Cambodia Holidays & Tours 2013 & 2014
Mention the word Cambodia, and it calls up idyllic images of graceful classical dancers and intricate, monumental art … but also the tragic destruction of the cultural heritage.
Cambodia’s international borders are shared with Laos and Thailand on the West and the North, and Vietnam on the East and the Southeast. This is a rewarding country to visit and our Cambodia tours offer fascinating itineraries for first time and returning travellers. A number of our tours cruise the mighty Mekong River, the world’s 12th longest river which sustains all manner of life along its way through its food, water, transport and commerce. At Phnom Penh the river connects with the Tonle Sap (Great Lake), the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia.
The temple ruins within the Angkor Archaeological Park around Siem Reap are a UNESCO World Heritage site and are regarded as a highlight on many of our Cambodia tours. On the "must see" list are the temples of Angkor including Angkor Wat, the South Gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon, Royal Enclosure and the Terrace of Elephants.
Cambodia offers numerous cultural sites, a rich and fascinating history and is undoubtedly one of the highlights of Indochina.
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The ancient heritage and scenic beauty from Vientiane to the temples of Angkor.
18 nights from £2795
Saigon, Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Luang Prabang, the Mekong and the temples of Angkor.
13 nights from £1995
The temples of Angkor, Mekong River and the ancient and modern capitals.
20 nights from £2495
A journey through Indochina including a one-week cruise and the temples of Angkor.
20 nights from £2795
City tours in Hanoi and Saigon, plus the temples of Angkor.
8 nights from £1245