The Phnom Penh Royal Palace, set in exquisite gardens, is a golden example of Khmer architecture.
A charming and walkable place to recuperate after steamy days exploring Angkor Wat.
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A cruise up the Mekong through lush landscapes with a tragic past.
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Pack your floaty kaftan: the heyday of the 1960s is over, but this is the one place in Kep to relive it.
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Sometimes visiting the horrors of a country's past can act as a warning against letting it happen in the future.
From ancient temples of Angkor Wat to the bustle of Phnom Penh, Cambodia is a country in transformation. Reeling from footprints left by the Khmer Rouge, this is an inspiring place that draws the real traveller at heart. Enjoy cocktails and dine on crabs seaside in Kep, explore local villages and temples in river-side Kampot or find a bargain on the local markets in town. There is something for everyone.