• Basic Information

  • Capital City: Phnom Penh

  • Language: Khmer

  • Currency: Cambodian riel

  • Local Time: UTC + 7

  • Telephone Code: +855

  • Banks: closed on Saturday afternoon, Sunday and Public Holidays.

  • Exchange Rate: 1.00 Khmer (Cambodian) is similar to 0.021 BDT.

  • Population: 16.01 million

  • GDP: $ 22.16 billion

  • Total area: 69,898 square miles

  • Largest City: Phnom Penh

  • Popular Travel Destinations: Preah Vihear, Sihanoukville, Tonle Sap, Silver Pagoda, Bokor Hill Station, Kratie, Koh Ker

  • Reasons to Visit Cambodia

There are so many incredible places to visit in South-East Asia, Cambodia is one of them.Cambodia’s landscape is beautifully diverse. Although it’s most famous for its temples, it’s also got some of Asia’s most breathtaking beaches, along with a substantial chunk of the Mekong River – the longest river in South-East Asia And then there’s Tonlé Sap lake, near Siem Reap. Its banks are home to three million people, many of whom live in floating villages. No visit to the area is complete without a tour of the lake. These excursions usually include visits to Tonlé Sap’s fish farms, followed by opportunities to meet locals and find out more about their life on the water.The sprawling temple complex in Siem Reap is a perfect example of architectural grandeur and home to a series of stunning structures and religious monuments,including the Angkor Wat, Bayon Temple,

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and Ta Prohm, etc.There are so many things to see and do in the capital city of Phnom Penh that you might just feel like putting a pause to time! Cambodia has seen it’s darker days during the 1970s when thousands of people were killed recklessly. The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S-21 Prison) and the Killing Fields still echoes the death of those people, and if you wish to take a deeper look into the country’s history, then you have to visit these places.Apart from that, you can also explore the Silver Pagoda, also known as the

Temple of Emerald Buddha and the National Museum of Cambodia. Most of the tourists have a misconception that Thailand has the best beaches, hence the ones in Cambodia are often ignored and forgotten. The vast stretches of white sandy beaches and deep blue sea make a perfect combination to allure travelers looking for pristine hideouts! Cambodian islands like Koh Thmei, Koh Ta Kiev, Koh Totang, Kohl Rung and Kohl Rung Salome are nothing lesser than hidden gems and beachside locations like Sihanouk vile can offer you the perfect treat that you are seeking. Relax while sunbathing, take a quick dip, try out water sports like surfing or snorkeling or attend some yoga sessions on the beach – you’ll have too many options to choose from! Cambodia has extensive tropical jungle scenes where you can spot elephants, sun bears, gibbons and other animals, apart from hundreds of beautiful birds. The Cardamom Mountains in the northwestern part of Cambodia are one of Southeast Asia’s most species-rich and intact natural habitats where you can unwind and find solace amidst the silence! The flora and fauna of this region are unique, and you’ll have several options for camping, kayaking, cycling and hiking through this unique Cambodian tropical jungle. The Cambodians are extremely warm and friendly, and you’ll always find them sharing a smile. People are patient and soft-spoken, and you’ll soon get to feel the Zen vibes, being around them! From tuk-tuk drivers, to tour guides, shopkeepers or passer-bys – you’ll be touched by the gentle behavior of the Khmers.

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