For any Cambodia holiday, your port of arrival is likely to be either Siem Reap or Phnom Penh, in both instances you will be well advised to spend few nights in either city. Siem Reap plays a role as gateway to the Angkor Temples and a great base for exploring the extraordinary complex of jungle-clad temples and ruins; Phnom Penh, Cambodia's turmoil capital, is now a lively city with enough to keep most travellers well occupied for at least a day or two.
Your holiday might take in the exquisite beaches of Kep and Sihanoukville, where you can find secluded low-key luxury that’s perfect for a romantic break or stylish honeymoon, while French-Colonial Battambang boasts charm, great architecture and crowd-free Angkor-era temples. Koh Kong and the Cardamom Mountains are a nature-lover’s paradise that’s ripe with light adventure. Boats are an interesting alternative way to explore - the Mekong River flows through Kratie, a delightful colonial town and jumping off point for north-eastern Cambodia, where the trails go dusty and disappear into the forest of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri - perfect if you fancy heading even further off the typical itinerary.
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