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Cambodia today is one of the world's newest and exiting travel destinations in South East Asia. After 25 year of isolation, Cambodia opened to tourists in the mid-1990s and tourist numbers have increased every year since - last year the country seeing more than a million tourists.

Cambodia’s primary tourist destinations - Angkor Wat near Siem Reap, the cultural attractions in the capital Phnom Penh, and the beaches of Sihanoukville - offer plenty of accommodation choices, restaurants and other tourist services. You will soon find out why it is called '''The Kingdom of Wonder'.

Recently Cambodia had introduced some other tourist attractions such as Ratanakiri, Mondolkiri and Kratie, all located in the North-East of the country. HEre you can see the minority villages and their people, volcanic lakes, stone mining area and fresh water dolphins. Additionally why not visit Battambang, Koh Kong, Kampot and Kep all  very interesting places new to the tourist industry.

The 37th session of the World Heritage Committee was be held in the Kingdom of Cambodia, in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap-Angkor, from 16th to 27th June 2013. This is organized by UNESCO and the National Commission of Cambodia with the support of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.

 
Siem Reap

Siem Reap, located in north-western part of the country, and is the entrance to the world-famous Angkor temple complex, which includes the magnificent Angkor Wat. The province also contains a vibrant capital city boasting many luxury hotels, beautifully-aged colonial buildings, a buzzing Pub Street, silk farms, markets, and much more.
The city of Siem Reap, also the capital of the province, is a ‘must-visit’ destination for all visitors to Cambodia. This is where the glorious 12th Century Angkor Wat temple, the largest religious building in the world, is located. Situated on the northern bank of the Tonle Sap Great Lake where you can also explore sveral floating villages, this mesmerizing eighth wonder of the world can be easily accessed by plane, land, and boat.
The ruins of Angkor, located in thick jungle, are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are over one thousand temples ranging in scale from nondescript piles of rubble scattered through rice fields to the awe-inspiring Angkor Wat--the best-preserved temple. 
Apart from the legacy of the vast Angkor temple complex, Siem Reap has a lot more to offer to tourists, from the spectacular floating villages on the Tonle Sap Lake to the heritage site of the Kulen Mountain, to the recently discovered Koh Ker ruins.
In town, there are a bevy of ethnic craft shops, galleries, cafes, eateries and top-notch restaurants serving every type of cuisine. The famous ‘Pub Street’ and the night markets of Siem Reap are now renowned tour destinations in their own rights. Additionally, silk farms, rice-paddy countryside, fishing villages and a very rich bird sanctuary near the Tonle Sap Lake make Siem Reap one of the most captivating places in the world. 

Location 
The province of Siem Reap is conveniently situated 314 km northwest of Phnom Penh, along National Road No 6. It can be reached all year round by National Road No 6 from Phnom Penh, Poipèt Border Checkpoint from Banteay Meanchey, Kampong Cham Province and Kampong Thom Province, and by National Road No 5 and 6 from Kampong Chhnang province, Pursat province and Battambang province.

How to reach Siem Reap
Siem Reap is accessible by direct flights from many major cities in the region including Bangkok, Danang, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Paksé, Vientiane, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Hong Kong, Kunming, Taipei, etc.  From the capital of Phnom Penh, Angkor Air operates several direct flights per day to and from Siem Reap. There are also speedboats operating along the Tonlé Sap from Phnom Penh and Battambang Province.

Phnom Penh
Is the capital of Cambodia. It is situated at the confluence of three major rivers; the Mekong, Bassac and Tonle Sap, what was once considered the 'Gem' of Indochina. The capital city still maintains considerable charm with plenty to see. It exudes a sort of provincial charm and tranquility with French colonial mansions and tree-lined boulevards amidst monumental Angkorian architecture. Phnom Penh is a veritable oasis compared to the modernity of other Asian capitals. A mixture of Asian exotica, the famous Cambodian hospitality awaits the visitors to the capital of the Kingdom of Cambodia.

Here in the capital, are many interesting tourist sites. Beside the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, the National Museum, the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum, the Choeng Ek Killing Fields and Wat Phnom, there are several market places selling carvings, paintings, silk, silver, gems and even antiques. Indeed, an ideal destination for a leisurely day tour. The whole area including the outskirts of Phnom Penh is about 376 square kilometres in size. There are currently about 2 million people living in Phnom Penh.

How to reach Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh can be reached by Phnom Penh International airport, port of Phnom Penh and overland.

Sihanoukville or Kampong Som

A small province in southern Cambodia on the Gulf of Thailand. This port city is a growing Cambodian urban center, located 232 kilometres southwest of the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh on National Highway 4. The province is named after King Father Norodom Sihanouk and grew up around the construction of Sihanoukville Port. Construction on the port began in June 1955 and it was the only deep water port in Cambodia. The province is also served by Sihanoukville International Airport, 18 kilometres (11 mi) from downtown, although it has a limited commercial operation. The planned flights between Sihanoukville and Siem Reap may encourage visitors to Angkor temples in Siem Reap to extend their stay longer.
The port was built in part due to the waning power of the French leading to the Vietnamese tightening their control over the Mekong Delta and hence restricting river access to Cambodia. Sihanoukville's beaches have made it a popular tourist destination.
The main attractions of the province is Beaches and islands for national and foreign visitors. Sihanoukville has gradually been redeveloped as a one of Cambodia's popular tourist destination beside Phnom Penh, Siem Reap. Beaches that line the west contour of the city from north to south are Victory Beach, Lamherkay Beach, Koh Pos Beach, Independence Beach, Sokha Beach, Serendipity Beach, Ochheuteal Beach and Otres Beach. The most popular beaches are Ochheuteal, Sokha, Independence and Victory. Tourists can take water taxis to the nearby islands for diving, snorkeling, and game fishing. 

How to reach Sihanouk Ville
Sihanouk Ville is 232km south off Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia on National Highway No 4. Since there is much improves for road condition, we can reach Sihanouk Ville by Road about three hours.  
Sihanouk Ville has improve a lot of trade, transportation, tourism business and other sectors which give the province new look and images. Sihnouk Ville can also be entered directly through Koh Kong Province from nearby Thailand, as more and more tourists do on this road. It enters either by the new built Major Road 48 passing the edge of the Cardamom Mountains or by speedboat from Koh Kong town, next to the Thai border.