CAMBODIA, Cambodia offers an incredible range of scenic locales; from its azure seas and white sandy beaches to the mist shrouded mountains. And all throughout, the land an dit people is imbued with a rich cultural heritage to be found anywhere from our stony temples to the great lake of Tonle Sap, to our hill tribes of the mountain region.
There are many imaginable activities can be arranged during your holiday in the Kingdom of Cambodia. Select from the following activities to learn more about Cambodia's diverse activities before or within your travel in Cambodia.
Minimum : 2 people Tour Type : Private Duration : 2 days 1 nights Rate :205 USD - 230 USD
You can have a quick journey at Siem Reap city and Angkor Wat within 2 days without missing the most recommended places. This tour is for peole who have short time because it worths every single minute you have.
Minimum : 2 people Tour Type : Private Duration : 3 days 2 nights Rate :336 USD - 401 USD
Be amazed at seeing the famous Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom.
You will be impressed by the incredible architecture which
some of them are a thousand years old and show the incredible
ancient Kmer wisdom. This is what has made this site ranges into
one of the World Seven Wonders.
Minimum : 2 people Tour Type : Private Duration : 4 days 3 nights Rate :345 USD - 393USD
Since Angkor Wat has never stopped amazing you with its grandeur, the longer you stay, the more you absorb Cambodia marvellous attractions. Besides the architecture, history, nature, Kmer people lifestyle are also intereseting.
Minimum : 2 people Tour Type : Private Duration : 3 days 2 nights Rate : 338USD - 391USD
For a quick look of Siemreap and Phnom Penh tour, this tour is a good chice. After wandering around Phnom Penh city, continue making a journey by car to Siem Reap, including Angkor Wat - Angkor Thom. A rapid tour which is worth trying one!
Minimum : 2 people Tour Type : Private Duration : 4 days 3 nights Rate :482USD - 557USD
Discover the world famous Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. Enjoy wandering around 2 cities ; Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. The great journey in Kmer Kingdoms awaits you everyday, all year round. The architecture here is nothing but keeps stunning you!
Minimum : 2 people Tour Type : Private Duration : 7 days 6 nights Rate : 802USD - 1028USD
The most recommended program to explore Cambodia. You will visit all attractions in Siem Reap, Phnom Penh and new adventure, Preah Sihanouk. You will be impressed with Tonle Sap, Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom in Siem Reap, spend the wonderful time in Phnom Penh Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda. Beside, unruffled beaches and Islands in Preah Sihanouk make your vacations memorable!
Minimum : 2 people Tour Type : Private Duration : 21 days 20 nights Rate : 3,209 USD
It's not easy to fit all the wonders of Southeast Asia into one trip, but this package makes the impossible possible. You will journey along Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia and visit ll glamourous places of each country within one package. Once in a life time tour package you should try!
Cambodia has a land area of 181,035 square kilometers in the southwestern part of the Indochina peninsula, about 20 percent of which is used for agriculture. It lies completely within the tropics with its southern most points slightly more than 10° above the Equator. The country capital city is Phnom Penh.
International borders are shared with Thailand and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic on the West and the North, and the Social Republic of Viet Nam on the East and the Southeast. The country is bounded on the Southeast by the Gulf of Thailand. In comparison with neighbors, Cambodia is a geographical contact country administratively composed of 20 provinces, three of which have relatively short maritime boundaries, 2 municipalities, 172 districts, and 1,547 communes. The country has a coastline of 435 km and extensive mangrove stands, some of which are relatively undisturbed.
Cambodia is located in Southeast Asia, in the tropical zone, just 10-13 degrees north of the equator. Like most of Southeast Asia, Cambodia is warm to hot year round and the climate is dominated by the annual monsoon cycle with its alternating wet and dry seasons. The monsoon cycle is driven by cyclic air pressure changes over central Asia. As theMap Southeast Asia pressure drops during the summer months (June through October), moist air is drawn landward from the ocean bringing the southwest monsoon rains to Cambodia and much of Southeast Asia. Come the winter months (November through May), the air pressure over central Asia rises, driving cool dry air back across Southeast Asia and bringing on a largely rainless dry season to Cambodia. The mean daily temperature also rises and falls with the winter and summer months, but not exactly in time with the wet and dry season, effectively creating four annual seasons in Cambodia.
The population of Cambodia today is about 10 million. About 90-95 percent of the people are Khmer ethnic. The remaining 5-10 percent include Chinese-Khmers, Khmer Islam or Chams, ethnic hill-tribe people, known as the Khmer Loeu, and Vietnamese. About 10 percent of the population lives in Phnom Penh, the capital, making Cambodia largely a country of rural dwellers, farmers and artisans.
The ethnic groups that constitute Cambodian society possess a number of economic and demographic commonalties- for example. Chinese merchants lived mainly in urban centers and play middlemen in many economic cycles, but they also preserve differences in their social and cultural institutions. They were concentrated mostly in central and in southeastern Cambodia, the major differences among these groups lie in social organization, language, and religion.
The majority of the inhabitants of Cambodia are settled in fairly permanent villages near the major bodies of water in the Tonle Sap Basin-Mekong Lowlands region. The Khmer Loeu live in widely scattered villages that are abandoned when the cultivated land in the vicinity is exhausted. The permanently settled Khmer and Cham villages usually located on or near the banks of a river or other bodies of water. Cham villages usually are made up almost entirely of Cham, but Khmer villages, especially in central and in southeastern of Cambodia, typically include sizable Chinese communities.
Thearavada Buddhism is the official religion in Cambodia which is practiced by 95 percent of the population-- just like that of Thailand, Burma, Sri Lanka. However, Christianity and Cham Muslim are being active and popular among a large number of population as well in the capital and provinces, showing a sign of growth. Daoism and Confuism are also commonly practiced among the Chinese people.
The Cambodian language is Khmer, which is inherited itself - and advanced in education with application of Indic languages Pali and Sangkrit from India.
Also, the Khmer language is influenced by spoken and written Thai. Some technical languages are borrowed from French. However, English is commonly communicated in hotels and business compounds at present days.
English and French are popular second languages and Chineses is the third.
Throughout Cambodia's history, religious principles guided and inspired its arts. A unique Khmer style emerged from the combination of indigenous animistic beliefs and the originally Indian religions of Hinduism and Buddhism. These two religions, along with the Sanskrit language and other elements of Indian civilization, arrived in mainland Southeast Asia during the first few centuries ad.
Seafaring merchants following the coast from India to China brought them to the port cities along the Gulf of Thailand, which were then controlled by the state of Funan in Cambodia. At varying times, Cambodian culture also absorbed Javanese, Chinese, and Thai influences.
No one knows for certain how long people have lived in what is now Cambodia, as studies of its prehistory are undeveloped. A carbon-l4 dating from a cave in northwestern Cambodia suggests that people using stone tools lived in the cave as early as 4000 bc, and rice has been grown on Cambodian soil since well before the 1st century ad. The first Cambodians likely arrived long before either of these dates. They probably migrated from the north, although nothing is known about their language or their way of life.