It's not by chance that Cambodia has quickly become highly popular among eclectic travelers of all sensitivities, whether they're seeking lush jungles spotted with dusty temple ruins, idyllic beaches with an air of luxury, artsy boutique hotels, exciting nouvelle cuisine, or ethical shopping, among... Read More

12 Practical Tips for Visiting Angkor

The Best Ways to Navigate Angkor with Your Family Angkor is one of the most significant archaeological parks in South East Asia that spans across a massive 400 km2. Angkor Wat is but one temple of many in this massive UNESCO heritage site. In order to make the most of your trip, here are some practical tips for visiting this spiritual place. .

Cambodia Travel Visa

Passport/visa requirements: In order to visit Cambodia, a visa is required for most nationalities. A passport with at least six month validity is required. Philippine and Malaysian nationals do not require tourist visas for a stay up to 21 and 30 days respectively. Singaporean nationality is also exempt from the usual visa requirement.

Religion in Cambodia

As in neighboring Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam, Buddhism is the predominant religion in Cambodia. But animism and superstition continue to play strong roles in Khmer culture and society. Many people believe in powerful neak ta, or territorial guardian spirits. Spirit shrines are common in Khmer houses as well as on temple grounds and along roadsides. The....

8 Must-Try Dishes in Cambodia

The flavors of Khmer cuisine are bold, rich, and surprisingly different from the well-known dishes of its neighbors. The food is heartier than typically delicate Vietnamese cuisine, and not nearly as sweet and spicy as Thai food, but Chinese and Indian influences are also evident in the curries and stir-fries. Below are eight dishes that you'll likely....


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