Cambodia is curious, a beautiful enigma that keeps its fascinating secrets close, revealing them only to those that dare to trek further and delve deeper. Though so many associate Cambodia with the famed temples at Angkor Wat, Cambodia is also blessed with beautiful beaches, remote islands, rivers, colonial towns, dense jungles and an extremely interesting culture and history just waiting to be explored through its friendly people.
Capital: Phnom Penh
Currency: Cambodian Riel (KHR)
Country Code: +855
Do I need a Visa? Visas are required for many countries, best to check https://www.evisa.gov.kh for the current requirements for each individual country
How will I charge my devices? Cambodia’s electrical current is 220v, 50 Hz
How do I get there? Well, if you’re heading to Phnom Penh (PNH) and flying from…
New York: 18 hours
Los Angeles: 17 hours
Toronto: 18 hours
Sao Paulo: 21.5 hours
London: 13 hours
Geography: Located on the south-east Indochinese peninsula, Cambodia shares its borders with Thailand to the West, Thailand and Laos to the North and Vietnam to the East. The Gulf of Thailand lies to the Southwest. The country has a coastline of 435 km and the two dominant topographies varying from coastal plains to mountain ranges.
Time Zones: GMT +7
How's the weather? Cambodia has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons: dry from October to May and rainy from June to October. During the rainy season it usually rains only in the evening or very early in the morning. Temperatures are warm all year long.
The ultimate in Spa Spirituality – spend the night at Angkor and treat yourself to a sublime series of treatments inspired by ancient rituals
Make music with locals and participate in making your own versions of traditional Cambodian handicrafts in a beautiful village where time has stood still
Visit local markets with top native chefs and cook traditional meals with them in a unique outdoor kitchen
Discover the fascinating floating villages and markets along the lake whilst on a relaxing boat cruise
Take a private tour of the abandoned royal city of Oudung, explore its temples and the local pottery villages and the seemingly endless rice fields
Leave your footprint with a visit to a local children’s home or make a difference with a community project endeavour
Special Cambodian pre-departure gift delivered to your door before you embark upon your journey.