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Tours in Cambodia

Cambodia is a fascinating country. On this page we offer 8 great tours in Cambodia. Having been there now 5 times, I can easily say I would love to go back, explore Angkor for the 5th time, cycle along the Mekong river and visit Phnom Penh. Cambodia has more to offer than Angkor, much more.

Ta Phrom in the ruined city Angkor Thom, in CambodiaMy personal experiences are a mix of backpacking and cycling. I've joined tours whenever I felt it was important to learn more about the country. Angkor with a guide can be particularly enlightening.

Below I am offering several tours which are excellent values for traveling in Cambodia. Exotissimo Travel has many more tours in Laos, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and Myanmar available but her we go with the Cambodia tours:

Grand Tour Of Cambodia (13D/12N)

Angkor ruins, Siem Reap CambodiaThe Grand Tour of Cambodia starts in Phnom Penh with visits to the remains of the French colonial days.

Via Kampong Cham you will travel along the Mekong to Kratie where the French colonial architecture is better visible.

You will see so pre-Khmer temples before going to Siem Reap, spending 3 days in Angkor.

A boat ride to Battambang over the Ton Le Sap lake is followed. Battambang is quite well preserved over the years and sees not a lot of tourists.

The journey ends via a visit to Kampong Chhang, Oudong and back to Phnom Penh.

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Village at the Ton Le Sap LakleCambodia Charitable Tour (6D/5N)

The Cambodia Charitable Tour is special designed to let you get in touch with local run charities.

The tour focuses on the north west part of Cambodia with Siem Reap (Angkor) and Battambang.

You will not only visit many local run charities but combine that with visits to Angkor, rural Cambodia and the Ton Le Sap Lake.

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Cambodia Culture & Cuisine (6D/5N)

Learn more about Cambodia's culture, tradition and local cuisine. The tour will bring you to some of the best restaurants in the country and you will learn to cook the Cambodian way.

Visiting villages in the Cambodia Culture and Culinairy tourCulture is not forgotten with a puppet show and a visit to the country's most famous monuments: Angkor which you will see from above in a helium balloon.

The half day Khmer cooking class and tour starts with visiting markets and learn about the local ingredients. Of course you will eat what you cook.

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Classic Crossing Cambodia: Bangkok to Saigon (15D/14N)

Classic Crossing Cambodia from Bangkok to Saigon shows you the best of the best in Cambodia and a little of Thailand and Vietnam.

Kampong Thom riversideThe tour starts in Bangkok and goes via Ban Pakard to Battambang, a less explored route for most Cambodia travelers.

You will see Battambang followed by Siem Reap and Angkor. The tour continues to Kampong Thom and Phnom Penh with it's temples and other sights in the capital.

Via Chau Doc, you will enter the Vietnamese Mekong delta and travel to Ho Chi Minh city with a visit to the Cu Chi Tunnels.

You will be amazed how different Cambodia and Vietnam are!

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Essential Cambodia and Vietnam (12D/11N)

Bayon Temple, Angkor ThomExplore the must see sights in Cambodia and Vietnam with Essential Cambodia and Vietnam.

What is essential in the countries is of course to be disputed but there can be little doubt essential in Cambodia is Angkor and Phnom Penh.

In Vietnam the essentials are Ho Chi Minh City, Hoi An, Hue, Hanoi and Ha Long Bay.

This tour is an excellent introduction into both countries and for sure will be a tour that make you want to come back and explore more.

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Cambodia Heritage (5D/4N)

Kratie French colonial heritageWhat did shape modern Cambodia? The Cambodia Heritage tour will lead you through history via Phnom Penh's historic city to the National Museum.

The museum is an excellent intro in the next stage of the tour: Angkor.

You will visit Angkor and Banteay Srei temple to get a full picture of the power of the former Khmer Empire.

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Coast to Coast Cambodia: Bangkok-Cambodia-Koh Chang-Bangkok (17D/16N)

Angkor Thom, Siem ReapAdventure tour starting in Bangkok which leads to Battambang where you will see some of the country's colonial architecture.

The journey continues to Siem Reap and Angkor.

Via Kampong Thom you will arrive in Phnom Penh you will enter the Kirirom National Park with it's wild life you can explore by ox cart ride and hikes.

The journey ends via Koh Kong and Koh Chang before returning to Bangkok.

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Journey Across Cambodia - Bangkok to the Mekong Delta (15D/14N)

Bakong temple, Roulos Group near Siem ReapTravel from Bangkok to Siem Reap where you will visit the Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom ruins plus the Roulos Group east of the Siem Reap city.

The journey continues to Kampong Thom and Phnom Penh.

Sihanoukville is the place for a little relaxing before going to Kep and cross the border into Vietnam at Chau Doc.

You will see the most interesting parts of the Mekong Delta, visiting local markets and see how the Vietnamese have build their life along the Mekong.

The journey ends in Ho Chi Minh city.

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Cycling in Cambodia

When I visited Cambodia in 1995 the first time, little did I know I would return so often in the following up years. The country has changes and it changed for the better.

The following pages show Cambodia as I experienced it over the years.

Cycling in Cambodia


One of the wonders of the orient, Angkor shows what men have achieved. It's one of the most beautiful ruins you can possibly visit.

Old Khmer capitals entrance

Read all about Angkor and Angkor Wat

and more photos of Angkor

and a lot more Cambodia Travel Information

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