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Cambodia is home to the temples of Angkor, the magnificent legacy of the Khmer empire that ruled over much of southeast Asia 1,000 years ago. The centrepiece is Angkor Wat, the world’s largest religious monument and one of the Far East’s must see sites.

What to see

Siem Reap is a cluster of villages with a French colonial centre, and the gateway to the Temples of Angkor. The capital city Phnom Penh enjoys a delightful setting on the confluence of three rivers, and is an interesting mix of colonial buildings, temples, markets and broad avenues.

Tour Collection

Browse our collection of small escorted group tours and luxurious private journeys.

Tailor-Made

Browse our tailor-made section and design a holiday to suit your interests, tastes and budget.

Key Facts

Capital: Phnom Penh
Flying time from London: 13 hours 45 minutes
Time difference: GMT +7
Population: 2 million
Currency: The Riel
Official Language(s): Khmer, Chinese, Veitnamese
Visa (UK Passport Holders): UK travellers must have a passport valid for six months and a tourist or business visa, which can be obtained on arrival for one month.

Before You Go:

First They Killed My Father

Loung Ung (2007)
Ung talks honestly about how her childhood changed abruptly following Pol Pot’s invasion of Phnom Penh in April 1975. Her family were separated and she was trained as a child soldier.

The Killing Fields

1984
A photographer is trapped in Cambodia during tyrant Pol Pot's bloody "Year Zero" cleansing campaign.
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