Kep National Park Cambodia Hiking Trails

Kep National Park Cambodia: How to hike in Kep

Kep National Park – Hiking mountains in Cambodia

Located in the south east of Cambodia, Kep National Park offers one of the only hiking and national park experiences in the country that doesn’t require a guide. The lush mountain ranges offer spectacular scenery and views of Vietnam’s Phu Quoc Island and Cambodia’s own Bokor Ranges.

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Exploring Kampot Caves - Kampong Trach cave temple in limestone mountains

Exploring Kampot caves in Cambodia

Kampot Caves

Located a short distance outside Kampot town are a series of limestone karst mountains that hide numerous caves and caverns. The Kampot caves have an interesting history, both being used as religious shrines, and also to harbour locals during tumultuous times, such as when the Khmer Rouge were in power. 

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Bokor National Park Cambodia View from the top of Bokor Mountain

Bokor National Park Cambodia – Kampot Attractions

Bokor National Park Cambodia

Preah Monivong, also known as Bokor National Park, located just outside of Kampot town is a beautiful natural park with a rich with history and culture. Although it is possible to hike through the national park itself, most visitors are keen to explore the many treasures of Bokor National Park. An easy day trip from Kampot, Bokor National Park Cambodia is easily one of the best Kampot attractions.

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Dry Season in Cambodia - a beautiful view through the window of a mountain temple

Dry Season in Cambodia: Best time to travel?

Dry Season in Cambodia: Is it the best time to travel?

When a lot of people hear the words ‘rainy season’ or worse ‘monsoon season’ they tend to steer clear of travelling during those times. Just because a country has a dry season however, doesn’t necessarily mean that that is the best time to travel. In the case of Cambodia, there are pro’s and con’s to travelling in either season. Dry season in Cambodia is high season, but is it the best time to experience the country? And what do monsoons have to do with it?

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Temples of Siem Reap The temple of Bayon has 216 Buddha face

A Complete Guide to the Temples of Siem Reap

Temples of Siem Reap – Everything you need to know before you go

The temples of Siem Reap are one of the highlights of Cambodia and South East Asia. We generally try not to do the same activity twice, but while I had explored the temples of Angkor in 2014, Ben had never seen them, so we had always intended to go back. After all, you can’t go to Cambodia and skip it.

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Crossing a narrow bridge on our Battambang Tuk Tuk Tour

Battambang Tuk Tuk Tour – What can you see?

Battambang Tuk Tuk Tour – A perfect way to explore Battambang

One of the easiest and best ways to see Battambang is to take a Battambang tuk tuk tour. With the right driver, or a plan of what you want to see, you’ll have a great day in and around the city.

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Phnom Penh Zoo Tamao Wildlife Rescue center

Phnom Penh Zoo – Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center

Phnom Penh Zoo – Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center

The Phnom Penh Zoo, more accurately known as the Tamao Wildlife rescue center, or Phnom Tamao, is an amazing facility, housing and rehabilitating some of Asia’s most mistreated wildlife. It is the largest zoo in Cambodia with over 12000 rescued animals from more than 102 species.

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Royal Palace Phnom Penh Dress Code Cambodia

5 Best things to do in Phnom Penh and the dress codes for them

There are some fascinating things to do in Phnom Penh if you’re interested in learning about Cambodian culture and history. If you’re visiting the historical and cultural sites it’s important that you dress appropriately. The Royal Palace Phnom Penh dress code is a great guide for what is considered appropriate attire when visiting these sites in what is a modest, conservative country.

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