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Ancient temples at Angkor, poignant history in the capital, and undiscovered tropical islands ripe for exploring

Visit Cambodia in luxury and style with Jacada Travel. We’ll create a bespoke itinerary around your interests, preferences and needs, with the best in luxury accommodation and private, expert-led tours.

The phenomenal ruins of Angkor Wat may be reason enough to visit Cambodia, but there’s much more to this friendly, energetic country. The capital of Phnom Penh is brimming in history, both ancient and modern, and provides important background to the country. The gateway to the Angkor temple complex, Siem Reap, with its French colonial architecture, has an infectiously chilled atmosphere and a vibrant food scene.

Then there’s the coast. Enjoy pristine rainforest, national parks, serene riverside spots and wonderful food. The sublime Song Saa private island is a true tropical getaway with white sandy beaches, sparkling turquoise sea and all the luxury you could ever want.

If you’ve got time on your side, it’s easy to combine Cambodia with other countries, for a wide, well-rounded itinerary.

Explore the Angkor temples with one of our expert local guides, who will bring Khmer history to life and show you secluded spots for an intimate tour of the ruins, avoiding the crowds by visiting at select times. Wander around the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh and perhaps visit the sobering Killing Fields to learn about the devastating events of the 1970s and the resilience of the Cambodian people. Finish your trip on the white-sand shores of Cambodia’s lesser-known islands, quieter and more untouched alternatives to Thailand’s popular beaches.

Get inspired by browsing through some of our most popular example trips below. Then call one of our expert Cambodia Travel Designers to start planning the journey of a lifetime.

Whatever you want from your Asia tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

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Need to Know

is the local time
Riel is the local currency
Phnom Penh is the capital city
Amok trey is Cambodia's national dish

When to go

Cambodia is warm all year round. November to May is the dry season with cooler temperatures at the beginning of the year. The wet season runs from June to October with rains falling mainly in the afternoon.


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