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With the world’s largest religious structure, fabulous beaches and delightful foods, exotic vacations don’t get much better than travel to Cambodia!

What to do

It’s known as the “Pearl of Asia” for good reason. Its location on the Gulf of Thailand offers stunning beaches where backpackers and upscale travelers alike gather to relax in the warm air and lounge in the warm waters -- particularly around the city of Sihanoukville in the southwest part of the country.

Cambodia’s Angkor Wat, near Siep Reap, meanwhile, is probably the country’s most iconic landmark. Built as a Hindu temple in the 12th century, it eventually became a Buddhist shrine, and remains so today. When you travel to Cambodia, there’s no doubt you’ll be tempted to be one of the millions of tourists who travel to Angkor Wat every year.

Other things to do include touring the vast marketplaces and palaces of the capital city of Phnom Penh, visiting the floating villages of the “Great Lake” of Tonle Sap, or going hiking in the lush tropical forests of the Cardamom Mountains. While in the city, be sure to catch a traditional music show, complete with Khmer classical dancing or folk dancing. With the intricate costuming and unique musical arrangements, it’s an experience not to be missed.

Where to Stay

Cambodia’s beach zone of Sihanoukville is home to a wide array of accommodations, from the upscale variety to budget hostels and private rooms. The capital city will also offer everything from luxury accommodations to rooms for the budget traveler. And since getting around when you travel to Cambodia can be relatively inexpensive, you’ll be sure to have a little extra room in your budget for a relaxing massage or spa treatment!

What to Eat

Prepare for a culinary feast when you travel to Cambodia. Like neighboring Thailand, the signature spices of Cambodia include lemongrass, kaffir lime, fish sauce, ginger, coconut and tamarind -- all combined with delightful curries, rice stir fries, noodles, and even the French-influenced baguettes that abound in the country. Because of its reliance on the Mekong River, fresh fish is also a staple of the Cambodian diet.

Take advantage of amazing travel experiences in Cambodia by consulting with your trusted travel advisor. Contact Going Places Travel to book your trip today.

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