Home to Angkor Wat, the eighth wonder of the world, Cambodia is a striking country worth visiting as much for its people as for its culture. Many people run through this country too fast, ticking Angkor off their list and moving on. Cambodia is home to so much more. Be one of the people that explores Phnom Penh with its rough charm, Koh Rong Samloem with its endless, undeveloped white sand beaches, or the Cardamom Mountains, a wildlife rich rainforest that was once a stronghold for the Khmer Rouge, which fewer than 1,000 tourists experience a year. 

The 15 Best Boutique Hotels for Travelers

Where you kick up your feet at the end of each day and arise the next morning to begin your next adventure, is an opportunity to immerse yourself into a truly authentic travel experience. What better path to discovery is there than to be welcomed by hosts in an abode that reflects the beauty of the locale and the charm of its people? Boutique hotel...
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6 Experiences You Should Try In Southeast Asia

Vietnam - Walking tour of Hoi An Start the day with breakfast at a local restaurant while sitting by the river looking back across to Old Town. With a cool breeze and a delicious bowl of Cao lầu, it's a perfect way to start the day and fuel up for your walk. Embark on the walking tour and explore a residential area where familie...
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Cycle through Angkor Wat

 From tour buses to tuk-tuks, there are many ways to visit Cambodia's treasured Angkor Wat temple complex, but if you're looking for a truly intimate experience immersed in the beauty of Mother Nature and the spirituality of the temples, nothing will bring you closer to this than visiting Angkor by bicycle. More than two million foreigner...
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Why Travel to Cambodia?

Ruins and lake
Cambodia is a striking country worth visiting as much for its people as for its culture. Many people run through this country too fast, ticking Angkor Wat off their list and moving on. But Cambodia is home to so much more in vibrant cities rich with history both ancient and modern, pristine white sand beaches, and passionate welcomin...
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Want a summer getaway? Why not SE Asia!?

Travelers are sometimes hesitant to book a trip to Southeast Asia between April and September, as it is monsoon/rainy season. It is believed that the rain might spoil the holiday. Not so! For those seeking travel without the crowds the ' green season ', as some locals call it, is the time when many SE Asia destinations are at their best.  We h...
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