A diverse country rich with ancient history and cultural exploits, Cambodia is a Southeastern Asia destination for travelers looking for the ultimate authentic experience.
It started with a zip line: 1,050ft long and 130ft above the ground.
The GQ guide travelled to Cambodia: Asia's secret gem. Here's where to stay, where to visit and what to eat while you're holidaying.
Chinese Ambassador to Cambodia Wang Wentian (5th L), the Cambodian Tourism Ministry's undersecretary of state Hor Sarun (6th L) and other guests attend the launching ceremony for a guidebook for Chinese citizens to travel in Cambodia at Phnom Penh International Airport in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Aug. 28, 2019.
The last time I visited Siem Reap, about ten years ago, there was pretty much one thing to do: the famous temples of Angkor Wat (which were even then feeling the strain of overtourism).
The site of Modernist mansions on the Cambodian coast is experiencing a revitalisation and return to its glory days.
With its awe-inspiring temples, colorful cafés, and placid waterways, Siem Reap is a jewel of Southeast Asia.
A former governor's mansion and home base for countless news correspondents, the FCC Siem Reap is now a hotel for all.
Book one of the 18 rooms onboard the Avalon Saigon and experience life along the river and the intricacies of an ancient society.
For many years Phnom Penh has been regarded as a business destination with little to offer to those traveling on leisure. However a thriving arts and culinary scene is now offering everything from film festivals to art exhibitions, concerts and some very memorable dining.
The programme called “Give Me Five” is set to increase shopping among tourists from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam (CLMV) along with Indonesia, Malaysia and India.
As stuntman Vimal Gnanavel prepares to traverse international terrain, he shares the journey that led him to this point.
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The ancient temples of Angkor and the rural beauty of Siem Reap province can be enjoyed on horseback thanks to an equestrian centre offering rides on local and Arabian horses breeds.
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It took me over six hours to cycle from Siem Reap to the jungle encased Beng Mealea temple in Cambodia on a journey that would normally take an hour by public transport. Biking through the flat plains of the Cambodian countryside on dusty ochre turf and avoiding the main, paved highway routes. If you are looking for a Beng Mealea tour with an explorative angle – this is it.
From the Mekong Delta to the Southern Islands
Cambodia’s capital city has become a thoroughly modern metropolis.