ANGKOR IS ONLY THE BEGINNING
In the simplest terms, Cambodia is defined by legacy, contrast and courage. Its astounding array of historical offerings proudly convey the extent of its former glory while beaches, towns and jungles remain ripe for discovery. Despite a tumultuous recent past, Khmer people's risilence and hospitality make Cambodia a traveller's paradise.
EXPLORE OUR Cambodia
Cambodia's geography has played a substantial role in shaping its history. Its central location along the Indochinese Peninsula and relatively flat terrain facilitated the rise of the Khmer Empire which flourished from its base in Angkor for over 500 years. Conversely, Cambodia's proximity to the chaos of the Vietnam War sowed seeds of catastrophe that the country is now recovering from. Both of these periods are inextricable to the identity of both Cambodia, and its people.
WHEN TO GO & WEATHER
Cambodia is warm year-round. Dry season, running November through May, encompasses two seasons: cool (November-February) and hot (March-May). Cool season is when most travellers visit Cambodia. Wet season runs May through September and is a good time to visit Angkor.
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