Cambodia – Beyond Angkor Wat
The intricately carved temples of Angkor are Cambodia’s main draw, but elsewhere in the country, you’ll find vibrant minority villages and great swathes of wilderness. Our Southeast Asia specialists have visited Cambodia time and time again, meeting knowledgeable guides and seeking out comfortable beds in sublime locations. Aiming to take you beyond the obvious, our specialists can build a tailor-made itinerary to help you make the most of your Cambodia holiday.
Gradually reclaimed by jungle over hundreds of years, Angkor’s temples still retain their mystery and we can point you toward some of the smaller, lesser-visited sites. French colonists have left behind a legacy of European-style villas and baroque-influenced gardens, best seen along the boulevards of Phnom Penh. To the northeast, the hills and forests shelter wild elephants and mighty waterfalls, as well as resilient minority peoples. To the south, you can soak up the relaxed atmosphere of sleepy coastal towns and enjoy the local delicacy, crab.
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If you prefer to travel on your own, with a group of your friends or family members, we will work with you and your party to design a fully customised private tour.
Listed below are some examples of the private tours we have designed and organised.
ATI team undertook a familiarisation trip to explore textiles tradition of this region, especially Ikat weaving.
Singapore | Phnom Penh | Siem Reap | Angkor Wat | Banteay Srei | Preah Vihear | Banteay Chhmar | Phnom Srok | Preah Netr Preah | Battambang | Phnom Penh | Singapore
Cambodia is an alluring country that is rich in both culture and beautiful landscapes.
Cambodia is most popular between November and April, when it sees very little rain. During this time you’ll see clear blue skies, making it a great time to enjoy a relaxing getaway on the southern coast. Outside of this period humidity increases and the rains come, assisting Cambodian farmers in the growing of their crops. However, you shouldn’t be deterred from travelling – the countryside is lush and green, rivers are full and flowing, and the temples are quiet. This is the best time to visit some of the outer-lying temples, which will often be deserted. At the end of the summer one of Cambodia’s true wonders comes to life – The Tonle Sap, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and home to Cambodia’s floating villages.