- Martin Buber
Travel to and around Cambodia becomes easier every year, thanks to improving road networks and airport investments. When planning your Cambodian travel however it pays to be mindful that until 1993 the country was in turmoil and the tourist infrastructure is still developing.
Most of our guests travel to Cambodia by air. Siem Reap and Phnom Penh are both well served with connections to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, the major regional transport hubs, as well as China, Korea and Vietnam which can be convenient for travelers from the West Coast of America. Please note that we are unable to book long haul tickets originating outside Cambodia.
Many of the best experiences are to be had away from the crowds and that requires coordination of guides, boats, cars and even helicopters for the more adventurous. Benefit from our local position, based in Siem Reap, to make your vacation extraordinary. As us about vehicles for touring Cambodia.
Traveling to Cambodia by bus, car or boat is becoming more popular for people taking longer tours of Southeast Asia. Overland travel to Cambodia allows a much more intimate feel for the countries and their peoples, and of course is more environmentally friendly. There are good road routes into Cambodia from Vietnam and Thailand. We often arrange to meet travelers at the Bavet (on the Phnom Penh-Ho Chi Minh City route) or Poipet (Bangkok-Siem Reap) border crossings. Traveling from Chau Doc in Vietnam to Phnom Penh by boat can also be a wonderful way to enter the country.
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.