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Comprehensive resource of up to date Cambodia travel tips and insights. As our itineraries are all tailor made they naturally include the latest information for your advantage to keep you ahead of the guide book crowds. A sample of typical itineraries is useful to help you plan your time in Cambodia.
Our 'Travel Guide to Cambodia' written by expatriates from their travels around the country contains the latest tips and insights.
Unexpected discoveries is of course one of the most rewarding aspects of independent travel, but some hints as to where to find this treasure can be welcome now and again. My team and I live and work in here in Siem Reap and have compiled our suggestions for best eating, drinking, spas and entertainment for your benefit from our travels around the country.
ABOUTAsia is based in Siem Reap, the home of Angkor Wat, so we are privileged to be able to keep this part of our Cambodia Guide right up to date. Culturally rich and diverse, there is a wide range of nightlife, restaurants, massages and more to keep the most demanding traveler entertained.
The capital of Cambodia is a city of 2m people with that buzz of a young population on the move. Huge traditional markets, luxury spas, and great opportunities for dining and drinking all bring Phnom Penh alive. We can not cover everything of course but here are a few of our recommendations from the Phnom Penh section of our Cambodia Guide.
Sihanoukville has a reputation for appealing principally to the backpacker market but it remains a great base from which to discover beautiful beaches, pristine undeveloped islands and national parks. The atmosphere is laid back and lets you go at your own pace - relax on a beach, try the BBQ squids or find nightlife until late.
Tranquil Battambang will bring out the explorer in you and is often best discovered with the help of a local Cambodia guide. The city is spread out and surprises can be found where you least expect them. The surrounding countryside is a true Southeast Asian garden paradise and is considered the main agricultural centre for Cambodia.
Kep and Kampot benefit from coastal locations in southern Cambodia. Kep especially has interesting scenery in the hinterland, welcoming locals and fresh seafood especially the local crabs or shimps with Kampot pepper. If just easy going relaxation isn't enough you can find more ideas to keep you busy from our travel guide to Cambodia.
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