Cambodia offers an abundance of unforgettable experiences that sometimes change our lives. Its raw beauty is there to be touched, experienced, lived – and never forgotten.
Visit a signature Phnom Penh landmark found on Sothearos Boulevard close to the riverfront. The building was in a dilapidated state, but recently renovated to become the vibrant Foreign Correspondents Club.
Discover the birthplace of Phare Ponleu Selpak Association on a visit to the Performing Art School of Battambang. The school and association provide education as well as support to the local communities through art. Here we can take part in a workshop and become part of this artistic project for an afternoon.
Following by the visit of the ‘Big Top’ circus.
The Angkor Wat Temple Complex is the most important archaeological site in Southeast Asia and the largest existing religious monument in the world and the national symbol of Cambodia. The temple represents one of mankind’s most astonishing and enduring architectural achievements covering over 400 km2, including vast swathes of forest, Angkor Archaeological Park contains the remains of numerous capitals of the ancient Khmer Empire.
Cambodia’s southern coastline offers diversity through its national parks, seaside resorts, outlying islands and charming towns such as Kampot and Kep.
Koh Rong Samloem is a small fishing village with three major beaches and several smaller ones boasting crystal clear water. The island is almost entirely uninhabited and best known for its marine life. A reef system surrounds it up to depths of 18 meters.