Cambodia is a small country with a relatively long history behind it. Currently catching up to be a modernized state, Cambodia was once witnessed to Asia's early known civilizations, the mighty Khmer empire of Angkor, whose temples from ancient times still stand and bedazzle Cambodia with much charm– as well as reeling in tourists by the millions. Away from the popular temples and prying eyes, most of Cambodia is still unexplored, which makes any visit more exciting, it may give you a surprise or two if you wander enough.

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  • Angkor Temple Complex, the world-famous heritage site spread over 160 km, forms the heart of the Cambodia tour. You will need around 2-3 days to fully explore this one of the world’s greatest archaeological sites. Sunrise or sunset at Angkor Wat, the largest among these with other vital structures being the Bayon and Ta Prohm, offers unusual photograph settings and genuinely fulfilling experience.

    Witness the Sunrise at Angkor Wat
  • Explore the lesser-known ruins of Battambang to experience the historical sites in the Cambodia tour. The Barseat temple, the Wat Ek Phnom, the Ba Nan Temple, and Prasat Snung offer a fantastic view of the beautiful culture of Cambodia.

    Explore the Ruins at Battambang
  • Any travel expedition is incomplete without the taste of the regional food. Cambodia has many kinds of seafood, meat, and fish dishes on its menu. Local Cambodia cuisine has various hidden elements like the famous fish paste, which renders a distinct flavor to the dishes. Visit a local market where this incredible fish paste is made.

    Dig in the Famous Fish Paste

Bucket List Experience

Siem Reap | Bucket List Group Travel

Siem Reap

Yes, Siem Reap is the closest city to the world-famous Angkor Vat, which has led to the rise of many 5-star hotels and elegant accommodations here. But that is not all as Siem Reap is also home to the biggest sweet water reserve in South East Asia- the Tonle Sap Lake. The expanding town is also famous for shadow puppet shows and a lovely old market. Delve in the atmosphere, enjoy the local cuisine and soak in the colorful shops of the place.

Battambang | Bucket List Group Travel


Battambang, which the second largest city of Cambodia, is a great place to experience the real Cambodia. The area bears testimony of strong French presence in the form of well-preserved French Architecture. The location is marked for the various statues on streets and buildings. You could also visit the Ek Phnom temple, Wat Ek Phnom, Wat Banan Temple at a hilltop, and visit the somber Killing Fields and Caves here. Don’t miss out on the folk dancing in the region and the friendly local people.

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Kep was once a famous beach town destination that left behind abandoned French villas and even a deserted palace. However, several guesthouses and bungalows are appearing in this beautiful town. The seashore with mangroves and black rocks, giant statues, and huge sidewalks present a pleasing set up for a perfect holiday in Cambodia. Make sure you taste the fantastic seafood and visit the deep jungles of the National park here.

Kampot | Bucket List Group Travel


Kampot is one of the towns in Cambodia, which still has an old-world charm about it. The city was earlier famous for supplying pepper to the French, but now the popularity has shifted to local fruit, Durian plantations. The fruit has a pungent and quite different taste. The Bokor Mountain Range and beautiful French architecture provide an excellent ambiance to relax. You should also try the traditional massage by blind masseurs and masseuses as a part of the local charity initiative.  

Koh Rong Samloem | Bucket List Group Travel

Koh Rong Samloem

Koh Rong is a beautiful island for a perfect beach holiday in Cambodia. The white sand, turquoise green water, and deep forests comprise the beauty of the island. The place forms part of the Cambodia itinerary much later, leaving a lot of opportunities for new adventure tours for you. Explore the dense jungles, learn the history of Cambodia, or simply relax on the beautiful beach for a perfect Cambodia tour. If you are into diving, the place is ideal for snorkeling with the presence of bioluminescent planktons.

Phnom Penh | Bucket List Group Travel

Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is a combination of active urban life and deep Cambodian history. The city is dotted with beautiful historical sites, colonial architecture, as well as international discos and restaurants. The meeting point of the three rivers, Mekong, Bassac, and the great Tonle Sap, adds to the beauty of the city. Few of the must-see places in Phnom Penh are the Royal Palace, Wat Phnom, Silver Pagoda, and the Killing Fields, which allow a glimpse of the tragic history of Cambodians.

When to Visit

Peak Season

The best time you can visit Cambodia is between November to March as the dry season is from November to May. But you could also visit the place between May to October if you don’t mind the rain.

Travel Guide


Cambodia located in the south part of the Indochina peninsula of South East Asia. The Southeast Asian Nation is bordered by Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and the Gulf of Thailand.

Capital City

Phnom Penh is the capital and also the largest city in Cambodia.

Main Airport

The largest airport in Cambodia is the Phnom Penh International Airport. The Siem Reap International Airport and the Sihanoukville International Airport are two other major airports.

Language Spoken

Khmer is the primary language in Cambodia. English, as well as French, is spoken here.


Riel (KHR) is the Cambodian currency, though US dollars and Thai Baht are also accepted in many places in Cambodia.


Cambodia provides visa-on-arrival to most of the foreign nationals, including passport holders of USA, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Additionally, you could also obtain an e-visa in advance. For assistance regarding the procurement of visa, you can contact


Electricity supply is more or less regular, with a few issues regarding shortage. However, most of the hotels are equipped with power back up, providing relief to tourists.


As a precaution, vaccinations for Typhoid, Tetanus, Hepatitis A, Polio, and Diptheria are recommended. Consult your doctor for further information regarding vaccinations and do carry anti-malaria tablets.

Emergency Calls

The emergency numbers in Cambodia are 119 for ambulance and 117 for police hotline, apart from others.

FAQs about Cambodia

What is internet access like in Cambodia?

The internet access is good in Cambodia, especially in urban areas. Most of the mobile operators offer 4G services that too at a cheap rate. Many hotels, guesthouses, cafes, and restaurants offer free wifi.

Can I use my mobile/cellphone while in Cambodia?

There are five mobile networks in Cambodia- Metfone, Beeline, Mobitel/Cellcard, SmartMobile, and Excell, though Excell requires buying a particular phone.

What are the toilets like in Cambodia?

There are both western and squat toilets in Cambodia. You should carry toilet paper and soap wherever you go.

Can I drink the water in Cambodia?

Do not drink water directly from the tap in Cambodia. Instead, opt for purified water available in the hotel. However, the best thing is to stick to mineral water.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Cambodia?

Yes, credit cards are accepted in most of the places in Cambodia.

What is ATM access like in Cambodia?

ATM centers are widely available. However, it is advisable to carry sufficient cash on tours.

What to wear in Cambodia?

Pack comfortable and light clothes as the weather is warm in Cambodia but avoid too short or too tight clothes. Also, when traveling to Cambodia, your travel itinerary will include temples, so make sure you carry some modest garments in your bag.

Is Cambodia safe for women to travel solo?

Cambodia is considered safe for women who are traveling alone as long as she wears decent clothes and sticks to marked paths. Also, it is advised to keep your bag close to you when prying outside.