Things to Do in Cambodia
Explore Phnom Penh
The Mekong River, Tonle Sap River, Mekong River, and Basa River arrive together to form the Phnom Penh Royal Palace of Cambodia’s King, often known as the Four Arms Grand Palace. The Silver Pagoda is the most well-known of the monuments in the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh. Additionally, you cannot miss going to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, which is located at a former high school that the communist Khmer Rouge utilized as a jail. One of the most spectacular excursions in Phnom Penh is a visit to the Killing Fields, where the totalitarian Khmer Rouge executed and buried thousands of humans.
View Angkor Wat at sunset
With the guidance of your guide, tour the temple before taking in the spectacular sunset. Sitting on one of the old temple walls and watching the sun go down is a magnificent memory. The greatest religious structures in the world can be seen being illuminated by the blazing red sun, which is also visible in the sky above. You feel the world is so vast and magnificent as you sit on the stairs and watch the sunset with your companions.
Uncover the secrets of the ancient Khmer Empire in Angkor Wat
Following the collapse of the nation’s economy, the forest engulfed Angkor Wat, the seat of the most potent Khmer monarchy in Southeast Asia’s history. The existence of the world’s circulation was not realized for more than 500 years, and it was unknown how many mysteries existed. Unresolved secrets await you to relish and discover them, like the enigmatic Khmer grin, the ancient temples with missing blocks, the exquisitely carved stone murals, and the boulder-stacked air corridors.
Visit Floating Village in Tonle Sap Lake
Tonle Sap Lake, Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake, has cultivated the Khmer nation. The Cambodians still deem it as their mother lake. On the Tonle Sap Lake, several people live in successive floating communities. Since it is the most representative, a sizable number of tourists from abroad visit Chong Kneas Floating Village every year. To alleviate your eyes from the strain caused by the temple’s relics, you might wish to explore here if you still have time after visiting Angkor Wat in Siem Reap.
Enjoy Pristine beaches in Sihanoukville
Both wealthy local Cambodians and Western travelers see Sihanoukville’s undeveloped and pristine beaches as a vacation heaven. You may do scuba diving, snorkeling, or diving using oxygen cylinders from Sihanoukville to Koh Rong Island. There are snorkeling places all across the snorkeling island, and masks and breathing tubes may be rented anyplace. You will dash your soul at the wind and the sunshine along the white sand with the sea waves crashing under your feet.