Take a boat journey on Tonle Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. The region is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve for its rich and varied ecosystem. It features colourful floating villages and stilt-houses like those at Kompong Phluk. With over 100 species of fish, crocodiles, snakes and around 200 plant species,Tonle Sap Lake is a natural paradise.
The Angkor Wat temple complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Covering an incredible 402 acres of land, it's the most massive religious monument in the world. The complex, built in the early 12th-century, showcases the classical style of Khmer architecture. It's an iconic symbol of Cambodia and the country’s must-see attraction. For stunning views, visit at sunrise.
One of the country's most important museums, the National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh is home to one of the world's most extensive collections of Khmer artefacts. Journey back in time and explore over 14,000 items from the prehistoric era to the Khmer Empire and beyond. Admire artworks, sculptures, ceramic works and historical bronze objects.
The well cared for coral reefs around Song Saa Private Island and the nearby islets are the perfect habitat for colourful tropical fish. Take to the crystal-clear waters with a snorkel and discover the magic under the gentle sea. You could swim with damselfish, parrotfish, seahorses, spotted rays and even sea turtles.
A short distance from Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom is considered the last great capital city of the Khmer empire. Established in the late 12th-century, a towering square wall featuring stone tower gates and carved faces surrounds this historical city. Inside, you'll find historically significant monuments like Baphuon, Bayon, Phimeanakas, Royal Enclosure and Terrace of Elephants.