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Phnom-Penh Siem Reap
4 September 2021 | 7 nights | 2 people
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Marvels of Southeast Asia
£1799pp

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21-nights

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Angkor Wat, Ha Long Bay & Paradise Shores
£1999pp

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17-nights

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Bangkok, Angkor Wat & Ha Long Bay
£2099pp

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17-nights

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Temples & Treasures of South East Asia
£2999pp

Breakfast • Flights inc

24-nights

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Wonders of Southeast Asia
£1999pp

Breakfast • Flights inc

20-nights

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Temples, Treasures & Beaches of Asia
£3399pp

Breakfast • Flights inc

27-nights

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Cambodia Blog posts

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2nd June 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

9 best things to do in Sihanoukville, Cambodia

Sihanoukville, aka Kampong Som or simply Preah Sihanouk, is a city in Cambodia. It is also the capital of the Sihanoukville Province. Here, you can visit plenty of tourist spots such as beaches, waterfalls, temples, and markets. If you want to witness the daily Cambodian life, then Sihanoukville will offer you that experience while enjoying its tourist destinations....

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22nd April 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

How to travel by land from Cambodia to Vietnam - A backpacker’s guide

In this article, you will know how to travel by land from Cambodia to Vietnam. For those backpackers who want to go to South East Asia, Cambodia to Vietnam route (or vice-versa) is very popular. Traveling by bus or land is also a cheap alternative compared to using the plane.... The post How to Travel by Land from Cambodia to Vietnam (A Backpacker’s Guide) appeared first on Two Monkeys Travel Group. ......

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12th November 2020 by Stoked to Travel

The best places to visit in Cambodia

Wedged in between Vietnam, Laos and Thailand, this small but beautiful country is a much-loved stop on most South East Asia itineraries. Once mostly popular with just backpackers, Cambodia and the surrounding countries now have plenty to offer all travellers. There has been a raft of new luxury hotel openings, more family-friendly activities and better flight paths into the country. Cambodia is most famous for Angkor Wat, a mammoth temple complex near Siem Reap. Visiting here has long been the...

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1st October 2019 by PommieTravels

Top 5 places for solo travelers in Vietnam and Cambodia

Solo travel doesn’t have to mean loneliness. No matter where I go, I find a new pleasure, absorb some new things, and meet awesome new friends. I think that this is a blessing that not many people have, and the more I travel, the more I feel blessed.  For many years, I have visited many wonderlands of the world. Among them, Vietnam and Cambodia impress me most. These two nations offer me so many mysteries to discover. Journeying from the natural to man-made wonders, Vietnam Cambodia...

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30th August 2019 by PommieTravels

Cambodia’s seaside: Queenco Hotel & Casino

Queenco Hotel & Casino can be considered the perfect seaside retreat with white powdery sands at Victory Beach in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. The hotel & casino can be a good choice for those who are looking to enjoy their favourite wine on the beachfront terrace while watching the sunset. ...

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12th May 2015 by Follow Me East

Two days in Phnom Penh

Depending which forums you read, Phnom Penh is either the new 'it' city of Asia or a dusty little town only good for a transit point. We spent two days in Cambodia's capital and concluded that it deserves neither such praise nor such censure. Cambodia's recent history is devastating, but modern Phnom Penh is a city on the go making up for lost time. Here are some ideas for two days in Phnom Penh.Like the English colonialists left railroads, the French left good food. Phnom Penh is no...

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30th April 2015 by Follow Me East

72 hours around Angkor archaeological park

I've never seen a tree pull apart a building before, holding the components in separate parts by its root system. The ruins here appear to have grown from the ground and, from where I'm standing, it looks like nature wants them back. There's a fantastical, mystical look about this place, as if it should only be possible in fiction but it's very real and on a vast scale, rousing your inner child who may as well have strolled into novels of J.R.R. Tolkien or C.S. Lewis.The size of Angkor...