Anyone who has experienced a holiday in Cambodia will attest to the fact that this is a country blessed with an exquisite spirit and charm, unlike anywhere else on earth. Although many travellers are initially drawn to Cambodia to see the monumental complex of Angkor temples, it is more than the World Heritage ruins that this country will captivate you with. A holiday in Cambodia is the chance to experience a culture defined by humility and kindness, and resilient in the face of a devastating history. The spirit of this remarkable country and its people will stay with you long after your Cambodia holiday has ended.  

 

Top reviews on Cambodia holidays

Cambodia has long been a favourite for all of us at Intrepid, and we guarantee that a holiday in Cambodia will captivate you with its charm. But don’t just take our word for it – read through some of the feedback that our travellers have passed on in their Cambodia holiday reviews.

 

Highlights of Thailand, February 2017

Jaimie John

Rajasthan Experience, February 2017

Robyn King

Hola Cuba - People to People for US citizens, February 2017

Theresa Wilks

Ecuador on a shoestring, February 2017

Katharine Schwedhelm

Vic Falls to Kruger, February 2017

Tahlia Dickinson

Best of Myanmar, January 2017

Malcolm Macaulay

Cuba Sailing Adventure, February 2017

Julie Anderson

Costa Rica & Panama Discovery, February 2017

Nicola Bicknell

Classic Rajasthan, January 2017

Paul Dupuis

Circle Sri Lanka, January 2017

James Gerard Bohan

Okavango Experience, January 2017

Jeroen Merkx

Best of Myanmar, February 2017

Ramesh Chouhan

 

Blogs on Cambodia

Jan 12, 2017

Why we’re ReThinking orphanage tourism


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Aug 21, 2016

This restaurant chain is changing the lives of...


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Jun 01, 2016

Dark Tourism sites: should we be visiting them?


Dark tourism sites: part of cultural memory, or commercialising something sacred?...