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Attractions in Cambodia

Cambodia presents a vast variety of attractions that will captivate and amaze you. From the places tied with history of the country to the naturally born attractions, there is more than plenty to see and experience. If you hear someone talking about Cambodia, your first impression about this country must be Angkor Wat, the biggest religious temple on earth. You cannot leave Cambodia without visiting this spectacular sight. However don’t focus just on Angkor Wat, there are many other places which are worth a visit but often are underlooked. While staying in Phnom Penh, you should visit royal palace, national museum and some hidden gems of the capital. Kulen waterfall is one of the gems of Siem Reap, so make sure to check it out as well. There is much more for you to discover in Cambodia. Especially with local tour guides, you impression about Cambodia will be enlarged. You will be able to privately uncover much more than those described in Lonely Planet.

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Top 10 Attractions in Cambodia

  • Angkor Wat is the biggest religious temple on earth. Many locals say “if you come to Cambodia and don’t visit Angkor Wat, it was like you didn’t come to Cambodia at all”.
  • Royal Palace is the monarchy place which is open to tourists. Visiting the royal palace give you chances to discover the daily lives of monarchy.
  • National Museum: Being the biggest museum in Cambodia, the National Museum is a place where Khmer arts in the ancient time are displayed.
  • Kulen Waterfall is a natural place which has a closed linked with khmer history.
  • Cultural Village: At cultural village, you’ll discover the daily lives of Khmer people as well as other races living in Cambodia.
  • Sihanouk Ville’s Beach: The beach with white sand is a most visited attraction in Cambodia.
  • Bakheng Mountain: Located near Angkor Wat, Bakheng is a small mountain on which stands a temple. Bakheng is a place where many tourists go to see sunset.



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Attractions in Cambodia

  • Angkor Wat: Angkor Wat is a religious temple built in the 12th century. Angkor Wat is now the national symbol. And it can be seen on Cambodia’s flag. This magnificent temple is a must visit place.
  • National Museum: The national museum is located next to the royal palace. When coming to Phnom Penh, visiting the national museum will help you discover the history of Cambodia regarding its arts and cultures.

  • Kulen Waterfall: Kulen Waterfall has a link with the history of the start of the Angkor Era. The water at Kulen was considered holy and the waterfall was used to celebrate sacred ceremony in the ancient time