Things to do in Cambodia

Cambodia has gained a fair number of visitors in recent times. Although Angkor Wat has always been a huge draw for its quiet beauty and sheer immense size. But there are also several other things to do in Cambodia apart from Angkor. Relaxing beaches, adventure sports and a host of other activities await you if you’re planning to do Cambodia sightseeing. Cities like Phnom Penh and Hanoi are always full of fun things to do whether it’s shopping in markets or enjoying food like a local.

Some of the best things to do in Cambodia are also to do with nature. There are dense forests here as well as several wildlife sanctuaries where people can go for safaris or adventure sports. If that doesn’t appeal to you, there are several cultural festivals too that bring out the beauty of Cambodia through fun-filled activities. If you can’t wait to get some Cambodia sightseeing done, then do check the SOTC website for offers and deals on Cambodia tour packages.

Here are some of the top things to do in Cambodia.

This 12th century temple complex ranks first among the many things to do in Cambodia. While there are certainly many temples and monuments here, the best of course is the Angkor Wat which is supposed to be the world’s biggest religious monument.

If you enjoy watching the waves roll back and forth and find everything about a beach to be soothing, you’re in luck. Cambodia has several beaches. Some of the best ones include Victory Beach in Sihanoukville, Koh Pos with the Techo Morakat Bridge, Koh Thmei, which is part of Ream National Park and Koh Tonsai which means Rabbit Island.

With its many dense forests, Cambodia has some excellent national parks that have been preserved and maintained well. Visitors can go on safaris and expeditions in some of the famous parks such as Ream National Park, Phnom Aural National Park and Phnom Kulen National Park.

Cambodia’s festivals are influenced by Buddhism although some are more cultural than religious in nature. Some of these include All Souls Day and Water Festival.

The market scene in Phnom Penh is quite delightful. After you’ve spent the day looking at monuments and museums, the best way to unwind is by visiting one of the many markets here. There’s delicious street food, funky music and a vibrant nightlife.

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