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Cambodia lies on the peninsula of Indochina:  to its North lie Thailand and Laos, and Vietnam lies to the east and south. The Khmer people occupy most of the regions in Cambodia and only about four percent of the people are Vietnamese, Chinese or Muslims. Cambodia is a beautiful country with rich vegetation, forests and lakes which feast the eyes. If you visit Cambodia you will become enchanted with its beauty. There are so many places to be visited in Cambodia; like the cities of Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Preah Sihanouk and Battambang.

When you visit Cambodia do not forget to visit the city of Phnom Penh. It is a very old city with many monuments and architectural buildings. Most of its famous buildings were constructed by the French during their reign. Phnom Penh still has within it many antique buildings, factories and stadiums which take us back to history. However, the city has been renovated with many new buildings and houses giving it a modern look. Phnom Penh is a blend of the old beauty of the French buildings together with all the benefits of the developed city. Thus Phnom Penh is surely the chief tourist attraction in Cambodia.

SIEM REAP was once a war-torn city where people lived in fear of attack by the Khmer Rouge and so the city was filled with poverty. But now SIEM REAP has become the chief attraction for tourists and even for business men. Since the year 2000 the government of Cambodia has introduced an open air policy which has attracted much trade worldwide, thus developing this city magnificently.

The next place where you must go when you visit Cambodia is BATTAMBANG. This is the second largest city in Cambodia, with rivers, lakes, green parks, cultivation and rich culture. There are many tourist places to visit in BATTAMBANG such as the museum and Buddhist pagodas. Temples of BANON and EK PHNOM are situated in BATTAMBANG. Visit Cambodia and enjoy nature’s beauty!

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Cambodia Tourist Attractions - Siem Reap Tourist Attractions


Angkor means ‘City or Capital'; it is a world heritage site that is under UNESCO since 1992. This site is located to the North of Siem Reap town which is just about a few kilometers. More ....

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat temple was built by the Khmer king ‘Suryavarman II (1113 – 1150) in the first half of the 12th century. He was a great king who ruled Cambodia during the glorious time of the Khmer Empire. More ...

Siem Reap
Preah Vihear

Preah Vihear Temple locates at Preah Vihear Province of Cambodia and sites at the most spectacular location of any Khmer site at the near by Thailand border. It is 100 kilometers northeast of Siem Reap; Si Sa Ket Province, Thailand. More ...

Bayon Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom: The "Great City". Quadrilatero 9km2 nearly surrounded by a wall and thin laterite 7m high, doubled over its entire length of a rise of average width of 80m at the base, which overcomes a way round practicable. More ..

Banteay Srei temple

Private foundation sponsored by the Brahmin Yajnavarâha, spiritual master of King Jayavarman V. The best artists of their time were probably meeting for the construction of this building made at the foot of Phnom Kulen. More ...

Beng Mealea Temple

Ancient city surrounded by a laterite wall overlooking the moat 50m wide. And contemporary dimensions comparable to those of Angkor Wat "> Angkor Wat which resume the plan, this temple is one of the shrines had not delivered for entries: More ...

Phnom Bakheng

The Phnom Bankeng is one of the mountains from the plain of Angkor, and the heart of the city founded by Yasovarman I to X ' s, Yasodharapura. The temple of the same name is a contruction imposing sandstone and located at More ...

Ta Prohm

The outside enclosure of the temple consists of a large laterite wall about 1000m long by 700m wide with four entrances on the every axis. The central block is about 400m from the east or west entrance and is among the largest of the monument in the Angkor Complex.

Phnom Kulen

Set of 17 brick towers framed in sandstone attributed to Jayavarman II and Jayavarman III. Phnom Khulen is a vast plateau 40km long by 14km wide and overlooking the plain of Angkor over 300m. At all times, its location and More ...

Eastern Mebon

Eastern Mebon is more than 15 years older than the Pre Rup, it looks like a reproduction. The temple was built on an island in the middle of the artificial lake (Eastern Baray: 7 km by 1800m) created by Yaçovarman I. The general arrangement is the same but the whole is of more modest proportions and the base of the quincunx of towers is lower.

Pre Rup

This term refers to a method of incineration which consisted of tracing the outline of the body of the dead person in the cinders, then doing it the other way round which is called "Turning the body".

Preah Khan

In 1191, five year after the building of Ta Prohm, the king dedicated this temple to be the shelter of the idol of his father, Dharnindravarman II, in the likeness of Bodhisattva Lokesvara. The causeways lead to the temple are bordered by the same figures carrying a Naga symbolized the Churning the Sea of Milk. This architectural element was the mark of a royal city. It may have served as a temporary residence of King Jayavarman VII while he was rebuilding the capital after the Charms sacked Angkor in 1177.

Neak Pean

Neak Pean situated in the middle of artificial lake "Jaya Tadaka", 3700m by 900m, which now has been dried up. In the centre of this space is a square lake 72m along, bordered by four smaller lakes situated on the axis and lower than the embankment surrounding the main one. In the middle of it, is a small sanctuary which was formerly entwined by the trunk-roots of a giant creeper, now dead. This sanctuary has decoration dating from Jayavarman VII. Its four bays, which were originally open, were walled up with fine standing images of Avalokitesvara, to who, in his role of divine healer.

Preah Ko Bakong Lolei


Three temples Preah Ko, Bakong and Lolei, 15km South-East of Siem Reap town, comprise the Roluos Group of monuments. They are closed together and extend over an area of 3km east of Great Lake. The Roluos group, dating from the late ninth century, is the earliest site of the 600-year Angkor Period.

Cambodian Cultural Village

Cambodian Cultural Village, the only Cultural Village in the country is “Cambodia in miniature†located in the historical province of Siem Reap. It was constructed to provide tourists, both local and foreign a glance of the country‘s famous and More ...

Angkor National Museum

Angkor National Museum project has been initiated from the granted contract to “Build, Cooperate and Transfer (BCT)†between the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts, APSARA Authority (MCFA & APSARA) on behalf of the Royal Government of Cambodia and The Museum Co., Ltd. on its 30 year concession period. Angkor National Museum is a profound cultural landmark in Siem Reap placing in the area of 20,000 Sq.m. which combined together The Museum: The world-class museum that reveals the legend of Golden Era of Khmer Kingdom, and The Museum Mall: The lifestyle landmark providing completed facilities and recreation services for both tourists and local community. More ...

Angkor National Museum
Tonle Sap Lake

Tonle Sap Lake also known as the fresh water lake or 'Great Lake' of Cambodia, it shapes like musical instrument 'Violin' and its bottom like pan. Tonle Sap Lake located in the center the countries and surrounded by 5 provinces... More ...

Tonle Sap Lake - Floating village