Cambodia, a country blessed with impressive architecture, culture, and breath-taking countryside has plenty to offer to the travellers. Apart from the capital- Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, remote islands of Koh Rong and the temple town of Siem Reap are worth a visit. We take you through some of the top destinations of the country which you should consider visiting if you have a week to spend here.
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The picturesque Phnom Penh is usually the first stop.
From its splendid Royal Palace, its panoramic riverfront with Mekong River and night markets dotted with mouth-watering Khmer food, this enthralling capital city will charm you for its many myriad shades and leave you impressed with its colonial French architecture, Buddhist culture and Khmer empire.
Not far from Sihanoukville in the Gulf of Thailand is a small remote island that will make you come here again. If you are looking for a peaceful and relaxed holiday in a scenic island with no wifi and unspoilt nature Koh Rong and Koh Rong Sanloem is the destination.
Calm, azure, shiny white, sandy beaches will make you immerse in this vast expanse of seascapes of this beautiful island.
The magnificent temples of Angkor Wat spread across 402 acres are a sight to behold.
Sunrise is extremely beautiful, so several tourists flock in the wee hours just to get a glimpse of the rising sun’s reflection on this architectural masterpiece.