Cambodia’s unbeatable natural settings are home to some of the rarest animals in the world.
The Mekong River Irrawaddy Dolphins, characterized by their short beak and bulging forehead, call a nearly 200-meter stretch of the Southeast Asian river home.
Battambang is a riverside city with stunning French colonial architecture, mellow cafes and a unique mix of classic Cambodian style and modern upgrades.
If you’re not in a hurry to reach the city, opt for the eight to 10-hour boat trip past floating villages and breathtaking scenery from Siem Reap to Battambang.
There’s no doubt the people of Cambodia will make your travels more fulfilling.
Angkor Wat is the national symbol of Cambodia and the reason most tourists travel to the country.
Visitors have the chance of seeing rare animal species like elephants, tigers, sun bears, giant ibises and clouded leopards.
The national park offers one of Cambodia’s top ecotourism programs, so you can embark on adventurous treks safely with knowledgeable, English-speaking guides.It offers one of the world’s largest collections of Khmer sculptures and cultural material.The museum successfully preserves Cambodia’s rich heritage while educating and inspiring its visitors.This region, stretching from Koh Kong to the Gulf of Kompong Som, offers some of the country’s most impressive natural wonders.The Cardamom Mountains, with thousand-meter-high peaks, nearly 20 major waterways, massive virgin rainforest and roughly 60 threatened animal species, offer natural sightseeing that is tough to rival anywhere else in the world.I chose to use the same tuk tuk driver for my entire visit to Angkor and Siam Reap, which was incredibly handy when it came to fending off the hoards of other drivers hoping for business at the temple.