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Cambodia, realm of the gods

Inspiring and depressing history

Also known as the Kingdom of Wonder, Cambodia is a relatively untouched destination offering a wide range of sights to visit. From exquisite beaches in Sihanoukville to dense rainforests in Cardamom Mountains, pepper corn fields and floating villages, Cambodia is truly an amazing place to discover.

In the capital city Phnom Penh , visit the impressive Royal palace and one of numerous temples each exquisitely decorated with precision. Learn about the Nation's history in Tuol Sleng Museum and go for a stroll at Sisowath Quay along the Mekong river. Visit one of the many markets to pick up some cleverly hand made souvenirs. Experience a tuk tuk ride and try some local delicacies (fried insects and spiders for the brave!).

Hop over to the prestigious BKK1 neighbourhood for dinner, where you'll find a wide range of cafe and restaurants to choose from. There's restaurants like the Khmer Surin offering speciality khmer dishes right through to hip and modern cafe's such as Artease and Browns in case you're missing home . And around the corner from the cafes, is your home away from home for a place to stay.

Sharing your spirit of adventure, the award winning Envoy Hostel has just opened up in Phnom Penh Cambodia. Offering clean, comfortable and affordable place to stay with all modern facilities and a friendly team to help you. With 24 hour reception, security, Free Wifi and Free breakfast, it's the perfect base to explore the city.

So what are you waiting for? Start packing your bags and head over for a new adventure in Cambodia!

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