Cambodia is a place where everywhere you go lights up your imagination. From tiny villages around Siem Reap to Phnom Penh’s expansive boulevards, the country is a study in contrasts.  To make Travel Plans to Cambodia- Visit Travel Comparison Website

Cambodia is located in SouthEast Asia it shares its borders with Vietnam to the East, Laos to the North,Thailand to the West, and the Gulf of Thailand to the Southwest. Cambodia tumultuous history makes it ann intriguing destination for travellers. Stand in awe of the architectural achievement of Angkor Wat and contemplate the horrors of the Killing Fields at Phnom Penh.

Cambodia is  vibrant, and gives you unavoidable experience that rubs off on people that travels there.   You will  gland and overwhelmed by the sights and sounds on this Kingdom. It’s a true land of smiles, with an understanding acceptance of the imperfections of life. As a traveler, unless you know the history, you would never expect that these people have had one of the most horrifying histories of any race in the world.


The dominant features of the Cambodian landscape are the large, almost generally located, Tonle Sap (Great Lake) and the Bassac River Systems and the Mekong River, which crosses the country from North to South. Cambodia has undergone many name-changes through the years. It was called the Khmer Republic during its republican years, Democratic Kampuchea under the Khmer Rouge regime, and People’s Republic of Kampuchea under the leftist group called Salvation Front. Today, in its latest government form, it is officially called the Kingdom of Cambodia.


One of the Seven Wonders of the World is Angkor Wat and the reason most people visit Cambodia. Angkor Wat was first a Hindu Temple, then subsequently, a Buddhist temple complex in Cambodia and is the largest religious monument in the world. The entire complex is seeped in history and mysteries and has some of the best religious architecture on offer. Angkor Wat is a symbol of Cambodia, appearing on its national flag, and is the country’s prime attraction for visitors. The entire temple complex is huge and it is impossible to cover it in one day. Passes are available for a single day, three days or a week. Do not miss the sunrise.  If you have a phobia for monkeyes, Beware: They swarm the place and will grab stuff out of your hands.

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