Luxury Cambodia Holidays with Only Exclusive Travel
The Kingdom of Cambodia, situated in Southeast Asia, remains one of Asia's most enthralling destinations. A country deeply enriched in its history and culture, it never fails to impress even the most seasoned traveller. Visit the deserted beaches on the gulf of Thailand, experience the exotic senses generated during a visit to Phnom Penh, the deep jungles and the final mystique and grandeur of the glorious Angkorean period. What an utterly unique holiday destination.
The Kingdom of Cambodia has a majestic ring to it, suggesting it is riddled with mystery and legends ingrained in its very atmosphere. And it is. Cambodia hosts one of the greatest archaeological sites: The Ang Kor Wat Temple in North Cambodia. This world heritage site is one of the best and largest preserved religious monuments in the world, is surrounded by an impressive moat on all four corners and is reputed to be a truly glorious site at sunrise. The Angkor complex is a 100,000-acre forested area with the remains of different Khmer monuments and hidden secrets of long forgotten empires and imposing ancient architecture. Once home to the largest civilisation in the East, her colossal statues emerge from the tropical jungle where whole temples are slowly being moved by strangling roots. Once a forgotten land, The Kingdom of Cambodia whispers its wise secrets.
Luxury Cambodia Resorts
Cambodia is a land of warm, enigmatic people maintaining the richness of their culture for the world to see. Despite struggling through bloody political instability in the past, Cambodians have an unbreakable spirit and an optimism that travellers often remark upon as being extremely infectious. Experience the out-doable hospitality of the local people at the luxury Song Saa Private Island resort, an exclusive sanctuary off the coast of The Kingdom, and experience a refreshing fusion of indigenous culture and modern luxury.
You have the option to experience the local cuisine when staying in Cambodia, including dishes such as the ‘bai sach chrouk’ which is a pork and rice dish, Khymer red curry, ‘lap Khymer’ which is lime-marinated beef with salad, and for those with a more adventurous palate, red tree ants with beef and holy basil.