In the middle of the Cambodian rice field, with its sugar palm tree scattered everywhere, a buffalo-cart drags its cargo of rice straw.

 

Once the land of the most powerful kingdom of the region, Cambodia holds a fascinating archaeological heritage. Angkor Park and countless other temples spread over the whole territory and beyond the borders, exemplifying the grandeur of this civilization.

 

A country of plains nested between Thailand and Vietnam, Cambodia has always been a land of trade and exchanges. Very different people came here to establish themselves and seek prosperity: Chinese, Malay, Vietnamese. In the center of the country, the Tonle Sap, a true economic reserve, is a unique phenomenon in the world. Men adapted themselves to its flooded forests and rich ecosystem.

 

In the south, waters of the Gulf of Siam bathe still untouched shores, some abandoned during the war years, others still to be discovered. Cambodia has gone through difficult years but Cambodians are rising up and are proud to welcome you with their legendary smile.

 

Excursions in Cambodia that make Solidarasia journey special. Combine them and create your tour (minimum 7 days)

Battambang way of life

Les Terres de Battambang sont connus pour leur fertilité. C’est une sorte de grenier à riz du Cambodge, et c’est aussi une région bien secouée par les remous de l’histoire. Tantôt au Siam, tantôt au Cambodge, cela a fait, au...

From 120 EUR

2 jours

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Mondolkiri, the Cambodian Highlands

Take some time during your visit in Cambodia to discover a region remarkably isolated until very recently. For many people in Mondulkiri, roads and motorbikes did not exist until 2000. Instead, they traveled on the backs of their elephants. During our...

From 140 EUR

1 day

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The people among Angkor temples

All visitors to Cambodia will come to see these magnificent remains lost in the jungle. Most of them don’t know that people settled here after the Khmer Rouge genocide and inhabit the archaeological park. They rebuilt their lives here, tending...

From 170 EUR

2 days

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Prek Changkran: by Cambodian silk weavers

Share a moment with weaver families of the Prek Changkran village. This village is famous throughout Cambodia as the villagers are considered to be the best silk weavers in the country. Discover their handicrafts and their daily life in the countryside...

From 80 EUR

1 day

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Village Life on the Tonle Sap Lake

Discover one of the most unique habitats in the world: the floating villages of Tonle Sap lake. Travel by boat and visit floating villages where inhabitants move their village according to the rise and descent of the lake. Support the activities of...

From 240 EUR

2 days

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Villagers Protected Forest near Snuol

Snuol is a district very near the Vietnamese border, in the northeast of Cambodia. This is an area not frequented by tourists who only cross it to go and watch the dolphins of the Mekong River in Kratie or the Mondulkiri...

From 90 EUR

1 day

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