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7 Best Places to visit in Cambodia | Tired of Thailand? Give Cambodia a go. Here are seven amazing places you've got to visit.

Tired of Thailand? Want to experience a slice of ancient Southeast Asia? Give Cambodia a go.

It may not have the same Full Moon party reputation of its neighbour, nor the historical notoriety of next-door Vietnam. But don't let that put you off exploring this beautiful country, full of ancient temples and stunning landscapes - and there's plenty of cheap beer!

Having brought us the best of Vietnam, our roving reporter Cat McGloin shares her seven must-see places in Cambodia:

1. Phnom Penh

Cambodia's capital teems with tuk-tuk drivers and street food vendors. Weave through the city, spotting roadside pagodas nestled amongst grand French colonial houses. Why not try a local delicacy, deep fried tarantula? When cocktail hour calls, there's no better place to catch a sundowner and appreciate some colonial grandeur than at the Foreign Correspondence Club on the bank on the Mekong River that runs through the city.

2. The Killing Fields

Just outside Phnom Penh lies one of the largest mass graves sites in Cambodia, where it is estimated over one million Cambodians were executed during the Khmer Rouge regime. The scale of the site, coupled with the tales told over your audio guide, is deeply moving and provides real insight in to the country's violent past, as well as the regime's enduring legacy. You can couple your visit here with a trip to Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum by bargaining with a tuk-tuk driver.

3. Angkor Archaeological Park

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is by far Cambodia's, if not Southeast Asia's, largest tourist attraction. Each year thousands of visitors make the short journey north of Siem Reap to visit the magnificent remains of the capitals of the Khmer Empire, dating from the ninth century. Head out before dawn to catch the sunrise behind the site's most famous temple, Angkor Wat. Be sure to check out Angkor Thom, made famous by Lara Croft and the Tomb Raider films.

4. Siem Reap

The drop-off point for Angkor Archaeological Park, Siem Reap has developed into a tourist hub over recent years. Grab a few bargains at the night market, or get a fish pedicure for pennies, before heading to Pub Street for...well the name says it all really! For daytime tranquility, head to Wat Bo Village and relax in the gardens of the oldest Buddhist temple.

5. Sihanoukville

Fondly referred to as 'Snooky', the main reason to stop here is the beaches, beautifully sandy and not as crowded as Thailand's. With six sandy spots to chill out in, you'll be spoilt for choice. Less popular than Victory or Serendipity Beach, Otres Beach is usually quieter and a good spot to try your hand at windsurfing or kayaking.

6. Koh Rong

Forget Koh Samui, Koh Rong is the new desert island paradise. Only accessible by a small local ferry, not many travellers make the short ride out from Sihanoukville to this picturesque spot. With 23 pristine beaches to choose from, you'll be tempted to laze the days away in the sunshine. For the adventurous, there's plenty of opportunities for hiking, diving and snorkelling. You'll find cheap cocktails, tasty Khmer food and the best sunset sea view at Monkey Island.

7. Kampot

Once famous for its salt and pepper production, Kampot is a charming riverside town. Days spent watching the river, slurping noodles in the market and cycling through the hills are what this place was made for. If you're feeling adventurous, take a trip 20km out of Kampot and visit the French colonial ghost town, Bokor Hill Station. Originally a retreat for colonial settlers, it was abandoned when the Khmer Rouge took control of the area in the 1970's and has remained eerily untouched ever since. #travel, #traveltips, #travelnfx, #tourism

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Top 10 Best Places To Visit In Cambodia - Travelers who are bored with the beaches of Thailand or the natural sights of Vietnam may be up for more ancient ruins viewing. In this case, Cambodia can satisfy these urges. Among the best places to visit in Cambodia are also some smaller towns and villages that provide a chance to experience a more traditional way of life, including treks into the jungle and to see even more fascinating ancient ruins:
- Sihanoukville
- Kratie
- Kampot
- Battambang
- Kep
- Angkor
- Phnom Penh
- Koh Ker

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Cambodia, my country. There are so many amazing things to do in Cambodia. The country is great for any travelers who loves beautiful landscapes, delicious food, lots of activities, wonderful people, interesting culture and the list goes on. We participated in the most amazing active adventures.
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#01- Bamboo train in Battambong province
#02- River Cruise in Phnom Penh
#03- Royal palace in Phnom Penh
#04- Rolous Thom natural resort in Oddar Meanchey province
#05- Preah vihear in Preah vihea province (is not available)
#06- Chreav mountain in Kampong Speu province
#07- Otres beach in Sihanoukville
#08- Angkor wat in Siem Reap
#09- Central Market in Phnom Penh
#10- Kep beach in Kep town
#11- National Musem in Phnom Penh
#12- Takhmao zoo in Takeo province
#13- Russian market in Phnom Penh
#14- Kirirom resort in Kampong Speu province
#15- Independence monument in Phnom Penh
#16- Koh Khe in Stung Treng province
#17- Chipat in Koh Kong province
#18- Tatai in Koh Kong
#19- Bou Sra waterfall in Mondulkiri province
#20- Wat Phnom in Phnom Penh

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If you are thinking of going to Cambodia or just stopping by on your SE Asia tour, here are some tips on what you can do and where you can go! Here are some of the things that we did there:

Angkor Wat
Shoot Guns
Killing Fields (Khumer rouge)
Scorpion Snake Liquor
Rent Motorcycles
Tuk Tuk Race
Eat Alligator/Snake
Fish Massage
Volunteer at a school

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Cambodia is an amazing country. But of course we heard different stories: some travelers told us Cambodians are the friendliest people ever! We also heard they are impolite and annoying. So like always – the best way is to find it out yourself: We loved the country and the people, they were really kind.

General Information
To enter Cambodia you need to pay for the visa. This is not a big deal – visa on arrival costs about 30 USD (you have to pay in US-Dollars). When you arrive at the airport of Siem Reap you will even find an ATM next to the immigration desk (fee is 5 USD). And yes, US-Dollar is the main currency in Cambodia which is really strange, but you get used to it. They also use the currency called Riel, but most of the time they only use it as change. 1 USD corresponds to 4.000 Riel (So 1.000 Riel = 25 Cents).

What are the highlights of Cambodia?
In general Cambodia is an easy country to travel around and well connected. We haven’t seen much of the east of the country, so we cannot give you any advice about that. All places we visited we travelled by bus – we always went for the cheapest deals and it was always a save way to travel (regarding Southeast Asian standards, but we have experienced worse). Below you can find our route and highlights of Cambodia.

Siem Reap
If there is any must-see in Cambodia it’s Siem Reap and the temple of Ankor Wat. You need at least one or two days to visit this stunning temple complex. The city itself is quite touristy though, so to experience the real Cambodian lifestyle you either need to get out of the city or visit some other less frequented places of Cambodia. It is definitely worth it to hire some bikes or a scooter and get out of the city center for a while.

That’s why we visited Battambang or Battambong – we wanted to see a ‘normal’ Cambodian city. Battambang is actually not that small, as it is the second biggest city of Cambodia. Of course there are also some tourist attractions you could visit (and especially Tuk Tuk drivers beg you to visit them):
-the bamboo train
-the killing cave
-the bad cave
-the circus

Koh Rong Samloem
Koh Rong is famous! People tell you the sand is white and the parties are wild. Jungle parties, drugs, loud music, so it is actually a little bit confusing, when you start your research about the Koh Rong islands. We read many reviews, talked to people and heard different stories. Some people say it is heaven on earth, on the other hand we heard the parties can be annoying and the beach is dirty. So at the end we didn’t go to Koh Rong, but to Koh Rong Samloem – the smaller island. Compared to the big one, it is relaxed, calm and clean – but no parties (for everyone who is into parties)! Here you can find your inner peace and even the sea is very calm.

Kampot is another great city to experience the relaxed Cambodian lifestyle. You will meet many expats over here as well. One of the highlights is to visit the salt and pepper field. You can book a tuk tuk tour or just hire a bike and go there. On the way you will drive through smaller, poorer villages, but the people are so happy to see you.

Phnom Penh
The capital of Cambodia is huge – this is probably also the reason why many people told us they don’t like Phnom Penh. “It’s dirty and dangerous”. But that’s not true! If you visit the right spots and if you stay at right places, the city is actually quite nice. The Indepence Monument looks great as well as the Royal Palace. Every now and then, when you walk through Phnom Penh you see some nice squares, statues or buildings. It is also the place where you can learn about the sad history of Cambodia – the Khmer Rouge. The Khmer Rouge killed more than a third of the population of Cambodia – also many women and children. It is very hard to understand how this could happen. When you do a Tuk Tuk tour you can visit the Toul sleng Museum and killing fields. Start with the museum on day one. Don’t do both on one day as it is very hard to digest. Our Advice: Read the book ‘First they killed my father’ by Loung Ung.

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s busy capital, sits at the junction of the Mekong and Tonlé Sap rivers. It was a hub for both the Khmer Empire and French colonialists.

On its walkable riverfront, lined with parks, restaurants, and bars, are the ornate Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, and the National Museum, displaying artifacts from around the country. At the city’s heart is the massive, art deco Central Market.

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For a country that endured a horrific genocide only four decades ago, Cambodia has made a remarkable recovery. Now it is widely regarded as one of the must-see countries in Southeast Asia, and it’s easy to see why...

Here are 3 of the top places to visit.

Siem Reap❤️

Siem Reap is renowned as the gateway to the temples of Angkor. The famous temples of the ancient Khmer kingdom sit on the city’s outskirts, and welcome thousands of tourists every day.

The best time to see Angkor Wat, the most famous temple, is either at sunset or sunrise. Not only is the temperature significantly cooler than the scorching midday heat, the view of the temples – which many jostle to see across a beautiful lake – is simply breath-taking.

You can usually book a day trip with a tour operator or a tuk tuk driver to take you to Angkor Wat, and they will take you around the smaller outlying temples, too.

As well as the ancient kingdom of Angkor, the city of Siem Reap itself is worth a day tour. Tuk tuks are cheap to rent, and you can often rent one for a day or half-day to take you around to explore the sites.

At night, the infamous Pub Street sparks into life. As its name suggests, the street offers a variety of bars and restaurants for you to explore. You can buy a can of beer for only
0.50 $ !!! How cool is that!

To fully appreciate and understand the incredible recovery the country has made over the past forty years; a visit to War Museum is a must. A harrowing yet rewarding experience - you can visit the site in a day for only $5 !!

Koh Rong❤️

This island paradise is only reachable by the Sihanoukville ferry. The ferry isn’t a large P&O style cruiser, it’s more like a power boat. So you may have to stomach a rocky crossing depending on how boisterous the ocean is feeling. But the stomach-jerking is well worth it.

The island has only been open to tourists for a decade or so, which means it’s relatively underdeveloped.

But the island is home to some of the most beautiful and unspoilt beaches in Asia.

Although it’s a lot more relaxed than Sihanoukville, the island’s bars tend to stay open until the early hours. The good thing is the main beach community is very small – so it’s only a short walk back to your accommodation after a night of partying! sunset.

Kampot ❤️

Kampot is a collection of peach and faded-yellow French-colonial shopfronts running alongside the Teuk Chhou River. The orderly boulevards are trimmed with trailing vines, tiny cafes and the occasional corner shop. This was once Cambodia’s main port and, as you drive into the city, you’re hit with a multi-story-size clue to the main source of commerce here now: a towering statue of a spiky durian fruit.

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Best known as both the home of the colossal temples of Angkor Wat and for the brutal Khmer Rouge era of the 1970s and later civil war, Cambodian history encompasses both some of humanity's greatest artistic accomplishments and most horrific deeds. The history is what draws most travelers here, but this Southeast Asian nation has more to offer for those who linger longer than a short temple hop to Siem Reap. The coastline of sandy white beaches tempts every sun sloth. Jungle-swathed countryside is geared up for the more intrepid, and the buzzing capital of Phnom Penh envelops visitors in the frenetic pulse of contemporary Cambodian city life. Beyond the temples, and recovering from the atrocities that rained down on the country in the late 20th century, Cambodia is an emerging destination for Southeast Asia travels that manages to charm all who come

1. Angkor Wat (Angkor Archaeological Park)
2. Phnom Penh
3. Sihanoukville Beaches
4. Ratanakiri
5. Battambang

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Welcome to Cambodia! So you are ready for a trip of a lifetime. Here are the things you need to know before traveling to Cambodia.

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This video is aimed at a US audience, but these tips can help everyone.

First, you will need a visitor visa, which is $36 USD and can be purchased online or at the airport with CASH only.

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Next, we visit the Siem Reap airport, which has many conveniences, including chain restaurants like Starbucks. Cambodia is one of a handful of countries that does not have McDonalds.

Now time to talk accommodations. We stayed at the Le Meridien, which is roughly $95 USD per night and comes with spacious rooms that can easily be shared to cut expenses. We chose this option because it is minutes from Angkor Wat. Another option is the Naga Angkor, or the Angkor Heart Bungalows.

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Next, check the travel advisory site before your visit. It will contain any warnings and highlight any vaccines you may need. One precaution you must take is malaria, so bring bug spray.

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Travelers to Cambodia still need to be wary when they head to the beautiful country. If you want to make the most of a trip to Cambodia, here are some simple tips and suggestions to help make it the journey of a lifetime.

1. Don’t Help the Children
Okay, that sounds wickedly insensitive. The kids approaching on the street are likely being forced into begging or selling or even asking for basic needs like milk and books. Those children aren’t getting anything you give them, that's why.

2. Don't wear jewelry
Keep your valuables securely in your pocket until you absolutely need to use them. Don’t carry a backpack or a purse. Leave the jewelry at home. Generally try to affect an appearance of having little to no cash on your person.

3. Don't use your left hand
Just like in a lot of Asian countries, the left hand is considered to be unclean. So, it’s best to avoid indicating objects, greeting people, eating, or basically touching anything with your left hand.

4. Don't forgets pickpockets
If you go to Phnom Penh’s bustling night spots, you'll have a good time. However, take as few valuables as possible, sit with your back to a wall so no one can slink up behind you and be sure to keep a close eye on your cash.

5. Don’t Exchange Your American Dollars For Riels
The currency in Cambodia is the riel. It takes about 4,000 riels to equal a dollar. As a result, even Cambodians don’t particularly care for the riel. Most establishments will happily accept US dollars. Great!

6. Don't be disrespectful
Cambodia is home to the largest religious monument in the world, Angor Wat. The complex actively welcomes visitors, but it’s also a functioning religious site. When you visit, make sure you treat the place with the respect it’s due.

7. Don't speak English with certain people
The most popular language in Cambodia is English. However, con artists and criminals will approach you and strike up an English conversation. If that happens, pretend you speak German. Or French. It’ll make any undesirables go away that much faster.

8. Don't be careless on a Tuk Tuk
These are essentially just carriages strapped to the back of bikes or motorcycles. Some drivers will take you far out of the way and then charge to get you back on the right course. There are more scams, so be careful.

9. Don’t Point at Anything
In Cambodia, it’s pretty easy to make a mistake while gesticulating. Pointing is considered extremely rude. Instead, indicate directions and the like by holding out your open right hand.

10. Don't receive a non-legit Massage
Some of these establishments are legit and you have nothing to fear but the loss of your tension. Others, however, exploit their workers and treat them as virtual slaves. So, if you head to a massage parlor, go to a legit one.

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