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Cambodia Tours

Cambodia Tours

Sizzling street food in busy markets, sleepy colonial towns and, of course, the inimitable Angkor Wat

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Cambodia Holidays

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Cycle Indochina & Angkor

14 Days from £ 2,495
£ 2,165

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Cycle through 3 countries from Thailand to Vietnam

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South East Asia Adventure Family Holiday

14 Days from £ 1,799
£ 1,719

Experience an action-packed journey across Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand

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Vietnam & Angkor- Premium Adventure

Premium Adventures

14 Days from £ 3,199
£ 3,039

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

The best of Vietnam plus the Angkor temple of Cambodia


Cycle Indochina & Angkor – Premium Adventure

Premium Adventures

14 Days from £ 3,999
£ 3,899

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Multi-country Asian cycling adventure – Extra meals and hand-picked leaders


Cambodia Adventure

13 Days from £ 1,849

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Explore Cambodia's Angkor temples and rural countryside

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Vietnam & Cambodia Highlights

Hoi An, Vietnam
12 Days from £ 2,349

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Experience the highlights of Vietnam & Cambodia


Thai Indochina Explorer

14 Days from £ 1,795
£ 1,695

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Travel from Vietnam's Saigon to Thailand's Bangkok


Southeast Asia Express

11 Days from £ 1,495

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Discover South East Asia from Ho Chi Minh City to Bangkok


Angkor Wat Extension (from Ho Chi Minh City)

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Why not extend your trip? Discover the fascinating ancient monument, Angkor Wat. 

Join us for the ultimate Cambodia holiday! 


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Highlights of our Cambodia Tours

1) Walking or cycling Angkor Wat: One of the main attractions in Cambodia, this ancient temple is the size of a small city and not to be missed. Set amid jungle expanse, the intricate architecture is among the most iconic in the world. Whether cycling or walking, we’ll give you lots of time to savour your surroundings and you may even catch some stunning sunset views.

2) Cruising along the river at sunset: Cambodia’s rivers are wonderful places to bask in the ambience of a sunset. Join us on the Mekong River or Kampot River, where you might spot an Asian elephant, yellow-cheeked gibbon, or a sun-bathing Asian water monitor.

3) Seeing the Royal Palace: Cambodia’s royal residence is situated in the capital, Phnom Penh. Its stunning architecture and lush gardens make it a world away from the tight, urban sprawl of the city. Make sure you dress respectfully before paying the admission fee.

4) Exploring Cambodian rural life: You’ll see many different sides to the Cambodian countryside. Tours around rice fields, salt fields, and plantations growing fruit and pepper are all vital to the economy and make for a day filled with exciting new scenes and things to learn. If you join us in the province of Kampot, one of the largest producers of durian fruit, you’ll also learn why it’s illegal to bring the fruit indoors in many countries!

5) Navigating the streets of Phnom Penh: What would a trip to Cambodia be without a trip to its bustling capital? One of the best ways to get your bearings is on a cyclo (bicycle rickshaw). You’ll have no shortage of opportunities to get stuck into some of the local cuisines here, and the waterfront bars are a great place to relax and take in the atmosphere.

FAQs about our Cambodia holidays

Why is Cambodia so popular?

Cambodia trips are popular because they offer a bit of everything. Brimming with architectural and natural beauty, you won’t get bored of the sights in this country!

The food is phenomenal, and in recent years, it has become easy to pay for meals and other goods, with many street food vendors even allowing you to make QR-code payments.

There’s also plenty of history to discover, from the 12th century history underpinning Angkor Wat to the gut-wrenching Cambodian Genocide in 1975-1979.

What are the must-see sights in Cambodia?

One of the most popular and not-to-be-missed spots in Cambodia is, of course, Angkor Wat. This massive temple structure started its life in the 12th century as a Hindu temple city, built by Emperor Suryavarman II. By the close of the century, it had become a Buddhist temple. But it’s deceptive to think of this amazing structure as simply an ancient temple; in fact, it covers an area four times the size of Vatican City and was once the heart of the Khmer Empire.

And your Cambodia trip of a lifetime doesn’t have to stop there. The neighbouring town of Siem Reap is an energetic hub of food-tasting experiences and nightlife. You can visit the nearby floating village of Tonle Sap, a local conservation centre with lots of exciting wildlife, or you can even take a zip-line over the jungle canopy.  

A good Cambodia tour gives you a taste of both rural and city living, so the capital city of Phnom Penh is not to be missed! A laid-back attitude and excellent cuisine served by the waterfront in this exciting city characterise Cambodian urban life, and we have no doubt you’ll enjoy every moment.

What's the weather in Cambodia like?

Cambodian weather stays on the hotter side all year. The warmest it gets is typically in March and May, when it can hit around 32°C. December and January are cooler but still comfortably warm at 25°C-30°C. The dry season takes place November-April, making it popular with tourists.

When is it rainy season in Cambodia?

Cambodia experiences the monsoon season from May-October. This isn’t to say you shouldn’t travel during this time, though. You can still catch some sunny skies in the mornings before the afternoon rains, and the grass can look particularly green. This makes for some lovely photos.

What is the best time to visit Cambodia?

This really depends on your personal preferences. The dry season is typically more popular with tourists, though some people treasure the quieter experience of the less-busy monsoon season.

Most tourists find the temperatures of December and January quite balanced and enjoy the lower humidity levels.

What should I wear in Cambodia?

Consider the heat when packing clothes for your Cambodia holiday. Anything made from natural fabrics, like silk, linen, and cotton, will really help keep you cool.

Mosquitos can be a problem, so in addition to a handy bug repellent, you may prefer to wear lightweight, loose-fitting trousers and sleeved tops to keep the bites at bay.

When you visit any places of worship, you’ll be expected to keep legs and shoulders covered up. With long, loose-fitting trousers or a skirt and a loose-sleeved cotton top, you should be well-prepared.

Although Angkor Wat is no longer a practising temple, you still need to abide by the dress code that applies to religious sites in Cambodia. For outfits that don’t cover the shoulders, you’ll need to have a shrug or jacket handy – please note that they may not allow you in if all you bring is a scarf!

How long is the flight to Cambodia?

When you fly to Cambodia from London, there’s a flight time of about 14 hours, including one connection. If you are travelling from another part of the UK, of course, the journey time may differ. Have a look on Skyscanner if you’d like to get a clearer idea.

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