Asia Transpacific Journeys: How to Travel to Cambodia


The Banyon is serene, other-worldly

Plan a vacation in stunning Cambodia! Learn about the exciting things to see and do, and plan your Cambodia trip with Asia Transpacific Journeys.

Mysterious ruins amid stunning waterfalls, lush jungles, and sugary beaches are only a few of the wonders you’ll find here, and there’s nothing standing between you and the extraordinary. Planning an exciting and unforgettable Cambodia tour is easier than you think. Follow these steps to simplify your journey to this land of countless beauties.

1. Call Asia Transpacific Journeys to speak with our Cambodia travel agents.  Whether you decide on a small group tour or a custom journey, our team of experts can help with every detail.

2. Decide when you want to travel to Cambodia. The weather is pleasant year-round, but the winter months are the least humid.  Temperatures peak around April, and a wet season from early summer to mid-fall brings heavy, quick downpours that present no problem to most visitors but may hinder travel to remote locales.

3. Before your trip, research Cambodian sites, culture, and history. We suggest starting with our recommended reading list and customized travel guide. A trip to Cambodia is incomplete without standing in awe of Angkor Wat, the ruins of the largest religious structure in the world, and Cambodia is home to many more temple ruins. Lucky travelers can see floating villages on Tonle Sap Lake, explore mangroves and waterfalls in the Koh Kong Conservation Corridor, and experience a fantastic mesh of history and innovation in the capital city of Phnom Penh.

Your vacation to the mystical land of Cambodia doesn’t have to be complicated. Contact Asia Transpacific Journeys to book your Cambodia tour today!

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