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The majestic temple of Angkor Wat rises above the ancient city of Angkor in Cambodia, creating a dramatic landscape that basks in the rising sun. You’re sure to find amazing experiences here, and our team are happy to guide you on a standout tour of the area.

Important information

  • Time Difference – GMT +7
  • Approximate Flight Time from UK – 14 Hours
  • Visa Required? – Yes (Visa on Arrival)
  • Currency – Riel (£1 = Approximately 5,200 Riel)
  • When to Travel – During the Dry Season, Which Runs from October to April. Summer is Hot, Humid, and Wet

Our Tours





Sights to See

Angkor - Zero Distance Travel

Siem Reap/Angkor

The town of Siem Reap is the gateway to the temples of Angkor, which lie a few miles north of the town. The scale of the monuments at Angkor is vast, from the huge walled city of Angkor Thom to the iconic landmark of Angkor Wat. They are sure to leave an overwhelming impression on the mind. As the centre of the great Khmer empire that flourished for centuries, the site is one of the greatest archaeological sites of the world. Several days are needed to explore the temples, and much more lies beyond.

Phnom Penh - Zero Distance Travel

Phnom Penh

The golden spires of Phonm Penh's royal palace glisten on the banks of the Mekong. Phnom Penh is Cambodia's capital, once known as the “Pearl of the East”, and some of the flavour remains in its Parisian-style boulevards. Ravaged by war and revolution, the city has rebuilt itself to create a modern, busy metropolis with a lively riverside walk, boutique bars, and restaurants. Grim reminders of its past are available at the Museum of the Genocide at Tuol Sleng and the Killing Fields of Cheong Ek.

Tonle Sap Lake - Zero Distance Travel

Tonle Sap Lake

The “Great Lake” of Cambodia, the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia, is linked to the Mekong River, and is regularly replenished by the rainy season. A centre for biodiversity in the region, it is also the home to many who live in floating villages along the shoreline.

Battambang - Zero Distance Travel


Cambodia's second biggest city is in many ways still a friendly, small-town location with colonial architecture, busy markets, and Buddhist shrines. Traditional villages and temples lie in the surrounding countryside.


Named after King Norodom Sihanouk, the father of modern Cambodia, Sihanoukville, also known as Kampong Som, is Cambodia's main coastal town and only deep-water port. Its fame, however, derives from its many sandy beaches and the access to the offshore islands, which attract backpackers and those seeking a castaway lifestyle.