Nature and Wildlife in Cambodia

When most people think of Cambodia, they think of Angkor Wat and ignore the country's diverse flora and fauna. Though the “Land of the Khmer” is known for its spiritual wonders, it is also a place for natural wonders such as the mighty Mekong River, miles of untouched beaches, and tropical rainforests and jungles.

A Guide to Visit Kulen Mountain

Phnom Kulen is a dense, green canvas of jungle that dresses a mountainous plateau that extends far out over the horizon. It’s about 50 kilometers north of Angkor Wat in Svay Leu District.

Phnom Krom: Best Place to See Sunset in Siem Reap

There are many wonderful places to watch the sunset in Siem Reap. Phnom Krom, on the other hand, is by far the best location because of the stunning views of the Siem Reap landscape, and the sun reflecting off the Tonle Sap lake.

Must-visit Temples in Angkor Archaeology Park

According to research, Angkor with its countless temples was once the largest pre-industrial city. Today the area is Cambodia's most important tourist attraction. What do you think King Suryavarman II thinks about selfie sticks?

Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center

Cambodia's wildlife is generally very difficult to locate, as giant mammals populate the remote areas of the country. Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center is the ideal station to find out more about Cambodia's amazing community of animals.

Tonlé Sap Biosphere Reserve

Tonle Sap Lake is a huge lake area located in central Cambodia, with a changing surface depending on the time of year. In Cambodia, it is known as the “great freshwater river”. This name suits it as it is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. UNESCO recognized it is as a Biosphere Reserve, which offers very pleasant possibilities for a solidarity trip that will directly benefit the populations that reside there.

When the best time to visit Cambodia?

Cambodia is a really fantastic country full of exciting experiences. From Angkor Wat temple complex, characteristic cities such as the picturesque Siem Reap and the lively Phon Penh, green landscapes with mountains and jungles, a portion of fantastic food ...................

Kampong Khleang Floating Village

Unlike other floating villages in Siem Reap, Kampong Khleang is a destination that still maintains a good representation of the local way of life and allows you to enjoy a wonderful day on the shore of the lake.

A Guide to Visit Banteay Srei Temple

A little further out than the other temples, Banteay Strei is an architectural marvel, and its ornamentation is among the best-preserved. A place that you cannot miss on your tour of the Angkor temples.