Fascinating culture, beautiful beaches, and of course, Angkor Wat
Beyond the tragic history the country experienced 30 years ago, Cambodia is now enjoying an appreciable growth rate which is down to several key factors.
The boom in tourism is notably thanks to the development of the tourism industry, Angkor Wat appeal accounting for a good deal of it, but as well with the reputable beaches the country boasts around Sihanoukville.
Over the years, a tremendous potential has arisen in the Khmer Kingdom. Along the river front of the Bassac River, Phnom Penh has an extraordinary nightlife and features dozens of bars, terraces and clubs in the vicinity of dedicated streets.
Siem Reap has kept a forefront of handicraft. The “Artisans d’Angkor” are one the most well-known craftsmakers and are gaining a non arguable reputation for creativity and quality throughout the world.
The Raffles, Sofitel, Hotel de la Paix, Vctoria Hotel, Amansara just to name but a few are offering capacity to host regional and international groups and events.
Visits to Tonle Sap reservoir, outdoor catering on floating houses, motorbike pulled carts, ox carts, magical gala dinners and shows set among the World Heritage ruins of Angkor Wat, charity and CSR programs, ballooning, fashion shows, trendy, remote locations luxury tented camps, private sandy beaches functions, enjoy combining Cambodia with a piece of Laos. Our coup de coeur goes to a great one-week combo with 2 marvels of the world at Luang Prabang and Angkor Wat. Different sizes, different dimensions, guaranteed memorable souvenirs.
Cambodia is connected daily to Laos as follows on either/or Vietnam Airlines and Lao Airlines:
Vientiane – Siem Reap (Angkor Wat)
Vientiane – Phnom Penh
Luang Prabang – Siem Reap
Pakse – Siem Reap