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      Cambodia, a country in South-East Asia is known for its mountains, coastline, markets, culture, tragic past, and the very famous Angkor Vat. Read more

      If you were to ask me right now what traveling means to me, I’d tell you that it is a little packet of surprise. Every time I pack my bags for a new adventure, I’m always thrilled about the new experiences, new people and perspectives that I’ll be able to bring back with me. I’m a software engineer by profession and traveling is my little break from my otherwise demanding life. Read more

      Full of history and beauty, Cambodia is truly an ideal romantic destination for a honeymoon. This is home to one of the mystical Read more

      Phnom Penh is a beautiful Southeast Asian city and the capital of Cambodia. Once the capital of the French colony of Cambodia and Manchuria, Phnom Penh has an interesting pre and post-colonial history, giving rise to a plethora of things to do in Phnom Penh. Its great boulevards are still lined with old colonial French villas and buildings Read more

      Cambodia is a Southeast Asian country wrapped by Laos, Vietnam, and Thailand from three sides. The country is also called Kampuchea by natives. Read more

      When comes to traveling visiting the safaris or zoos helps to create happy memories of the entire trip. If you are a nature lover then Phnom Penh Safari is the place you should visit at least once in a lifetime. Read more

      The Southeast Asian country of Cambodia has been successful in luring tourists from all over the world with its charming temple ruins of the world famous Angkor Wat. The capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh is the most visited city in the country next to the historical Siem Reap. The joy of visiting this beautiful city multiplies in folds when the stay is comfortable and hassle-free. Though the city offers many hotels and resorts for tourists, the bliss and seclusion that a villa provides are unmatched. So, here are a few villas in Phnom Penh one can consider while planning on a trip to the wonderful city.

      Beautiful Villas In Phnom Penh

      The city brims with rich cultural venues that gives one an insight into its golden history as well as its unfortunate encounter with war and destruction. [ls_content_block id="219270"]

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      Suggested Read: 10 Homestays In Phnom Penh To Stay At For An Authentic Cambodian Experience

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      Best Time To Visit Phnom Penh

      Best Time To Visit Phnom Penh
      Image SourceThe best time to visit Phnom Penh would be from September to February. As the country shares its tropical climate with the other Southeast Asian Countries, the weather in Cambodia is always on the higher scale of the metre. Although starting from September, the temperature starts to dip providing a pleasant environment if not chilly. The average temperature around these months in Phnom Penh would be around 24℃. Since the autumn and winter months are the ideal time to visit the city, the Phnom Penh villas might cost a little high during those months. It is best to avoid the summer and monsoon months from April to August as the humidity will be unbearable.

      How To Reach Phnom Penh

      How To Reach Phnom Penh
      Image SourceThe best possible way to travel from India to Phnom Penh is by air as it has an airport of its own. As there are no direct flights to Phnom Penh yet, one can hop on to the connecting flight either from Bangkok or Singapore. The city is also connected to the countries like Laos and Thailand by road. One can take a bus from Phnom Penh to places like Siem Reap in order to visit the ruins of Angkor Wat. For those looking for a cruise experience, one can even reach the city by sea from Vietnam.

      Further Read: 9 Phnom Penh Restaurants That Offer The Ultimate Gastronomic Experience In Cambodia

      The city of Phnom Penh is filled with rich history and culture which makes a visit to this Southeast Asian city a must in one’s lifetime. One can be amused by the serenity of the place even when it is bustling with people working towards raising the economy of the country. The above-mentioned villas in Phnom Penh prove how unique Cambodia is. With even the stay option sorted out, book your tickets to Cambodia today with TravelTriangle and get lost in the magnanimity of the city of Phnom Penh.

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      The Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue center is positioned 36 km to the south of the Phnom Penh's capital. Entry charges for foreigners are $2 for children and $5 for adults. To tour the center you will require taking a tuk-tuk, a taxi, or book on an arranged trip. Read more

      Koh Rong Island is a beautiful island off the southern coast of Cambodia, closest to the town of Sihanoukville. Known for its white sand beaches, clear blue waters and tropical climate, the island is the perfect spot for a tropical vacation. Read more

      Battambang has been experiencing an increase in tourists from all over the world past couple of years now. It is known for being a gorgeous city and the has become popular among tourists who love shopping in Battambang. Read more

      The UNESCO World Heritage site is a true wonder and is a place of spiritual tranquillity. After Phnom Penh, Siem Reap is the only other city in Cambodia, which mesmerises everyone who visits the place. You will be surprised though, that Angkor Read more

      A visit to the divine land of Cambodia remains incomplete if you are not paying a visit to Baphuon Temple. Read more

      Water sports in Phnom Penh are famous for enticing the wild side of you. This is the place to get pleasure from a variety of different water sports tricks to the fullest. Read more

      Kampot is one of the popular backpacker destinations of Cambodia, known for its huge plantations and paddy fields. Read more

      Bokor Hill Station, much like other places in Asia, first gained prominence as a summer retreat for colonial settlers seeking to escape the summer heat that they were unaccustomed to. Read more

      Cambodia is fast emerging as the preferred holiday destination of people looking to holiday in Southeast Asia. The distinct traditions of Khmer culture, as exemplified in the world famous heritage temples of Angkor, are a major draw for tourists. However, Cambodia also has some of the most beautiful natural attractions in the region, including sandy beaches, uninhabited islands, and tropical forests. Read more

      For all those who are exploring the destination to plan best Siem Reap Nature & Wildlife Tours, for them, wildlife centuries and birdlife centuries are a great piece of choice that they can visit and experience the pleasure of being in between nature and its varied inhabitants. Read more

      Cambodia is a country located in the Southeast Asia and is bordered by countries like Vietnam, Laos and Thailand. With a population of 116 million today, this country is majorly dominated by the Buddhism religion. Although in today’s date, this country is well established and has already maintained peace with its past! A land that has been through so much of violence and slavery due to war is now one of the most remarkable countries in the world. The War Museum Cambodia is the biggest museum here which gives an insight of the perils that Cambodia had gone through during the war that happened in the last three decades. As you walk through this museum it will take you through the journey of the war year that shattered Cambodia and how it bravely managed to rise from the ashes. With a Unique collection of the different kinds of war machines Read more