cambodia.

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  • Mondulkiri

    Home to the renowned Walking with Elephants Project, and base for excellent remote trekking, Mondulkiri is a destination for the adventurous travelling seeking out the unspoilt corners of Asia.

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  • Stung Treng

    Although the town of Stung Treng may not have much to divert the visitor heading to or from the Laos border, the delightful countryside nearby, bisected by the Mekong and San Rivers, is home to some excellent sustainable tourism projects justifying a little extra time.

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