Crossed by the Mekong River, Cambodia is what remains of the Khmer Empire. The capital is Phnom Penh, but the country's cultural and tourist appeal is linked to the ruins of Angkor, which stretch for more than 220 sq km in the floodplain at Lake Ton Le Sap: the site was once entirely shrouded in jungle, which still surrounds and sometimes penetrates it, as it does in the temples where the imposing ficus "fromagers" grow. , with roots similar to metallic snakes. The country was part of Indochina French until the 1950s and emerged in 1993 from a terrible 22-year civil war.

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South East Asia / Cambodia / Krabey Island

An idyllic 30-acre private island is the setting for Six Senses Krabey which embraces just 40 pool villas set in a lush jungle landscape with a rocky coastline, fringed by a boardwalk that is a glorious fusion of land and water. Accommodation in 6 di...

Starting from860 €

South East Asia / Cambodia / Sihanoukville

Wild by name, wild by nature ... Shinta Mani Wild occupies an unspoiled 865-acre river valley on the southern border of the Cardamomo National Forest. In 2010, Sokoun Chanpreda and Bill Bensley purchased the concession on which the camp is now stretc...

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