Women's Travel Cambodia

Word of mouth recommendation brings us a steady stream of women travellers, either alone or with friends, who appreciate ABOUTASia's research into crowd avoidance and our empathy with your needs.

Established travel specialists and those with the highest reputations such as 'Venice Simplon Orient Express' trust ABOUTAsia with all of their guests in Cambodia.


Drop me an email and I will address any questions you have concerning travel to Cambodia or Southeast Asia and put together an itinerary for you.

Senior Travel Advisor for 'ABOUTAsia'

Women Travellers with ABOUTAsia

  • Experienced in helping many single women travellers
  • Respected country specialist - trusted by the best.
  • Tailor made cultural holidays to suit your pace and interests.
  • Male and female professional guides.
  • Tried and tested first rate hotels, restaurants & spas.
  • Western managed but based just 4km from Angkor Wat gives unsurpassed local knowledge and pricing.

We will write you a personalized itinerary. Whether you have special dietary requirements, accommodation requests or have special requests for your travel we deliver the Cambodia travel experience that you deserve for a memorable holiday.

Best advice for Cambodian Travel

The most common advice we give our guests, young and old alike is to "slow down". All too often overbusy holidays can turn into a trial to get through rather than a life enhancing experience of foreign cultures. There is so much to see in Cambodia and it is a mistake to try to see everything; to rush around and leave no time for simply sitting on a temple stone or at a cafe and watching the world pass by.

Modern Cambodia for Women Travellers

Cambodia is a now peaceful Buddhist nation rich in culture which rewards a slower form of travel. Unlike travel to some parts of Southeast Asia there is little risk of personal safety in Siem Reap.

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Banteay Samre women traveler with guide

Banteay Samre - lone traveler with guide


A question we are constantly asked: "Is Cambodia safe?". We would ask if your home town is safe? While Cambodia can't forget its recent history, the fact is that Khmers are a very welcoming and generous (Buddhist) people, and if you spend the time to explore rural Cambodia (in particular), some of the poorest people in Asia will not hesitate to share food and drink with you. Some areas of Phnom Penh are not safe at night, as with all large cities, but a lone traveler can generally walk around Siem Reap with no fear - except of being offered rides by moto or tuk-tuk! Of course, if you feel happier with a female guide, then please let us know.

Postcard sellers with women travelers

Women travelers - postcard sellers

Beyond the temples

We understand that architecture and history is not everything to everybody. And while Sihanoukville and the towns of the coast may offer some obvious alternative attractions, what does Siem Reap and Phnom Penh offer? There are some truely first class spas and treatments available, and ABOUTAsia has negotiated some very attractive rates with several spas, and can arrange combination packages, or simply make recommendations when you are here.

While Cambodia is not the retail center that some Asian countries are, Cambodian silk used to have a worldwide reputation, and is now undergoing a renaissance - we can take you to see all aspects of silk prodcution, or just take you to the markets!


Cambodia travel information and Angkor Wat tour specialists ABOUTAsia are based in Siem Reap just 4km from Angkor Wat. At the heart of the organisation is a guiding research centre providing Cambodia vacation advice and industry leading tours planning.


Peerless service standards and local positioning have made us the tour operator of choice by international luxury travel groups and discerning independent travellers to Angkor Wat, Cambodia and Southeast Asia.

Women travel to Cambodia and Angkor Wat by ABOUTAsia