Cambodia

Officially known as the Kingdom of Cambodia, this ancient land’s history dates back thousands of years. Once home to Southeast Asia’s first Khmer people, today Cambodia has 24 provinces that are divided into four regions. Comprising low lying plains, mountains, highlands, national parks, coastlines, the Mekong River and the distinguishing Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia’s most appealing draw is indisputably the infectious spirit of its benevolent people.

The Eight Wonder of the World Angkor Wat, and other superb Khmer Empire temples and monuments abound just minutes from the vibrant provincial capital Siem Reap. Situated in Angkor Archaeological Park and the nation’s top attraction, they are more than just remarkable. They are astounding. Nestled along a river, the capital city Phnom Penh has its own charismatic charm, with a burgeoning food and nightlife scene, and cultural highlights. Seaside seekers are discovering the small coastline towns along the south including Sihanoukville and Kep. Ecotourism adventure amid wilderness and wildlife can be found around the Cardoman Mountains, whilst ethnic groups and a plethora of nature attractions dot the northeastern region. Experience unmatched charm in an enigmatic kingdom—the adventure is beguiling.