Cambodia's magnificent temples are the country's most famous attraction, but venture beyond Angkor and you’ll be rewarded with a far more enriching experience. Our specialists’ first-hand knowledge of the country means that they can arrange for you to see lesser-visited places such as the remote northeast with its bucolic way of life, the glorious south coast and the exotic capital Phnom Penh.
Improved infrastructure means it's now easier to explore hidden corners of this enchanting country and our itinerary ideas highlight routes that combine a visit to Angkor with some lesser-known attractions. Each trip suggestion can be tailored to your interests for a bespoke tour of the country.
Ideas for your trip to Cambodia
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Cambodia, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well. Treat them simply as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely for you by one of our specialists based on your particular tastes and interests.
Four full days to explore the iconic temples of Angkor and some time to enjoy the town of Siem Reap.
Head out to the Tonle Sap lake and explore the floating village of Kompong Khleang.
Explore Cambodia's turbulent history and haggle at the Russian market in Phnom Penh.
Take a boat trip from Kep to the idyllic Rabbit Island where you can relax on the beautiful beach.
Take in the views from Kowloon over to Hong Kong Island.
Enjoy some of the best dim sum in the world with the locals Hong Kong style.
Soak up the atmosphere of Phnom Penh, Cambodia's up and coming capital.
Visit the awe-inspiring temple complex of Angkor Wat and bring out your adventurous side exploring Ta Prohm.
Relax in Kep and experience the flavours of Cambodian cuisine.
Cruise through the lush Mekong Delta region and visit the floating markets.
Watch the sunrise stream through the giant creeper fig trees at Ta Prohm.
Soak up the atmosphere of Saigon.
Learn about Cambodia's modern and ancient history in Phnom Penh.
Take in the majestic temples of Angkor.
Relax on the south coast in Kep.
Kayak the mangrove forests in the peripheries of the Cardamom Mountains.
Learn more about the indigenous elephants in Mondulkiri.
Explore the north east with its traditional villages and coffee plantations.
See the rare Irrawaddy dolphins in Kratie.
Spend a few days navigating the mesmerising city of Saigon.
Explore the kingdom of coconuts, Ben Tre.
Enjoy two nights at a charming riverside lodge in Vinh Long province.
Discover the hidden charm and culture of one of the few remaining Khmer communities in Vietnam.
Journey along the Mekong and Bassac River on board a traditionally styled sampan
End the trip in Cambodia's capital city, Phnom Penh.
Three full days to explore the iconic temples of Angkor and some time to enjoy the town of Siem Reap.
Slow things down with a tour of laid back Battambang.
Explore Cambodia's turbulent history and navigate the busy streets of Phnom Penh by vespa.
Learn about Kampot's famous pepper and experience location dining at its finest.
Relax on the white sand beaches of Koh Rong.
Soak up the culture in Vientiane; one of Southeast Asia's sleepiest capital cities.
Explore the stunning scenery of central Laos, including caves of Kong Lor and Xe Bang Fai.
Enjoy an unforgettable experience, camping under the stars in Nam Theun National Protected Area.
Follow the old 'Angkor Road', taking in the temples of Wat Phou, Preah Vihear, Banteay Srei and of course, Angkor Wat.
Explore the magnificent temples of Angkor.
Learn about Cambodia's growing food and art scene in Battambang.
Kayak, Paddle board and taste your way through Kampot.
Experience the serene atmosphere at 4 Rivers Floating Lodge, Koh Kong.
Relax on Koh Chang, Thailand.
Time exploring the temples of Angkor - including some of the outer lying and less visited sites.
Opportunities to experience and preserve Khmer culture in both Siem Reap and Kampot.
Relax at the remote 4 Rivers Floating Lodge.
Stay in colonial Kampot and coastal Kep.
Enjoy eight days exploring the mighty Mekong aboard the beautiful RV Mekong.
Explore cosmopolitan Saigon.
Explore the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh.
Spend two days discovering the incredible temples of Angkor.
Explore the many temples around Siem Reap including the iconic Angkor Wat.
Cruise out on to Southeast Asia's largest freshwater lake, the Tonle Sap.
Venture into the hills surrounding Chiang Mai for a rural Thailand adventure.
Navigate the huge bustling city of Bangkok where local street vendors and markets are contrasted by ultra modern shopping malls and spectacular sky bars.
Enjoy a three day experience in the beautiful Khao Sok National Park.
Learn to be an elephant keeper with the Wildlife Alliance in Phnom Penh
See the majestic temples of Angkor by bike with an expert guide
Stay in a safari-style tent in the remote Cardamom Mountains
Visit the coastal town of Kep and explore its crab markets
Explore a local community working to preserve Cambodia's wildlife
Visit the bustling capital city of Phnom Penh.
Explore the charming countryside around Battambang.
Wander around the stunning temples of Angkor.
Embark on a true adventure through the Cambodian jungle.
Visit the spectacular and previously off limits Preah Vihear temple.
Experience the full flavour of life surrounding the Mekong in Indochina.
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Luang Prabang, Vat Phou and Angkor Wat.
Enjoy river cruising in Laos and Vietnam.
Explore the vibrant cities of Phnom Penh and Saigon.
Take in five of Indochina's UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Soak up the charming atmosphere of Luang Prabang.
Gain a new wardrobe in Hoi An with a visit to a tailor.
Learn about Cambodia's modern history in Phnom Penh.
Marvel at the scale and majesty of the temples of Angkor.
Discover the incredible Temples of Angkor.
Camp at a remote temple and explore by ‘jungle torch’ at night.
Feast on a tour of Cambodia’s best culinary gems.
Help protect Cambodia’s rainforest by staying in an eco-lodge in the heart of the Cardamom Mountains.
Relax on a beautiful secluded beach.
Explore the cultural highlights of the capital, Phnom Penh.
A visit to the ethereal Ta Prohm temple at dawn and a day to explore the other key temples including Angkor Wat.
An afternoon on Tonle Sap Lake to observe the colourful floating villages.
Luxury beach and relaxation on Song Saa Island Resort.
Discover buddhist culture in Luang Prabang.
Spend a night on a traditional junk cruising among the limestone scenery of Halong Bay.
Explore the fascinating towns of Hoi An and Hue.
Barter at the bustling markets in the Mekong Delta.
Explore the incredible Temples of Angkor.
Some of our favorite travel guides
Cambodia specialist Gareth picks out his top seven experiences in Cambodia to help you create your ideal trip. Phnom Penh’s cuisine, sleepy coastal villages and conservation projects have made the list, as well as a curated selection of Angkor highlights.View this travel guide
The temples of Angkor are comprised of one of the world's greatest man-made wonders and if you travel with Audley we will recommend ways to appreciate some of the busiest sites and would encourage you to visit some of the less-known temples further afield.View this travel guide
On a tailor-made luxury vacation to Cambodia we can offer a wide range of opulent hotels for visitors, close to the jungle-tangled temples of Angkor and the remote white sandy beaches of the south coast.View this travel guide
Think Cambodia and the famous temples of Angkor might automatically come to mind. However, our guide encompasses diverse destinations, from fishing villages to the capital Phnom Penh, and the elephants in the remote hills of Sen Monorom,View this travel guide
Cambodia specialist, and Siem Reap ex-resident, George explains why he sees Cambodia as an ideal family vacation destination. He has picked out experiences that are suitable for children, from exploring temples deep in the jungle to counting the gemstones in Phnom Penh’s glimmering Royal Palace.View this travel guide
Cambodia warrants a longer visit than you might think, says specialist Mark. Remote temples, islands and national parks are opening up to visitors, while Siem Reap and Phnom Penh still have plenty of little-known facets to explore.View this travel guide