No doubt Cambodia's past is obscured by the violent events that took place under the Khmer Regime, but for sure this country is now home of the kindest, friendliest people ever encountered, offering genuinely their hospitality to travelers. Once landed there, you'l have the chance to explorer one of the largest ever build religious monuments - Angkor Wat, take a jungle trek in the Cardamom Mountains, visit one of the many pepper farms in Kampot or just relax on some of the white-sand, dreamy beaches as Sok San. Or why not a bit of partying in the buzzing Sihanoukville.

Indochina Explorer -Vietnam and Cambodia 1590 , 15 Days

Indochina Explorer -Vietnam and Cambodia

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