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Phnom Penh

Cambodia's capital is practically a rarity amongst Asian capitals, in that it has not (yet) fallen prey to mass development and is still compact, elegant and full of charm. Whether you're sightseeing or just hanging out in the city's many bars & cafes for a few days, Phnom Penh quickly beguiles visitors with its easy-going ambience.Unmissable sites include the beautiful Royal Palace with its glittering golden roofs; the hilltop temple of Wat Phnom; the broad Mekong River which offers plentiful cruising and onward travel opportunities; and the grim memorials of Tuol Sleng prison and the 'Killing Fields' at Choeng Ek. Phnom Penh is also justly famed for its nightlife, from laid-back expat sports bars to stylish French restaurants and riverside lounge bars.

Siem Reap

A peaceful, beautifully preserved town with lively nightlife and great markets, Siem Reap is worth a visit in itself. But what draws countless visitors here is the surrounding Angkor temples, arguably Southeast Asia's finest visitor attractions. The huge Angkor Wat complex, the extraordinary stone faces of Bayon Thom and the ongoing battle between nature and stone that is Ta Prohm are the most famous; but travel a little further to the likes of Banteay Srei, Beng Mealea and Koh Ker and you'll be able to marvel at more architectural wonders without the crowds that regularly flock to Angkor Wat.To get a different view of the temples, try a luxury tented Temple Safari, or fly high over Angkor in a hot air balloon trip - both available from Come & Go Vietnam.

 

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Sihanoukville

Cambodia's main coastal resort is blessed with white sand, several different beaches, a growing number of resorts and a generally friendly, laid-back vibe. It's also a great base for exploring the islands off the country's south coast, including Koh Rong, Koh Russei and Koh Rong Samlon - all virtually deserted and blessed with just a handful of beachfront bungalows, just like the rest of Southeast Asia used to be!

Day 1: Arrive in Phnom Penh by air, road or river and check into your hotel. In the evening, have a drink on one of the city's many riverside bars before sampling traditional Khmer fare at the popular Goldfish River Restaurant.

Day 2: Take a full day sightseeing tour of all the major city sights including the Royal Palace, Wat Phnom, Tuol Sleng prison and the Killing Fields.

Day 3: Travel out to the beautiful hilltop temple of Phnom Chisor to enjoy the magnificent views of the surrounding countryside, before journeying on to Tonle Bati to visit more temples and enjoy a peaceful lakeside picnic. Then its back to Phnom Penh, stopping off at the city's famous Russian Market.

Day 4: Kick off with a visit to Skun Market where courageous travellers can sample the local speciality - grilled tarantula! Then it's on to the beautiful landscapes of Kampong Cham for lunch, with a stop at the 10th century Kuh Nokor temple, before arriving in Kampong Thom for overnight stay.

Day 5: After a morning visit to the temples of Sambo Prei Kuh, Cambodia ancient pre-Angkor capital, head through the countryside to Siem Reap. In the evening you will have free time to eat & drink in one of the towns many bars & restaurants, shop in the night markets, and have your toes tickled with a fish massage!

Day 6: Today's the day to marvel at the twin wonders of Cambodia - Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat. The carved stone faces of the Bayon are simply unforgettable, and a memorable day ends as you watch the sunset from Phnom Bakeng before returning to the nightlife of Siem Reap.

Day 7: More temples, beginning with a visit to the ancient monastery of Ta Prohm, now an amazing spectacle with huge banyan tree roots entwining themselves with the temple ruins. In the afternoon, visit Pre Rup, Eastern Mebon and Neak Poan temples, before returning for another night in Siem Reap.

Day 8: In the morning, visit the magnificent pink sandstone temple of Banteay Srei, followed by an afternoon visit to the remote jungle temple of Bang Melea, before heading back for a final night in Siem Reap.

Day 9: Take a morning boat trip on peaceful Tonle Sap lake to visit the amazing floating villages, then head back to Siem Reap for your onward journey. Kampot A throwback to French colonial days, Kampot has an old, architecturally fascinating centre clustered around the riverside. It's a charming old town and ideal for river cruising, kayaking, or simply idling away a couple of days. Nearby attractions include the wonderful Bokor National Park, which contains such rare species as tigers, Asiatic black bears and dozens or bird species; the bizarre, eerie remains of Bokor Hill Station; and the delightful seaside town and white sands of Kep.

The North-East

Growing numbers of visitors are discovering the rugged jungle countryside of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri provinces in the country's north-east. Home to ethnic minority tribes, rare animal species, spectacular waterfalls and stunning mountains, they offer a very different Cambodia to the usual Phnom Penh-Siem Reap axis. Contact us for information about jungle trekking, birdwatching and jungle boat trips in this beautifully unspoiled part of Southeast Asia.

Travelling Between Vietnam & Cambodia

For those of you who want to cover both countries during your visit to Southeast Asia, we can offer three ways of travelling between the two countries: Air - with direct flights between HCMC and Phnom Penh/Siem Reap, this is the quickest way to get from one country to the other if time is tight Road - taking a bus or car from HCMC to Phnom Penh allows you to see the Vietnamese and Cambodian countryside up close. Take the short route via Moc Bai/Bavet, or spend a few days meandering through Vietnam's Mekong Delta and cross at Ha Tien/Xa Xia Boat - there are daily speedboats between Phnom Penh and Chau Doc in Vietnam's Mekong Delta. Take the standard public boat, or stay at the luxury Victoria Chau Doc resort and take their deluxe speedboat service.

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