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Take in views of everyday life in the Cambodian countryside, like these rice pickers cultivating their fields.

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CAMBODIA 2 Cambodia Siem Reap Monks

Explore the ancient temples of Angkor Wat alongisde colourful local Buddhist monks.

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CAMBODIA Angkor Tree Roots

Recreate scenes from Tomb Rader at Angkor Thom, one of Angkor's most enchanting and mystical temples. 

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CAMBODIA Sara Dest Puppets

Watch a traditional shadow puppet show, a ancient tradition still alive and well in Cambodia today. 

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CAMBODIA Phnom Penh Kings Palace

Admire the elegant Khmer architecture and design of Phnom Penh's Royal Palace.

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CAMBODIA Phnom Penh

Experience the colours of day to day life in Cambodia's bustling capital, Phnom Penh. 

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CAMBODIA Song Saa Beach

Have a private picnic on one of the many deserted island surrounding Song Saa Private Island.

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CAMBODIA Tbv Deck Overview

Fulfill all your desert island fantasties while staying in one of Song Saa's Jungle Villas.

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CAMBODIA - Song Saa bedroom

Feel the sea breeze from the comfort of your four poster bed at Song Saa Private Island.

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CAMBODIA Girl With Buffalos On Koh Rong Beach

Get involved in local Cambodia life while based at Song Saa Private Island. 

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CAMBODIA Tbv Bathroom A Nice Towel Villa 22

Bathe with a view at Song Saa Private Island.

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CAMBODIA Monks

Not just for honeymoons, Song Saa is able to put on exclusive and intimate weddings for its guests.

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CAMBODIA Song Saa Obv Bathroom Jpeg

Admire the barefoot luxury interiors at Song Saa Private Island, complete with Camobdian art and made with local materials. 

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CAMBODIA 2 Bedroom Over Water Villas

Swim in your private pool or jump directly into the sea from your over water villa at Song Saa Private Island.

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CAMBODIA - Song Saa - evening terrace

Enjoy sun downers as you sway to the breeze at Song Saa Private Island.

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CAMBODIA Sunset In Sihanoukville

Watch the sun go down over Sihanoukville, one of Cambodia's most popular seaside towns.

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CAMBODIA Tonle Sap Lake

Located just outside Siem Reap, Tonle Sap's floating villages are some of the most interesting in Cambodia.

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CAMBODIA Lotus Lake

Be amazed by Cambodia's serene lotus-covered lakes. 

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CAMBODIA Knai Bang Chatt Kep Sunset

Meditate at sunrise on Knai Bang Chatt's sea jetty.

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CAMBODIA Knai Bang Chatt Kep Infinity Pool

Gaze out over the Gulf of Thailand from Knai Bang Chatt's impressive infinity pool.

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CAMBODIA Food

Discover Khmer cuisine. Cambodia's traditional dish is 'amok', where rice and, often, fish is steamed in banana leaves. The result is delicious!

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CAMBODIA - National Museum

A fine example of Khmer architecture with an impressive collection of over 5,000 peices of Cambodia art, we definitely recommend a visit to Phnom Penh's National Museum. 

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CAMBODIA Floating Village Pandaw Cruise

Learn about a completely different way of life at one of Cambodia's many floating villages. 

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CAMBODIA Victoria D Angkor VAK Citroen

Travel around the temples of Angkor in style with one of Victoria d'Angkor's vintage Citroen cars. 

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CAMBODIA Cambodia Bayon

Feel eyes on you from every angle at the enchanting temple of Bayon in Angkor.

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CAMBODIA Angkor Cycling

Explore the expansive Angkor complex by bicycle with one of our local guides.

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CAMBODIA The Amansara Pool

Relax by Amansara's pool, surrounded by tranquil gardens. 

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CAMBODIA Amansara Roof Terrace Siem Reap

Relax in style at Amansara's roof terrace in Siem Reap. The former guesthouse of King Sihanouk, Amansara is Siem Reap's most luxurious hotel. 

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CAMBODIA Amansara

Ride to and from the Angkor temples in one of Amansara's remorques.

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CAMBODIA Angkor Ruins

Be amazed by the ancient temple of Bayon. Dating from the 12th century, Bayon is one of the many temples found at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Angkor.

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CAMBODIA Siem Reap Raffles D Angkor Hotel Pool

After a morning of temples and trekking, relax by poolside at Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor, Siem Reap.

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CAMBODIA Siem Reap Raffles D Angkor Hotel At Night

For an unforgettable experience, explore the temples of Angkor by night. 

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CAMBODIA Victoria D Angkor VAK Saltwater Pool

Go for a dip in the refreshing salt water swimming pool at Siem Reap's Victoria d'Angkor hotel.

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CAMBODIA Angkor Temple

Climb into the heart of Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world, located in Siem Reap.

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Places of Interest

Cambodia is a country of great contrasts. It is home to one of the world’s most awe-inspiring spectacles: the enormous Khymer temple complex on the outskirts of French colonial Siem Reap, of which Angkor Wat is the centrepiece. In museums and at monuments, Cambodia’s own thought-provoking history resonates. The tropical coastal resorts of Cambodia offer a laid-back alternative to the chaotic pace of the colourful capital, Phnom Penh.

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Battambang

Battambang is one of Cambodia’s largest towns, nestled on the banks of the Sangker River. As well as boasting graceful...

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Kampong Cham

Sleepy Kampong Cham is one of Cambodia's largest towns, located on the banks of the mighty Mekong River. Its name...

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Kampot

Kampot is a charming little riverside town on the southern coast of Cambodia, rich in French architecture. It is the...

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Kep

Founded by the French in the 1920s for the colonial administration, Kep was Cambodia's first seaside resort. Today it has...

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Kompong Thom

Kompong Thom is a perfect stopover town between Phnom Penh and Siem Riep. The main features include the double bridge...

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Kratie

Kratie is a small town on the banks of the mighty Mekong River with some of the best sunsets in...

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Mondulkiri

Mondulkiri almost feels like another Cambodia, isolated and windswept, remote and adventurous. Nestled against the border with Vietnam, Mondulkiri is...

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Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is still finding its feet again as Cambodia's capital as years of war have taken their toll. The...

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Rattanakiri

In the far north east of Cambodia is the ruggedly beautiful Ratanakiri province, home to Cambodia’s ethnic minorities, the Kreung...

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Siem Reap

Until recently the one horse town of Siem Reap was just a dusty track with a few shop fronts but...

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Sihanoukville

Sihanoukville is on a small peninsula jutting out into the Gulf of Thailand. Founded by King Sihanouk in 1964 as...

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Song Saa Private Island

Song Saa Resort is located in the warm sapphire waters of the Gulf of Thailand amongst 61 islands, most of...

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Tatai

Tatai is located on the western edge of Cambodia, close to the Thai border and is home to the 4...

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