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When should you travel to Cambodia? 

Cambodia’s climate is divided into two distinct seasons: the rainy season and the dry season.

The ideal time to travel to Cambodia is the period from November to February next year, at this time the weather is mild, sunny, not too hot and less rainy. In addition, every April is the Khmer New Year, so there are many festivals in Cambodia. From mid-November every year, there is a water procession and boat racing festival.

If you cannot stand the heat or do not have good physical strength, you should avoid April and May, which are the hottest months in Cambodia when the temperature of the day is often at 40 degrees Celsius. Especially, if you want to go this time, it should be noted to bring a hat, umbrella and full sunscreen, prepare long clothes to have the best tour.

From May to October is the rainy season in Cambodia, especially in September and October. You should avoid going to Cambodia this season if you don’t want the trip to be a rest at the hotel.

Transportation of Cambodia tours from Ho Chi Minh City


Flight tickets from Ho Chi Minh City to Cambodia, Vietnam Airlines will be a great suggestion to bring you to the beautiful land of pagodas, a neighboring friend of Vietnam. Operated by Vietnam Airlines in collaboration with Cambodia Angkor Air, direct flights from Saigon to Cambodia have the following return fares (varies from time to time):

  • Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) – Phnom Penh (PNH): From 168 USD or more
  • Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) – Siem Reap (REP): From 148 USD or more


  • One-way Economy Class fares include taxes and fees.
  • Airfares of Vietnam Airlines may change depending on the time of booking.


Some of the best quality limousines from Saigon to Cambodia:

Sorya bus – 168

Sorya bus 168 is a high quality limousine bus route to Cambodia from Saigon to Phnom Penh today. The car has a location right at 301 Pham Ngu Lao, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City and 302 Cong Hoa – Ward 13 – Tan Binh.

  • Location: No. 302 Cong Hoa, Ward 13, Tan Binh District.
  • Departure time: 7:00, 8:30, 09:00, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30, 16:30
  • Basic fare: 220,000 VND/ticket/way from Saigon to Phnom Penh – Siem Reap – Sihanouk Ville…

Limousine Long Phuong

Long Phuong limousine bus ensures high quality to Cambodia from Saigon. This garage driver is completely familiar with all roads from our country to yours. Professional service staff, dedicated and professional, help customers feel completely secure when moving with this garage.

  • Location: 313 Pham Ngu Lao, District 1.
  • Departure time: 6:30, 8:30, 11:30, 11:30, 15:30.
  • Basic fare: 190,000 VND/ticket/way from Saigon to Phnom Penh, if you book a return ticket this route, it’s only 170,000 VND/ticket/way

Thai Duong bus

Thai Duong is also a high-quality bus operator to Cambodia from Saigon, which is considered a mobile palace with reasonable price, prestige and high quality. The bus operator to Cambodia serves customers with the most dedication, enthusiasm and friendliness. Thai Duong brings customers a very peaceful trip, stable prices and no sudden increase in ticket prices.

  • Location: No. 302 Cong Hoa, Ward 13, Tan Binh District.
  • Departure time: 7:00, 8:30, 09:00, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30, 16:30
  • Basic fare: 220,000 VND/ticket/way from Saigon to Phnom Penh – Siem Reap – Sihanouk Ville…

How to get around in Cambodia 

When coming to Cambodia, if you want to move between big cities or go long distances, choosing coaches and buses is very popular and affordable. You can buy tickets at any hotel you are staying at. There will be a shuttle bus to the place, no need to travel.


  • From Sihanoukville to Phnom Penh: about 7$.
  • From Phom Penh to Siem Reap: 7$ – 9$.
  • From Phnom Penh to Battambang: 5$ – 7$.

Tuktuk: safe, cheap, large group, can have a free guide. 

Motorbike/bike rental: 6$ – 8$/car/day. You will have to learn how to familiarize yourself with traffic laws, how to fill up gas, the police and many other risky things like car breakdown, weather,…

Famous tourist destinations in Cambodia


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Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is the capital and also an important tourist destination of Cambodia. When coming to Phnom Penh, you must definitely visit a few famous places such as:

  • Visit Wat Phnom
  • The Royal Palace of Cambodia has the Silver Pagoda and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha
  • Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum Prison (S-21) 
  • National Museum of Cambodia
  • Choeung Ek Killing Field
  • Wat Botum Temple
  • Independence and Liberation Memorial Temple
  • Olympic Stadium

Siem Reap

Siem Reap is the famous city most in Cambodia. Once the capital of the ancient Khmer empire, the ancient capital of Siem Reap today, although flourishing, still has many mysterious features and Siem Reap owns many remarkable attractions such as:

  • Angkor National Museum
  • Wat Bo Temple
  • Wat Preah Prom Rath . Temple
  • Angkor Silk Farm

Angkor Wat

6 km north of Siem Reap, this complex of Angkor Wat, especially important for Cambodian tourism, is divided into 5 main areas with unique architecture creating a spectacular sight to attract visitors: Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom, Little Circuit, Big Circuit, Roluos group and peripheral temples.


Banlung town is the capital of Ratanakiri province located in the east of Cambodia. Banlung is famous for a number of tourist attractions such as Yeak Laom volcanic lake, Wat Rahtanharahn, Chaong waterfall and Virachey National Park.


Sihanoukville is a name that you will hear a lot when traveling to Cambodia. This coastal city is located in the south of Cambodia, from Sihanoukville you can visit some beautiful islands off the coast of Cambodia such as Koh Rong, Song Saa, Koh Ta Kiev, …

What to eat in Cambodia?

When traveling to Cambodia, you must definitely enjoy the dishes that we list below:

Khmer red curry

Not as spicy as Thai curry, Khmer Rouge curry is dominated by coconut milk and is usually made from a variety of meats such as beef, chicken, or fish, cooked with eggplant, cowpea, potato, and coconut milk. Fresh, lemongrass and very little chili powder, served with bread. This dish is often cooked by Cambodian families on certain special occasions such as weddings, family gatherings, or religious holidays like Pchum Ben.

Nom banh chok – Khmer noodles

Nom Banh Chok is a Khmer noodle dish (Khmer Noodle). This dish is very popular in Cambodia and is often used for breakfast, available on the street vendors that often sell by the roadside. Nom Banh Chok consists of rice noodles, fish with a broth made from typical spices of the country, served with fresh mint leaves, bean sprouts, banana flowers, cucumber and other green vegetables.

Ang dtray meuk – grilled squid

This is a delicious dish that you can easily find in all cities in Cambodia. Fresh squid is caught early then marinated with lemon juice or fish sauce, grilled on wooden skewers, and served with a typical Cambodian dipping sauce, made from garlic, fresh chili, fish sauce, and lime juice,…

Fish amok

Amok is a dish that is full of typical Cambodian flavors, similar to Vietnamese traditional dishes. Amok fish dish is usually made from snakehead fish or catfish. The bold flavor and characteristic bitter taste of slok ngor leaves will make it hard for you to forget this Cambodian specialty.

Stir-fried red ants with beef

Beef stir-fried red ant dish uses the main ingredient is thinly sliced fresh beef, red ants are caught from anthills on tall trees with a few spices and accompanying herbs such as ginger, lemongrass, chili, shallot leaves,… Depending on the taste and preferences of each diner, the processor will stir-fry the beef until it is rare or fully cooked.

Kdăm Chaa

Kdăm Chaa, also known as fried crab, is a specialty dish in coastal towns in Cambodia. The signature spice that is indispensable for this dish is Kampot pepper, although you can find this pepper in the dried form available in other places, to enjoy the right Kampot pepper, you can only go to Cambodia.

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Some Cambodia tours

Cambodia Culinary Tours for 6 Days

Cambodia is a country with a long-standing unique culinary culture, unlike Vietnam or Thailand. They often use pepper instead of chili, moreover, in Cambodian cuisine, there are countless fresh ingredients and spices and herbs. You will have the experience of sitting at a local beer bar or family to enjoy its best taste. In addition, you will discover famous attractions when traveling from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. On this tour, you will be truly amazed and fascinated with the food, culture, and people here.

Cambodia with World Heritage and Beach relaxation 8 Days

Do you want to listen to the sound of nature in the morning dew at Ta Prohm? Or you want to experience the beauty of the sunset, watching the red-headed ducks and hearing the boatman’s oars. Our mission is to make a difference in your trip. We’ll take you to incredible sites without the crowds during your visit to Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Cambodia’s Ancient & Modern Capitals – Siem Reap & Phnompenh In 7 Days

We’ll introduce you to the most talented artisans and restorative spas, take you to authentic markets rather than tourist traps, and even take you to a quiet temple where you can be completely alone for as long as you want. To avoid the heat of this tropical country, your driver will arrive at any time with an air-conditioned vehicle, and a cool wet tissue with a chilled bottle of mineral water will always be delivered to you.


  • Cambodians spend money Riel (pronounced Ria), 1 Riel = 5.36 Vietnam Dong or can use US dollars 4000 Riel = 1USD.
  • Should bring less than 3000 USD in person so that there is no need to declare, goods purchased under 300 USD will be exempt from tax.
  • Upon entry, the passport must be valid for more than 6 months.
  • The average food price in Cambodia is from 1 to 1.5 USD.
  • Absolutely do not pat children’s heads, because they believe that children’s heads are very sacred places.
  • Don’t give things or money with your left hand
  • When entering the temple absolutely do not wear a hat, must remove shoes outside and do not stand near or touch the monk. 

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