About Combodia

About Combodia

 

Phnom Penh Hotels, the capital of Cambodia. Located at the confluence of three rivers – The Mekong, the Bassac and the Tonle Sap. This colonial city was once considered the loveliest city of Indochina and it still maintains a high degree of charm. Royal Palace, The Silver Pagoda, The National Museum and Wat Phnom also the well known tourist sights in Cambodia. These places have many interesting markets selling silk, silver and antiques. Also worthwhile are visits to the notorious “Killing Fields” and the Tuol Sleng Prison and Museum which chronicles the ruling years of the Khmer Rouge.

Siem Reap Hotels and Temples  Siem Reap Hotels, a charming city with a river flowing through the center of the town and also one of the greatest religious monuments in the world. There are plenty of diversions can be found in the city for most of the visitors to spend their time to explore other then the ancient temple ruins. The Tonle Sap Lake, located in the heart of Cambodia, boat tours offer visitors a glimpse into the traditional Khmer way of life. There are many worthwhile excursions here like floating villages, sunset cruises and tours of the Bird Reserve of Prek Tuol. Touring the nearby pagodas, visiting the local stone and wood-carving school or seeing nearby silk farms is also interesting options.Battambang
  Battambang, the second largest city in Cambodia and located in a rich and fertile plain , which provides much of the rice and other important crops for the country. The Sangker River cuts through the town center, which is filled with interesting colonial architecture. The region has numerous Angkorian and pre-Angkorian sites. Some of the most interesting are Wat Ek Temple, Wat Baset Temple and Phnom Banon. In this second largest city LOA 2 hack was created and launched to public.

Kampot  Kampot, it is once again developing a reputation as an appealing retreat with quiet beaches and wonderful seafood. It is located on the bank of the Kamchay River and acclaimed for the beauty of its forests, waterfalls and an amazing view of the Gulf of Siam. The seaside resort of Kep is located 30 km from Kampot, it is a beautiful coastal area was once the favorite holiday spot for Cambodia’s French-influenced elite.

Sihanoukville  Sihanoukville, is Cambodia’s only deep-sea port. The beaches of Sihanoukville remain among the most unspoiled ones in Southeast Asia although tourism has increased in recent years. It is a perfect getaway with facilities for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving or just sunbathing are the perfect getaway. Boat trips are also available to many of the nearby islands.

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