Cambodia Custom Travel Planner List
From Angkor Wat to the exploring the Khmer culture, your key to a success trip to Cambodia is to use a Cambodia custom travel planner. The following list is compiled from travel writers, travel experts and our readers.
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Cambodia Top Ten Travel Ideas
Ideas for working with your Cambodia Custom Tour Planner
Try some of these great ideas to start your conversation with one of the travel experts listed below.
1 – Climb Mount Bakheng to watch the sunset over Angkor Wat.
2 – Wander over the fabled floor of Phnom Phen’s Silver Pagoda.
3 – Boat to the floating villages on the Mekong.
4 – Trek old-growth forest.
5 – Picnic lunch amid the temples of Angkor Wat.
6 – Clamber over the twisted roots of banyan trees at Ta Prohm.
7 – Escape to the secret island of Koh Rong Sanloem to laze on the beach.
8 – Visit stilt houses on Tonle sap lake.
9 – Watch the graceful movements of Apsara dancers.
10 – Relax in Siem Reap.
Cambodia Tourism Website Ideas
This website is a treasure trove of travel information, destination information, news and marketing for various tours, events, etc.
We suggest, however, that before checking on this site you first check with a Cambodia Custom travel planner who can address your specific situation and narrow down your choices considerably. Unless you love reading a lot before you go touring (e.g. read guide books), maneuvering around on this website to figure out the best way to plan your trip may take more time than you care to spend. This is best for those who have plenty of time for research.
Here is some useful information about Khmer culture:
Throughout Cambodia’s history, religious principles guided and inspired its arts. A unique Khmer style emerged from the combination of indigenous animistic beliefs and the originally Indian religions of Hinduism and Buddhism. These two religions, along with the Sanskrit language and other elements of Indian civilization, arrived in mainland Southeast Asia during the first few centuries AD.