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Tours in Cambodia

Kampuchea! This word may sound odd to you because it’s the word used by locals to call their country instead of Cambodia which is normally used by foreigners. If you are looking for ways to escape from skyscrapers and want to experience daily life of the smiling people and their beautiful hidden gems, book a private local guide which will show you the best of Cambodia. From natural waterfalls and jungles like Areng Valley, earthly paradise jungle, to man-made wonders like Angkor Wat, all of which you can easily visit during a private tour, Cambodia is a destination that you should not miss. In Cambodia, you will be able feel the way of life of the locals by joining of the personalized local tours, tasting the most famous gravy so-called Korko and sharing your joy with local family. These will make your holiday a memorable one. So why don’t you put hamburger aside for a while?

With many customs and places that are not yet uncovered in tourist guide books that you may want to buy before visiting Cambodia, you will be surprised how much a private local guide can show and tell you. While hopping on a regular tour bus might be a great option to explore the famous sights, why not joining a private tour led by a local guide? Not only will you explore off the beaten track wonders, but also get to know the local lifestyle and true culture. Local Cambodians are eager to show you the best your their country and personalize a tour to match all your needs. So wait no more and find your private local guide.

  • An Unforgettable One Day Temples Tour By Car
  • Day Trip to See Nature and Falls in Siem Reap
  • Visit Kompong Plouk Village/Floating Houses
  • Temple Day Tour With Tuk Tuk Driver Mr. Phana
  • Eat Khmer ~ Eat as locals do
  • Day Trip to See Nature and Falls in Siem Reap
  • Eat Khmer ~ Eat as locals do
  • Temple Day Tour With Tuk Tuk Driver Mr. Phana
  • Temple Day Tour With Tuk Tuk Driver Mr. Phana
  • Silk Island Tour With Great Food & Lots To Do
  • Eat Khmer ~ Eat as locals do
  • Experience the real Cambodian lifestyle
  • Drive Motobike to see Local Village+Sunset!
  • Visit Kompong Plouk Village/Floating Houses
  • photographer tour

Ideas for Inspiration in Cambodia

  • Visit Phnom Penh, the capital, which was once named “Ghost City”
  • Take a bicyclefor sightseeing tour around the capital
  • Visit Angkor Wat temple, a man-made world wonder
  • Explore Areng Valley, earthly paradise jungle, situated in Cardamom mountains in the south west of Cambodia
  • Taste sticky rice cooked in bamboo tube and juicy spiders
  • Have dinner with local and enjoy Cambodian dishes including the most famous Khmer gravy, Korko



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Interesting facts about Cambodia

  • GreetingWhen meeting each other, along with the phrase “how do you do?”, Cambodian people prefer to put their palms together like a lotus flower on front of their chest. This manner used to show the respect to one another is called “Sampeah”.
  • Don’t touch my head!Cambodian people don’t let others touch their head because they consider head to be superior. For some people, head is associated with guardian spirit, and touching their head makes them sick.
  • Beware of your shoes and your hat Cambodian people take their shoes and their hat off while entering a temple or a house. This is a sign of respect.
  • Barang If you are from a western country, you’ll be called “Barang” by the locals. This word came from the fact that Cambodia had been under French (Barang) colonization.
  • Khmer wedding party If you were joining the wedding party, don’t forget to leave some money after finishing the party. The money you leave is a blessing and a present for the bride and groom.