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If you want to book the adventure of a lifetime, Accor has some of the finest accommodation Cambodia has to offer. Cambodia is a charming land with gentle people and provides travellers with a truly unique experience and an awe-inspiring blend of culinary delights, ancient Khmer architecture, exotic traditional dances, and centuries of history.
Many people travel from the world over to lay eyes upon some of the world's oldest and most resplendent temples, such as the famous Angkor Wat in Siem Reap.
With over 1.7 million international visitors each year, Cambodia is an ancient and majestic land and remains one of Asia's most popular holiday spots for westerners.
Traverse the Mekong river, gaze upon the many ceremonious pagodas, hop from one pristine island to the next, and laze the days away on one of Cambodia's many secluded beaches – all within reach of some of the finest luxury hotels Cambodia has to offer.

Phnom Penh – Cambodia's Capital City

If you want to find the top hotels in Cambodia, the busy capital city of Phnom Penh is a great place to start. This bustling city sits at the intersection of the Tonlé Sap and Mekong rivers. Originally a hub for both the French colonialists and the Khmer Empire, Phnom Penh has a rich cultural tapestry that spans over centuries.
The walkable riverfront is lined with plenty of beautiful parks, restaurants and bars, the ornate Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, and the renowned National Museum that houses ancient artefacts from all over the country.
If you love boutique hotels, Cambodia's capital has plenty of authentic accommodation for you to choose from.

Angkor – The Capital of the Ancient Khmer Empire

Angkor (aka Yasodharapura), was the capital city of the ancient Khmer Empire. The former empire flourished from around the 9th to the 15th centuries and its footprint remains longer after for you to see today.
The city is home to Cambodia's most popular tourist attraction: the magnificent temple of Angkor Wat – a World Heritage Site that is considered to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Tick this historic marvel off the bucket list and stay in one of the many 5-star hotels in Cambodia while you are at it.

Siem Reap – The Historic Gateway to Angkor

Siem Reap is a small resort town in northwestern Cambodia and is often referred to as "the gateway to the ruins of Angkor". Angkor boasts a vast complex of intricate stone buildings which include the preserved temple of Angkor Wat – which you will notice pictured on Cambodia's national flag.

Cambodia has something for everyone

While the many beautiful hotels in Cambodia have plenty of luxurious amenities, you'll want to step outside your comfort zone and do some exploring! You see, in Cambodia, there is simply so much to see and do! If you are looking for an unforgettable experience, then here's a list of the top 20 things to see in Cambodia:

  • Angkor Wat Archaeological Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to many temples including Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and the Bayon Temple, this really is one experience you don't want to miss. Join a tour or take a private tuk-tuk and take your time exploring the beauty and majesty of this area. See the magnificent and still standing Angkor Wat, full of statues and carvings that could take your breath away. Visit Angkor Thom and so many other temples that have been slowly reclaimed by nature, and yet have become almost more stunning for the trees and plants that are growing there. This is one trip that you are sure to never forget.
  • National Museum of Cambodia – located in Phnom Penh, this is the largest museum of cultural history in Cambodia, as well as the best for history and archaeology. Perfect for any fans of learning about the past and cultural traditions of the country.
  • The Royal Palace – as you can probably guess, this is the residence of the royal family in Cambodia. It is here that you can find the Silver Pagoda, as well as the King's throne rooms and many other buildings.
  • Phnom Kulen – also known as 'the Mountain of the Lychees', this mountain range and National Park is also considered a holy place for many of the visitors and locals in the area. Home to some wonderful hikes and waterfalls, you can take a guided tour or simply pay your entrance fee and enjoy it for yourself.
  • Banteay Srei Butterfly Centre – close to Siem Reap you can find one of the largest enclosed butterfly centres in the region, with many species of butterflies from countries all over the world making their home here.
  • Cambodia Landmine Museum – founded by an ex-child soldier who wanted to share the importance and effect of landmines on his country, the Cambodia Landmine Museum is his way of showcasing these mines and educating the public at the same time.
  • Wat Phnom – located in Phnom Penh, Wat Phnom is the tallest religious structure in the city and worth a visit as the centre point of the city.
  • Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center – the largest zoo in Cambodia, it is a favourite destination for those who want to see some wildlife near Phnom Penh.
  • Sambor Prei Kuk – home to ruins dating back to pre-Angkorian times, this archealogical site should not be missed.
  • Phare, the Cambodian Circus – emphasising Cambodian art and artists, the Cambodian Circus promotes education and the arts throughout Cambodia.

Other suggestions include:

  • Bokor Mountain, Kampot
  • Crab Market, Kep
  • Koh Dach
  • Phnom Sampeau, Battambang
  • Bamboo Train
  • Preah Vihear
  • Kratie
  • Cambodian Living Arts
  • Bassac Lane
  • Russian Market

These are just a handful of the most sought-after destinations in Cambodia. The fact is, with so much beauty and culture to explore, you'll never be short of experiences to treasure.

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