Cruise through the cultural park on the Grand Circuit, pausing at ancient temples and other architectural wonders along the way.
Combine culture and natural beauty — starting with a little relaxation on the strikingly gorgeous archipelago off the Cambodian coast.
Beyond Angkor Wat
Hop off your luxury river boat to explore the small villages of the Mekong Delta; at sunset, rest on a private sandbar in the middle of the storied waterway.
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Delve into the vibrant culture of Cambodia where you can marvel at Angkor Wat, mind-boggling jungle scenery, hidden grottos and delectable cuisine. With chic and stylish hotels popping up all over the country it’s never been easier to move beyond gorgeous Siemp Reap and historic Phnom Penh (but not without stopping for a taste of their offerings first).Click here to learn more.
What People Love About it
- Angkor Wat
- Colonial architecture
- Personable, persevering people
What We Love About it
- Delightful local markets
- Abundance of history
- Emerging hotel scene
We pride ourselves on going the extra mile to find hotel properties that
truly reflect the region. A few of our favourites include...
At 62.4 metres (205 feet) the Aqua Mekong was designed by Saigon based Noor Design and embodies the aesthetic of a sophisticated five-star hotel. Local sustainable materials and artisanal touches of the Mekong’s multifaceted cultures round out these generous interior spaces. Take in the spectacular views of the Mekong and life on the river from the luxury of the dip-pools on board. View hotel website »
Shinta Mani Angkor, Siem Reap
Shinta Mani is a sophisticated boutique hotel in the leafy French Quartier between the Royal Gardens and the Old Market Area. Each room is stylish and comfortable, featuring handcrafted accessories. All rooms have views over the shimmering pool or a private tropical garden. View hotel website »
Phum Baitang, Siem Reap
This elegant hideaway is set within eight acres of lush gardens and paddy fields. The private villas have been built in the style of traditional Cambodian houses, and an ancient farmhouse at the heart of the resort has been converted into a lounge. Rustic furnishings incorporate rattan wing chairs and plush oriental carpets, reminiscent of Cambodia’s golden days. View hotel website »
What Our Travellers Say
So many memorable moments—maybe the most memorable was the ablutions by the Buddhist Monk in Siem Reap!— Donna Jenkins
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