Cambodia has a lot to offer travellers including marvellous tropical beaches and breathtaking temples.
Every part of this country has its own set of tourist attractions. These include the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat and the Royal Palace located at Phnom Penh.
To begin your journey, go to Siem Reap, which is one of the most rapidly growing cities in the country. Here, you will find 5-star hotels and the ruins of Angkor at the north of the Tonle Sap Lake. Angkor is one of the main attractions of Siem Reap and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Here, you will find awesome lotus-like towers that stand 65 metres from the ground. Other famous attractions that you shouldn’t miss are the Bayon and Ta Prohm.
Ta Prohm is an iconic destination located in the Cambodian jungle. Here, you can discover a battle between nature and architecture where temples and ruins have been overtaken by the well-established root systems of the surrounding jungle. Ta Prohm is a truly sensational sight to behold.
If you are looking for white sand beaches and tropical islands, don’t miss Sihanoukville. When you go to Cambodia, you should include Tonle Sap, which is the biggest freshwater lake in the whole of Southeast Asia. Other famous hotspots are the Bokor Hill Station, Silver Pagoda, Irrawaddy dolphins at the town of Kratie, Koh Ker and Banteay Srei.
When it comes to Cambodian food, the must-try local dishes include Bai sachchrouk, fish amok, Khmer red curry and Khmer beef salad.
The beautiful landscapes of the different tourist attractions, as well as the delectable dishes are not the only things that you should look forward to when you visit Cambodia. You can also try different activities here including scuba diving, cycling across the countryside, hiking at Siem Reap, strolling in the Bokor National Park and kayaking at Kampot River.
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