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Regions of Cambodia

Listed below are the regions of Cambodia that we specialise in, we will provide you with first hand knowledge of each region which will enable us to tailor-make your holiday to Cambodia. 

  • Phnom Penh

    Situated at the confluence of the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers, Cambodia’s capital city is a vibrant mix of wide boulevards, Khmer style temples, crumbling colonial buildings and lively riverside cafés.

  • Siem Reap

    Begun more than one thousand years ago by the legendary Khmer empire, Angkor is one of the world’s most impressive sights. The sheer scale and enormity of the complex will amaze you. Over one thousand temples are contained within the archaeological park which covers an area of more than 400 square kilometres in total.

  • South Coast Cambodia

    Cambodia’s beautiful south coast remains undeveloped and offers some pristine beaches and islands. Sihanoukville is the country’s leading beach resort which is still untouched compared with Thailand and Vietnam’s more established destinations and offers empty white sandy beaches and unspoilt tropical islands.

TURQUOISE ISLAND OF THE MONTH: MATANGI PRIVATE ISLAND, FIJI

This privately owned 240-acre island enjoys an enviable location on a stunning, horseshoe-shaped island in Fiji's lesser known northern group of islands. A haven for divers, honeymooners and romantics, Matangi boasts virgin tropical rainforest, white sand beaches and volcanic rock faces rising from crystal clear waters and vibrant coral reefs.

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TURQUOISE ISLAND OF THE MONTH: MATANGI PRIVATE ISLAND, FIJI

This privately owned 240-acre island enjoys an enviable location on a stunning, horseshoe-shaped island in Fiji's lesser known northern group of islands. A haven for divers, honeymooners and romantics, Matangi boasts virgin tropical rainforest, white sand beaches and volcanic rock faces rising from crystal clear waters and vibrant coral reefs.