Cambodia Tours from Australia
There’s a real magic about Cambodia. You’ll feel it as the sun rises over the spectacular temples of Angkor Wat. You’ll see it as you wander through lively markets and practise your haggling skills with chilled-out vendors.
As you're touring Cambodia, you'll come face to face with the terrible human suffering of recent years, set in contrast to the glorious ancient Khmer culture. This long history has moulded a strong and resilient people who are compassionate, charming, generous and all-round lovely. You might travel to Cambodia to see Angkor Wat, but you'll leave with a heart that is open to the people of the magical and mesmerising Kingdom of Wonder.
Things to do in Cambodia
1The incredible temples of Angkor Wat
2The Koh Ker ruins
3Temples of Battambang
4The beaches of Sihanoukville
Cambodia Tours and Travel Packages
Popular Cities & Places to Visit in Cambodia
Cambodia Must See
- Roam through the amazing temple ruins at Angkor Wat
- Learn about the heartbreaking history of the Killing Fields
- Tingle your taste buds with crunchy fried crickets
- While away the hours under palm trees at Sihanoukville
- Witness Buddhist monks making their daily alms rounds
Experiences in Cambodia
A tuk-tuk ride can be a little hair-raising but it’s the perfect way to get your bearings and learn all about Cambodia from one of the Phnom Penh’s jovial tuk-tuk drivers. If you fancy a slower pace, take a cruise down the Mekong River to watch daily life unfold in riverside towns. Or get active – strap on your bike helmet and pedal along Cambodia’s winding country back roads.
Travel with the family, take a cooking class or embark on a temple tour. Whichever way you prefer your Cambodian tour, you’ll need to get your waving hand ready for all the grinning local kids who love to call ‘hello’ as you explore their homeland.
It’s tough to imagine anything more spectacular than coasting past emerald green rice paddies beneath a blazing Cambodian sunset.
Your family will love all the fantastic transport options in Cambodia. Zoom in a tuk-tuk, cruise down the Mekong, jump into a cyclo or take a traditional ox-cart.
Learn how use lots of local herbs and spices to whip up a Khmer amok curry, a spicy banana leaf salad or a tangy beef loc lac. Delish!
Jump on board a picturesque wooden cruise boat and visit the floating villages and traditional artisan towns that perch peacefully on the banks of the Tonle Sap.
If you are short on time, take a quick temple tour – but try to allow extra days at Angkor to visit the remote temples almost lost under jungle vines.
Trek through remote Cambodian landscapes and call into local villages along the way. Virachey National Park is one of the highlights.