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A journey to Angkor Wat is an adventure, an experience, a moment in time. In little more than a decade, Cambodia’s temple town of Siem Reap has developed from a few blocks of crumbling colonial architecture into a bustling tourist mecca. And while you can experience Angkor in a day, a three day itinerary means the time to soak up the main structures at your leisure and get a good impression of the former might of the Khmer culture.

But Angkor Wat is merely the beginning. Visit any of the country’s top ten temples to experience the wondrous architectural feats of the ancient Khmer Empire. Kampuchea, as the Khmer call their homeland, has a timeless, mysterious, and somewhat anarchic quality, quite unlike any land you have visited before.

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Travel Maps of Cambodia

Download free, printable maps of Cambodia for your personal use.

Currently available from the pages of our travel guides are over twenty maps of Cambodia.

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Travel map of Siem Reap in Angkor Wat

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Get Inspired With Our Most Recent Cambodia Articles

From the funky art galleries of Battambang to remote forest temples away from the main highways to the lively bars in Phnom Penh, discover the enduring wonders of Cambodia. Here are our four most recent articles to get you started or you can browse all Cambodia content.

Cambodian fruit spread. Photo by Lexie Flickinger, licensed Creative Commons Attribution.

All About Traditional Cambodian Food

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Gay and Lesbian Travelers in Cambodia

Preah Pithu T Monks in Siem Reap. By JJ Harrison (jjharrison89@facebook.com) (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Photography Tips for Travelers in Cambodia

Cambodia is a very photogenic country: spectacular temples that change personality with the shifting light of day, colonial architecture, river and lake vistas, forests and white sand beaches, and, most importantly, the country’s enigmatic and friendly people. Here are a few basic tips on how to get the best shots on your travels.

Photo © U.S. Navy Chief Mass Communication Specialist Greg Badger/Released, licensed Creative Commons Attribution.

Volunteering in Cambodia

Following decades of conflict, Cambodia is still an extremely poor country. With a plethora of aid projects in the country, it’s difficult to know where to go and what to do. The organizations listed here are your best bet at making a positive and meaningful impact with your volunteer experience.