Things To Do In Cambodia - Places to visit in Cambodia | Travel NFX
Book Your Hotel at very cheap Price - Download Our App -
Plan Your Travel -
Book Flight Tickets -
7 Best Places to visit in Cambodia | Tired of Thailand? Give Cambodia a go. Here are seven amazing places you've got to visit.
Tired of Thailand? Want to experience a slice of ancient Southeast Asia? Give Cambodia a go.
It may not have the same Full Moon party reputation of its neighbour, nor the historical notoriety of next-door Vietnam. But don't let that put you off exploring this beautiful country, full of ancient temples and stunning landscapes - and there's plenty of cheap beer!
Having brought us the best of Vietnam, our roving reporter Cat McGloin shares her seven must-see places in Cambodia:
1. Phnom Penh
Cambodia's capital teems with tuk-tuk drivers and street food vendors. Weave through the city, spotting roadside pagodas nestled amongst grand French colonial houses. Why not try a local delicacy, deep fried tarantula? When cocktail hour calls, there's no better place to catch a sundowner and appreciate some colonial grandeur than at the Foreign Correspondence Club on the bank on the Mekong River that runs through the city.
2. The Killing Fields
Just outside Phnom Penh lies one of the largest mass graves sites in Cambodia, where it is estimated over one million Cambodians were executed during the Khmer Rouge regime. The scale of the site, coupled with the tales told over your audio guide, is deeply moving and provides real insight in to the country's violent past, as well as the regime's enduring legacy. You can couple your visit here with a trip to Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum by bargaining with a tuk-tuk driver.
3. Angkor Archaeological Park
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is by far Cambodia's, if not Southeast Asia's, largest tourist attraction. Each year thousands of visitors make the short journey north of Siem Reap to visit the magnificent remains of the capitals of the Khmer Empire, dating from the ninth century. Head out before dawn to catch the sunrise behind the site's most famous temple, Angkor Wat. Be sure to check out Angkor Thom, made famous by Lara Croft and the Tomb Raider films.
4. Siem Reap
The drop-off point for Angkor Archaeological Park, Siem Reap has developed into a tourist hub over recent years. Grab a few bargains at the night market, or get a fish pedicure for pennies, before heading to Pub Street for...well the name says it all really! For daytime tranquility, head to Wat Bo Village and relax in the gardens of the oldest Buddhist temple.
Fondly referred to as 'Snooky', the main reason to stop here is the beaches, beautifully sandy and not as crowded as Thailand's. With six sandy spots to chill out in, you'll be spoilt for choice. Less popular than Victory or Serendipity Beach, Otres Beach is usually quieter and a good spot to try your hand at windsurfing or kayaking.
6. Koh Rong
Forget Koh Samui, Koh Rong is the new desert island paradise. Only accessible by a small local ferry, not many travellers make the short ride out from Sihanoukville to this picturesque spot. With 23 pristine beaches to choose from, you'll be tempted to laze the days away in the sunshine. For the adventurous, there's plenty of opportunities for hiking, diving and snorkelling. You'll find cheap cocktails, tasty Khmer food and the best sunset sea view at Monkey Island.
Once famous for its salt and pepper production, Kampot is a charming riverside town. Days spent watching the river, slurping noodles in the market and cycling through the hills are what this place was made for. If you're feeling adventurous, take a trip 20km out of Kampot and visit the French colonial ghost town, Bokor Hill Station. Originally a retreat for colonial settlers, it was abandoned when the Khmer Rouge took control of the area in the 1970's and has remained eerily untouched ever since. #travel, #traveltips, #travelnfx, #tourism
Art Thomya, a Thai singer/songwriter, will show you the 7 Must-Dos in SIEM REAP, a Khmer ancient town and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Angkor Wat, known as one of 7 Wonders of The World to see before you die, is among stunning places to visit . Art was accompanied by his local friends, who are eager to show you the charms of their hometown. Let's take this journey together!
Book Flight to SIEM REAP from BANGKOK :
Follow Bangkok Airways :
7 Must-Dos in SIEM REAP, Cambodia
#1 Bike Around Town
#2 Ride Remorque (Local Vehicle in Siem Reap)
#3 Stroll along Pub Street & Night Market
#4 Experience Local Life at Wat Preah Ang Thom
#5 Trek to Phnom Kulen Waterfalls and River of Thousand Lingas
#6 Climb Up Phnom Bakheng
#7 Support Cambodian Arts & Crafts
Follow Art Thomya :
#SiemReap #Cambodia #AngkorWat
Cambodia || Kampong Thmor Market || Kampong Thom Province
Kampong Thmor Market is located in Baray District, Kampong Thom Province, Cambodia.
The market sells many agricultural products, river fish of the local, especially insects. The traders are fun, friendly to visitors.
I would like to invite you to visit Kampong Thmor Market to see the market price and shopping.
Cambodia village market, Cambodia rural market, Cambodia market price.
Cambodia Discovery Travel.
This video was made through my perspective as a tourist, only intended to record the beauty of the countryside, the daily life of the people where I have come across.
Thank you for watching and subscription!
Video made by Thuan Van Nguyen.
This video copyright belongs to Thuan Van Nguyen.
Background music from youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
TOP 10 Places to visit in Cambodia
TOP 10 Places to visit in Cambodia. Watch this video and share it with your friend if you like this video please Subscribe My Channel For more video.
KEYWORD: TOP 10 Places to visit in Cambodia.
●Joakim Karud - Waves
●Support Joakim Karud -
10. Preah Vihear
Preah Vihear is a Khmer temple situated atop a 525 meter (1,722 ft) cliff in the Dângrêk Mountains, on the border between Cambodia and Thailand. It has the most spectacular setting of all the Khmer temples. Most of the temple was constructed in the 11th and 12th century during the reigns of the Khmer kings Suryavarman I and Suryavarman II.
Sihanoukville, also known as Kampong Som, is a port city and beach resort on the Gulf of Thailand. The big attraction here are the white-sand beaches and several undeveloped tropical islands. Sihanoukville is a good place to relax and unwind, though be prepared to battle the crows during the high season or a holiday weekend.
8. Tonle Sap
Tonlé Sap is the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia and is of major importance to Cambodia. The lake expands and shrinks dramatically with the seasons. From November to May, Cambodia’s dry season, the Tonlé Sap drains into the Mekong River at Phnom Penh.
7. Silver Pagoda
Located within the Royal Palace compound in Phnom Penh, the Silver Pagoda houses many national treasures such as gold and jeweled Buddha statues. Most notable is a small 17th century baccarat crystal Buddha (the Emerald Buddha of Cambodia) and a life-sized gold Maitreya Buddha decorated with 9584 diamonds.
6. Bokor Hill Station
Bokor Hill Station near Kampot was built by the French in the 1920s to be used as a retreat from the heat of Phnom Penh. It has since been abandoned twice, first in the 1940s when the Japanese invaded Cambodia and again in the 1970s, when the Khmer Rouge engulfed the country.
Kratie is a small town located on the banks of the Mekong River and is dominated by a central marketplace surrounded by old, French colonial buildings. There’s no large scale tourism, but plenty of backpackers pour through here during the peak season.
4. Koh Ker
Koh Ker was the capital of the Khmer empire for a very brief period from the year 928 to 944 AD. In this short time some very spectacular buildings and immense sculptures were constructed. The site is dominated by Prasat Thom, a 30 meter (98 ft) tall temple pyramid rising high above the surrounding jungle.
3. Banteay Srei
Although officially part of the Angkor complex, Banteay Srei lies 25 km (15 miles) north-east of the main group of temples, and therefore often considered a separate Cambodia attraction. The temple was completed in 967 AD and is built largely of red sandstone, a medium that lends itself to the elaborate decorative wall carvings which are still clearly visible today.
2. Bayon Temple
Part of the world famous destination of Angkor, the Bayon temple features a sea of over 200 massive stone faces looking in all direction. The curious smiling faces, thought by many to be a portrait of king Jayavarman VII himself or a combination of him and Buddha, are an instantly recognizable image of Angkor.
1. Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat (meaning “City Temple”) is the most magnificent and largest of all Angkor temples and the top tourist attraction in Cambodia. Built around the first half of 12th century by King Suryavarman II, the temple’s balance, composition and beauty make it one of the finest monuments in the world.
Start exploring Cambodia with Lonely Planet’s video guide to getting around, when to go and the top things to do while you're there. For more travel tips, head to
Cambodia (Asia) Vacation Travel Video Guide
✱ 2.190 Hotels in Cambodia - Lowest Price Guarantee ►
Travel video about destination Cambodia.
The kingdom of Cambodia is one of three nations within Indochina. A fertile country with a friendly population that appears to have forgotten its recent dramatic history that comprised French colonial times, Vietnamese occupation and the cruel rule of the Khmer Rouge.The former palaces of the gods have now been transformed into tourist attractions and regal splendour and shining pagodas indicate that a new era has begun. Phnom Penh is the reawakened capital of Cambodia and former Land of the Khmer. It is a wonderful city with all the charm of a bygone age. During the second half of the nineteenth century Phnom Penh became a French colonial town with wide streets, shops, government buildings, hotels and villas all in colonial style. Within its park-like surroundings the Temple Of The Blooming Lotus Blossom features perfect harmony with nature. The Temples of Angkor are the remains of various religious buildings that were built by more then ten kings of the Khmer realm between the seventh and sixteenth centuries A.D. The Ta Prohm Monastery was built in 1186 in honour of the king’s mother and was the centre of the health care for the entire country. Twenty kilometres north east of Angkor Thom are the remains of the ancient sanctuary of Bantey Srei, also known as, The Women’s Citadel. To many visitors to Cambodia this unique and atmospheric temple site is the most impressive of all the country’s historic monuments. Cambodia is a country that is slowly awakening with a population that is willing to forget its past and look optimistically into a bright new future. After thirty years of strife and deprivation this south Asian jungle realm is today a fine tourist destination that is friendly, natural and unspoiled.
Watch more travel videos ►
Join us. Subscribe now! ►
Arcadia Television Live TV:
Be our fan on Facebook ►
Follow us on Twitter ►
Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated!
Please: respect each other in the comments.
Expoza Travel is taking you on a journey to the earth's most beautiful and fascinating places. Get inspiration and essentials with our travel guide videos and documentaries for your next trip, holiday, vacation or simply enjoy and get tips about all the beauty in the world...
It is yours to discover!
Siem Reap: 10 Best Attractions | Cambodia
Siem Reap: 10 Best Attractions | Cambodia
As Cambodia’s unofficial tourism capital, Siem Reap boasts hundreds of natural and man-made attractions such as breathtaking temples, well-preserved colonial buildings, unique museums, cultural theme parks, expansive lakes and verdant mountains.
Please Subscribe, Comment, Like & Share!!
Phnom Santuk, Kampong Thom, Cambodia, 2012
Another Phnom with great carved in the mountain rock Buddha statues from the 10th century.
HOW EXPENSIVE IS CAMBODIA IN 2019 I PHNOM PENH
How expensive is Cambodia and Phnom Penh? We tried to make our basic day and show you our budget for one day in Phnom Penh. We explain prices from food, accommodation and more in Phnom Penh.
If you enjoy this video please give it a thumbs up leave a comment and subscribe to follow our adventure. If you’re new here you should definitely catch up on our vlogs starting from Sri Lanka.
Let us know what do think about our adventure. Feel free to ask any question you have in your mind ❤️
#kristynaandromain #howtotravelcambodia #howexpensiveiscambodia
Second Main Camera:
All above are affiliate links which means that if you purchase something through one of our links we will get a small percentage of the fee. Without any additional cost to you.
If you still didn't try Booking.com for reserve your hotel you can get 15€ discount if you click on this link. We also get a discount. It's a win-win.
Welcome to our channel!
We're Kristyna and Romain couple who decided to quit daily jobs to travel the world. We're from Czech Republic and France. It's been several years we were thinking about traveling the world but like everybody we're scared to make it happen. We are on our adventure since April for one year in Asia. We're happy to share our travel with you by daily vlogs. If you want to join us on our adventure you should definitely subscribe to our channel. Don't miss any of our experiences on the way!
“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” – Neale Donald Walsch - It's exactly what we want to do. Try new food, be adventurous, make new friends and explore our beautiful planet.
S'ang Mountain Tourism Site, Attraction at Kandal Province in Cambodia
If we travel from Phnom Penh city to National Road No.2 then continue on National Road No.21 to Saang district at Kandal Province. It's just 25Km. south of Phnom Penh city, there's a small path on the right just one block after Saang Market and one block before Hun Sen Saang High School and Saang District office, there's a small path on the right heading to Saang Phnom Tourism Site, the entrance is at a small local market and Saang Pagoda's gate. I drive my motorcycle there and took about 50min to get there. It's a beautiful mountain with small temples on the top where people like to get up there and relax for fresh-air. After relaxing on the mountain, people like to walk around the street food market to get what they like to eat as they have fry snails, fried crabs, grilled chicken, grilled stuffed frogs, red ants and red ants egg and sit at the cottages for lunch. It's a really beautiful and breathtaking place to be on the weekend. I flew my drones up in the sky to capture the fields, plantations, the villages, lake around the mountain and Saang Mountain. S'ang Phnom Tourism Site is located at Trek Ron village, Prek Koy commune, Saang district, Kandal province in Cambodia, Southeast Asia.
I hope that you enjoyed watching this video.
You can click Subscribe to receive update videos.
If you have any comments, please write them down below.
If you enjoyed the video, please click LIKE or SHARE it.
This video can view @
Check out my channel @
This channel is creating to promote Travel & Tourism of Cambodia, a small country border to Thailand, Vietnam, and Lao in Southeast Asia. Angkor Wat temple is the most well-know tourist site in Cambodia. We rich in natural resorts, mountains, waterfalls, sea, river, secret culture, and lifestyle. I sure hope that you will support and enjoy my efforts in this channel. Thank you!!