The temple of Ankgor Wat, Cambodia  
Colourful monks in Cambodia  
View of Mekong River at sunset, Cambodia  

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Stefanie Studley
Stefanie Studley You just have to try the speciality traditional Khmer dish of ‘Amok’ when visiting Cambodia. There are lots of different varieties, but my favourite was the one made with steamed catfish - it's cooked in a rich coconut sauce then wrapped with banana leaves and baked - delicious!
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Cambodia Holidays

The temples of Angkor are the highlight of many Cambodia holidays, but allow time to visit the rest of the country and you will be rewarded for your efforts. Head away from the crowds to discover sleepy towns, gems of colonial architecture, lesser visited Angkorian temples and a largely undeveloped coastline.

Choose one of our Cambodia holidays and be astounded by temples in the Angkor complex, their sheer grandeur, exquisite carvings and the way they appear to rise up from the jungle. For pure adventure, enjoy a fabulous overnight luxury camping experience in the remote temple of Koh Ker and wake to sunrise over the jungle temples. 

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You can't fail to be impressed by the gleaming Royal Palace in Phnom Penh and the solid silver floor of the Silver Pagoda. Take in sobering Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the killing fields of Choeung Ek. Roam lesser visited Angkorian temples and faded colonial architecture in Battambang; stop at the charming riverine town of Kampot and head to Koh Tonsay, or 'Rabbit Island', just off the coast of the small coastal town of Kep.

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