Cambodia Tourism 2012-2013

Sampov Pram Pagoda on Bokor Maintain, Kampot province

A Christian church on Bokor Mountain

Sampov Pram Pagoda on top of Bokor Mountain

Views from Bokor Mountain in Kampot province 

Tatai Eco-village in Koh Kong Province

Ochheuteal Beach, Preah Sihanouk province 

Angkor Wat at Night 

Angkor Wat Temple in Siem Reap province is still the best tourist attraction in Cambodia. This temple alone has received around two million tourists in 2011. Foreign tourists can instantly apply for visa on arrival at international airports in Cambodia and border checkpoints. Tourist visa costs around 20 USD and valid for one-month stay in Cambodia.

Aerial view of Angkor Wat temple, the biggest religious monument structure in the world. Recent studies find that the water moat, surrounding the temple, keeps the this huge stone structure to float on the swamp underneath it. Angkor Wat is located 7 km north of Siem Reap city.

Tourists enjoy elephant ride in front of Angkor Thom complex. It costs around 10 USD. Have a try when you are there!

Apsara dancers sitting in front of a Cambodia's pavillion at a tourism exhibition. There are countless carvings of Apsara, with different smiling faces, everywhere in the Angkor Temple complex.

Cambodia's coastal areas has been internationally recognized as a member of the most beautiful beaches club in the world. After your visit at Angkor wat, don't forget to visit this charming and calm blue sea in Sihanoukville.

Aerial view of Yak Lom lake in Rattanakkiri province. Eco-tourism in the north-eastern region of Cambodia has been increasingly popular among local and foreign tourists.

Night view of Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia. Tourists can enjoy a robust night life at Phnom Penh's downtown. This city has a population of more than two millions.

Independent Monument at evening time in Phnom Penh