5 reasons to travel to Cambodia

Indigenous Cambodia is attracting more and more tourists. Mystique temples and special cuisines. What is more?

1. Indigenous tourist attractions in Khmer’s land:

Recently, Cambodia has become “a rising star” in Asia’s tourism as Cambodian started to do tourism in a more professional way. Hence, this country’s appealing places are indigenous but can assure the convenience for their tourists. Standing at the top of the list must be Angkor Wat – capital temple, magnificent and sacred in every scene. This 900-year-old temple is the surviving remain of a great religious, social and administrative metropolis after devastating wars and conflicts in this country. Indochina holidays and Cambodia

Angkor Wat in the sunset is a must-see scene in your life

Angkor Wat in the sunset is a must-see scene in your life

If you are interested in temples and religions, you cannot miss other fascinating destinations in Cambodia such as Koh Ker – the former capital of Khmer, Silver Pagoda within the Royal Palace compound in Phnom Penh, Preah Vihear – which has the most special location and setting in Cambodia. And to blend in Cambodian lifestyle, you can take a tour to Tonle Sap – the biggest lake in Cambodia, also the most densely populated place with floating markets.

2. Special but familiar cuisines:

Cuisines in Cambodia are combinations of many other food cultures. Thai people will find Cambodia’s food familiar because of the spicy and sweet taste but people in Cambodia eat less chilly and coconut milk than in Thailand. Indian people will find their ancestor’s influence in this country with curry dish. French and people from other Western countries can also find Western typical food in every Cambodian’s typical breakfasts: baguette with some slices of ham served with milk coffee. And like any other South East Asian country, rice is famous in Cambodia. Tours in Cambodia

 Everyone can find a way home in Cambodia’s cuisines.

Everyone can find a way home in Cambodia’s cuisines. 

3. Low cost:

Another important reason to travel to Cambodia is the low cost spent here. The fee for accommodation in Cambodia is variable but comparatively lower than fee in neighboring countries. If you stay in the countryside, it will cost only US$5 but US$5 – 20, depending on the services, and can be US$100 in branded five-star hotels. When it comes to food, with US$2-5 on the street-vendors or US$7-10 in riverside restaurants, tourists will be full. Transportation in Cambodia is also cheap. Only US$5-7 by taxi from airport to city center, which is about 10 kilometers. And if you are in a Mekong boat tour, we highly recommend travelling from Vietnam with a luxury Mekong cruise from Hochiminh city to Phnom Penh which is a hot deal.

A tourist is trying to drive a tuk-tuk in Cambodia

A tourist is trying to drive a tuk-tuk in Cambodia 

4. Friendly and kindhearted people

Cambodian people mainly live in floating market and country side or originated from these areas. They are friendly and kind-hearted people. Even when they cannot speak English, they will try to explain to you or help you in some ways. Tourists leaving Cambodia usually leave their compliments for smiley, welcoming Cambodians.

Cambodian children love foreigners’ camera

Cambodian children love foreigners’ camera 

5. Safe and sound:

Overcoming a painful and traumatic history, Cambodians know the value of peace. That is the reason why you do not have to worry about conflicts or terrorism in this country. It is a calm and harmonious destination for anyone from any religion or any part of the world.

Many tourists travel to Cambodia to relieve their stress

Many tourists travel to Cambodia to relieve their stress 

Cambodia is becoming the ideal next destination for many tourists around the world. Why not booking with us today with relatively low fee and caring services?

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