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Ten interesting facts about Cambodia

1. The Cambodian flag is the only national flag that has an image of a building – the Angkor Wat. 2. Cambodia has been changing its name whenever a new government was installed: It was called the Khmer Republic during its republican years, Democratic Kampuchea under the Khmer Rouge regime, and the People’s Republic of Kampuchea under the leftist group called...

Cambodian Cuisine

Cambodian food is so much like Thai, Laos, and Vietnamese food, although it has its own noticeable subtlety because of the traditional ingredients used in every dish. That said, it is not as spicy as Thai and Vietnamese food. Rice and freshwater fish are staple food, and every meal consists of soup, main dish, and dessert. If you want to experience a real Cambodian...

What to do in Cambodia

Temple ruins visits Temples are part of the ancient culture and history of Cambodia, which is why a Cambodian trip is never complete without visiting a single temple. Angkor Wat is of course the most visited temple, but there are a lot more that are worth seeing. In fact, what Cambodia lacks in modern infrastructures it makes up for its thousands of temples. The...

Where to go in Cambodia

Angkor Wat You haven’t experienced the full charm of Cambodia if you haven’t been to Angkor Wat. The largest religious structure in the world, the temple is a national symbol – it is in fact imprinted on Cambodia’s national flag – and stands as a reminder of the ancient Khmer civilization. It was built in the 12th century by King Suryavarman II as a state temple, a...

When to visit Cambodia

As is the case in most Southeast Asian countries, Cambodia has a generally warm climate. Due to its location north of the equator, the climate is influenced by monsoon winds and is divided into four seasons: cool and dry, hot and dry, hot and wet, and cool and wet. The country’s temperature ranges from 21 to 40 °C (69.8 to 104 °F), with the coolest periods coming in...