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Revisit an Interesting Past with Cambodia Holidays


Having survived a tumultuous past, Cambodia is now among Asia's fastest growing economies. Millions of tourists from different parts of the world visit the country, and most of them are from the Asian countries like South Korea, Japan, and China. Over the centuries, Buddhism, Hinduism, Angkorian culture, and French colonialism have contributed to the rich cultural heritage of Cambodia. While holidaying in this country, you would get the chance to explore its vast cultural offerings spread across various locations.


Food in Cambodia


One of the most simple and lip-smacking delicacies of Cambodia is Bai Sach Chrouk, which includes grilled pork served over a filling portion of broken rice with chicken broth served as a side dish. Another popular dish is Fish Amok, prepared using fish mousse, fresh coconut milk, and curry paste made from a variety of herbs and spices. You can visit the Khmer Surin Restaurant in Phnom Penh during your Cambodia holidays to relish a range of mouth-watering treats.


Tourist attractions in Cambodia


Angkor Wat is undoubtedly the most popular tourist attraction in Cambodia and is among the must-see ancient sites of the world. If you wish to know more about the horrific acts and brutality of the Khmer Rouge rule, visit the Tuol Sleng Museum and the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek. Koh Rong Samloem is a scenic island off the coast of Sihanoukville. The Lazy Beach is among the best spots on the island to spend some relaxed moments.


Fun things to do in Cambodia


You would enjoy the kayaking trip through the forests of Mekong, as it allows you to witness dolphins and remote jungles. The quiet coastal roads and Cambodia's countryside offer you plenty of opportunities to embark on a cycling tour. Waterfalls and tribal villages can be explored during trekking adventures in the forest areas. You can have a wonderful time shopping for clothes, household items, and electronics in the Central Market.


Nightlife in Cambodia


Phnom Penh is the place where you can have plenty of fun after dark in Cambodia, as it has some of the most excellent bars and nightclubs in the country. They are the best places to enjoy a drink or two and dance to the tune of some exciting numbers. They remind some tourists of the nightclubs visited during their cheap holidays to turkey. Among the best Cambodian nightlife hotspots is The Riverhouse Lounge, which draws a considerable number of locals and tourists owing to its elegant ambience and live music on weekends.


Stay in Cambodia


Siem Reap and Phnom Penh are the places where you would find several choices in accommodation according to the size of your budget. For luxurious stays, you can choose any of the reputed international hotels. Accommodation in boutique hotels and guest houses allow tourists to enjoy cheap holidays to Cambodia. Getting around in Cambodia is made possible with the help of domestic flights, cyclos, motorcycle taxis, tuk-tuks, trains, buses, ferries and boats.


Festivals in Cambodia


Special dinners and parties mark the Christmas and New Year's Eve celebrations in the main tourist areas of Cambodia. Water Festival begins on the last full moon day either in October or at the start of November and continues for three days. The festival of great cultural and religious significance is Pchum Ben, which falls in the month of September. With Angkor Wat as a backdrop, the Angkor Festival is held in November or December and is a grand event of performing arts. Another festival of great significance is the Chinese New Year celebrated in January or February by the local Chinese.


Best time to visit Cambodia


From the month of October to December, Cambodia experiences its coolest period with daytime temperatures between 24 and 26-Degree Celsius. This is the best time to visit the country and enjoy its fabulous offerings. You would have a pleasant holiday in Cambodia and a chance to have greater savings with the cost-effective packages offered by Lowest2.