Lavender Jeep has tours to explore the most important areas of Siem Reap, Cambodia
Situated in a suburb of Khemarak Phoumin city is a 20m waterfall, which runs down into a huge pond filled with fish as swimmers hurtle into the water from a rope swing tied to a tree.
Welcome to paradise!” That’s likely to be the greeting you’ll hear when you first step foot on Koh Rong Sanloem… and it’s not far wrong!
The ancient temple complexes around Siem Reap are spread over miles of dense jungle, and rarely explored solely on foot. Fergus Scholes does just that – at speed.
Traveling around Southeast Asia is not complete without visiting the magnificent Angkor Wat temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Angkor Wat has become the national symbol of Cambodia.
Cambodia is amazing and should definitely be on your travel to-do list.
Up to 683,436 Chinese tourists visited Cambodia in the first quarter of 2019, up 35.1 percent over the same period last year, according to a report of Cambodia's Tourism Ministry.
Slow down the pace and enjoy the welcoming hospitality of a very sweet bunch of people.
Traveling by car, train, and bus might be efficient, but it doesn’t always inspire an appreciation of the journey.
Glamping is so last season. Come fly away to a luxe, cunningly conversationist jungle book in the heart of Cambodia.
From sampling rum from Cambodia’s first rum distillery to squid skewers, we’ve rounded up our delicious musts for your trip to Cambodia.
The most striking thing about the series of temple complexes within easy day-tripping distance of the western Cambodian city of Siem Reap may be that Angkor Wat, widely regarded as the jewel in that particular crown, may not be the most impressive of them.
Cambodia's famed Angkor Archeological Park has attracted 973,305 foreign tourists in the first four months of the year, down 7.3 percent compared to the same period last year.
Twenty years after her first train trip through Cambodia, Michelle Jana Chan retraces her route to discover what’s happening to the country’s hidden islands and forests.
There are few places on earth that are as moving as Angkor Wat, a temple complex in Cambodia and one of the largest religious monuments in the world
Siem Reap, Cambodia, ranks first in Southeast Asia, largely thanks to its proximity to Angkor Wat according to a study conducted by online travel platform YouDiscover.
Proudly owned, designed and built by Cambodians, this three-year project saw a riverside hostel torn down and replaced with a shining beacon to the country’s burgeoning creative talent.
For Westerners, Cambodia is included by default on their must-visit list for touring Southeast Asia.
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Until recently, Angkor Wat has always been Cambodia’s biggest draw.