Never forget to meet the locals, experience their life, and grow a little in their culture. One of the most unforgettable moments in a tourist’s life is the time when one gets to take a bit of the international culture home.
This lake is one of the largest bodies of freshwater in Asia, and it is home to an eco-conservation project. Get to know how Cambodia gets in touch with nature through this experience
Get to see the tradition of rafter beekeeping, a dying tradition that is being kept alive by an organization named Bees Unlimited.
Go to a place named Peace Café, which offers classes in ashtanga yoga, a traditional Cambodian Yoga form. This place also offers vegetarian cuisine classes, meditation sessions, and chit-chat sessions with monks.
What better way of immersing oneself in a new culture than to indulge in the local cuisine that they offer? Never miss on an opportunity to try something new and experience their food firsthand.
When you think Siem Reap you think Angkor Wat temples. The rural laid back town has plenty to offer though aside from the historic temples. Tour the town on tuk tuks (mopeds with carriages) and see the sights they have to offer.
Who could forget visiting this ancient city of Khmers in Cambodia? The Angkor Wat is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is really a tourist destination in Cambodia.
Literally translated to “Great City” and the last and most enduring city of the Khmer empire, this ancient capital Is one of the most preserved ancient cities in the world
Landmine museum is a place where people are being taught of the dangers of landmines and why they are in Cambodia.
A market that showcases classical Cambodian artwork, handicrafts, and products for sale.
Different products and food that will surely make you want to splurge on a shopping spree.