Many of Cambodia’s biggest draws are accessible via the country’s sprawling waterways, and this is a pleasant way of traveling around. Pass through Phnom Penh, the colonial capital, on a cruise along the Mekong, or negotiate the floating maze of houses on Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake, the Tonle Sap. From here you can reach Siem Reap, an old market town and gateway to the temples of Angkor.
Whether traveling by small speedboat or larger cruiser you’re afforded a wonderful perspective of everyday life in Cambodia.
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Our suggested Cambodia cruising itineraries
Each of these itineraries features an element, big or small, of experiencing Cambodia by boat. As we’ve discovered, cruising lets you slow the pace and gain a different — sometimes exclusive — perspective on a destination. As with all our itineraries, treat these as just inspiration for your uniquely created trip.
Cambodia and VietnamView this tour
Vietnam's Mekong DeltaCambodia and VietnamView this tour
Cruising the Mekong from Ho Chi Minh City to Siem ReapVietnam and CambodiaView this tour
Following the Mekong: Laos, Cambodia & VietnamVietnam, Laos, Cambodia and ThailandView this tour
Ships selected by our specialists
Ranging from luxurious floating hotels to far simpler options, the selection of Cambodia cruise vessels you can choose from all have one thing in common: they offer unparalleled access to sights well off the beaten track.
Heritage Line JayavarmanCambodia
Heritage Line The JahanVietnam
RV Mekong PandawCambodia