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If you're the active type you'll enjoy the diving, hiking and walking trips on offer. Or for the less active, Cambodia has some the best beaches imaginable. It's also a country full of history and culture and is home to a unique Asian cuisine. Dining out can involve street food costing pennies or excellent French-inspired restaurants.
The country has a rich French colonial history whose influence can still be seen today, especially in the country's architecture and its unique cuisine, including its world famous street food. Many tourists are now attending one of the many available cookery courses while on holiday here.
Thankfully Cambodia is a stable country again now, having recovered from genocide and the overthrow of Pol Pot.
Cambodia flights arrive at Phnom Penh International airport (PNH) or Siem Reap airport (REP) and depart the UK from London Heathrow (LHR), London Gatwick (LGW) and several other European airports such as Paris (CDG) and Amsterdam (AMS). Flights to Cambodia also arrive at Sihanoukville International Airport (KOS), which is handy for Cambodia's beaches.
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There are no direct flights from the UK to Cambodia, so picking the right connection is key to achieving a smooth trip...
Phnom Penh enjoys international arrivals with China Southern via China from London, Qatar Airways via Doha from London, Manchester and Edinburgh, Thai Airways via Bangkok from Heathrow and Vietnam Airlines from Gatwick via Saigon.
There are also options with Malaysian Airlines and Singapore Airlines.
Onward flights to Siem Reap are available from Phnom Penh.
Find out how to get to and from Cambodia's airports so you don't waste a moment of your holiday...
Phnom Penh International is the busiest airport in Cambodia and is located about four miles from the city centre. Taxis and minibuses leave the airport for destinations all over Cambodia, but are gradually becoming replaced by the affordable and comfortable bus system. Phnom Penh airport also has a rail service connecting it to the country's major hubs.
It's very cheap to get around Cambodia. Agree taxi rates in advance or make sure that meters are switched on. There are official taxi stands or ranks at all airports and it's best to avoid drivers that approach you in the arrivals building - there's a chance you'll pay over the odds.
Car hire in Cambodia is widely available from airport locations. You can collect your pre-booked vehicle and hit the open road within minutes of arrival.
Hotels range from basic camp sites and hostels through budget hotels and right up to five-star luxury hotels and apartments...
Phnom Penh is Cambodia's capital and its largest city and is home to many Buddhist shrines and pagodas such as the famous Silver Pagoda. It is also home to the stunning Royal Palace and the National Museum. Well worth a visit is Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, a former school, which displays a range of torture devices used by the Khmer Rouge as well as photographs of their many victims.
Siem Reap lies in the north-west of Cambodia and is the gateway to the Angkor region. The main attraction here is the UNESCO protected and world famous Angkor Wat archaeological ruins, which were used in the Tomb Raider films. Siem Reap has a very Parisian feel and is home to some of Cambodia's top hotels, spas and shopping. It is also surrounded by some of the country's best beaches. Its airport is smaller than that of Phnom Penh and connects to the rest of the country by taxis, buses and boat.
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