The extravagant Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, in the heart of Phnom Penh, are home to fabulous murals and a treasure-trove of Khmer sculpture.
Blissfully unhurried southern backwater with a plethora of idyllic guesthouses and restaurants beside the Kampot River.
One of the smallest but most perfect of all Angkor’s temples, constructed from delicate rose-pink sandstone and covered in a positive riot of intricate carvings.
This unforgettable temple, crowned with soaring towers and embellished with intricate bas-reliefs, represents the zenith of Khmer architecture.
Sihanoukville’s furthest flung beach is mellower (and prettier) than its sandy in-town siblings; perfect for a few days of idle beachcombing.
These rare mammals live in small groups along a stretch of the Mekong in the northeast.
Harrowing monuments to Cambodia’s grisly past during the Khmer Rouge’s murderous rule.
Angkor’s greatest walled city, entered through magnificent gateways and housing some of the country’s finest monuments, including the haunting Bayon.
Some of the country’s most stunning art, including ancient statues, are on display in Phnom Penh’s National Museum and the Angkor National Museum in Siem Reap.
Khmer classical dance at its most elegantly stylized, with beautifully costumed performers evoking the legendary apsaras of Hindu mythology.
The watery heart of rural Cambodia, this miniature inland sea is dotted with dozens of traditional floating and stilted villages, many inhabited by the country’s ethnic Vietnamese.
A village community project in the southern Cardamoms offering homestays, birdwatching, mountain biking and trekking.
Walking with the elephants in Mondulkiri, gibbon-spotting in Rattanakiri, birdwatching around the Tonle Sap – Cambodia offers a wealth of natural attractions.
Cambodia’s cuisine offers plenty of surprises – and there are numerous courses available to help you unravel the secrets of Khmer cooking.
Abundant wildlife, secluded beaches and bays, and the beautiful mangrove-fringed Prek Touek Sap River.
Wonderful Phnom Penh city market, packed with vibrant silks and curios.
Trek into the forested highlands of Rattanakiri, home to tall trees, rare wildlife and the indigenous chunchiet.
Magnificent Angkor temple on a mountaintop near the Thai border.