While the majority of people visit Cambodia to see the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat, there is an impressive variety of stunning sites all over the country, including several just outside Phnom Penh.
Award winning responsible tourism DMC invites tour operators to share its passion for discovery at booth 6A35, Hall 6.
Khiri Travel Cambodia Country Manager, Miles Gravett, relates how a visit to Angkor Wat is different when experienced from the seat of a bike.
Three historical periods in Cambodia’s past inspired the architectural highlights of this country, arguably the most magnificent in Southeast Asia.
Go beyond Angkor Wat for some extreme adventure like spending a few days trekking in the jungles of Mondulkiri, sleeping in a hammock and encountering wild elephants.
The Khmer’s national sport is pradal serey. This popular form of martial arts, depicted in bas-reliefs of warfare at 9th century Angkor temples may explain the historic dominance of the Khmer Empire.
The remote location and intimate access truly make a visit to the active archeological site at Banteay Chhmar temple complex something your travelers will never forget.
We were on a special visit to the Mekong basin, our prime aim was to travel by river aboard Mekong Cruise’s vessel ‘Vat Phou’
Michael Healy from our travel office in the USA has important words to share about the problem and workable solutions for overcrowding at iconic destinations in Southeast Asia. One of the aspects of responsible tourism is visitor dispersion.
Join a special evening tour in Siem Reap watching the sunset while floating along the moat of Angkor Thom. Read more about this relaxing ride reminiscent of an ancient time.