The landscape outside of Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, CambodiaCambodia destinations include information and guide for all major travel and tourist destinations in Cambodia. Our Cambodia destinations feature what to see and things to do, weather and climate at different provinces in Cambodia as well as on the offshore islands. The destination guide is updated by Paradissa's dedicated travelers frequently so that you could get the most useful, practical and up-to-date information for your vacation in Cambodia. Do not hesitate to contact our team should you need further assistance.

  • Battambang

    Battambang is Cambodia's second-largest city and home to some of the best-preserved colonial architecture in the country. Battambang is also the main rice producing region of Cambodia.

  • Kampong Cham

    Kampong Cham Province is located in the southeast of Cambodia, bordered to the east by Vietnam, to the north-east by Kratie Province, to the north-west by Kampong Thom Province, to the west by Kampong Chnang, and to the south by Prey Veng Province. Kampong Cham is the transport hub to the North-East of Cambodia and between Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand.

  • Kampong Thom

    Kampong Thom Province is the second largest province of Cambodia. Kampong Thom is bordered to the southwest by the Tonle Sap River, to the west by Siem Reap, to the north by Preah Vihear and to the east by the Mekong River.

  • Kampot Province

    Kampot Province is lying along the coast, in the south of Cambodia. The province is bordered to the north by Kampong Speu, to the east by Takeo and to the west by Koh Kong. Kampot used to be a prosperous town thanks to the trading port. In 1959 the port was moved to Sihanoukville and hence declined the commercial activities. Kampot is well-known for the durian, water melon and the best quality black pepper.

  • Kandal Province

    Kandal has its territory around but not including Phnom Penh. The province is bounded to the north by Kampong Chhnang and Kampong Cham Provinces, to the east by Prey Veng, to the south by Vietnam, to the west by Takeo and Kampong Speu provinces. The provincial capital is Ta Khmau, 11km south of Phnom Penh.

  • Koh Kong

    Tucked away to the south-western region of Cambodia right on the Thai border, Koh Kong is by far not much visited by most travelers to Cambodia. This is about to change soon with the good road and good bridges from Phnom Penh running through the province all the way to the Thai border.

  • Kratie Province

    Kratie Province is located to the east of Cambodia; bordered to the north by Stung Treng, to the east by Mondulkiri, to the south-east by Vietnam, to the south by Kampong Cham and the to west by Kampong Thom. The Mekong River travels its way through the middle of the province. Most of the population of Kratie inhabits along the river banks. It is mostly wild forests beyond the river basin.

  • Mondulkiri Province

    Mondulkiri is located to the east of Cambodia. It's bordered to the east by Vietnam Central Highlands, to the north by Ratanakiri and Stung Treng, and to the west by Kratie. Mondulkiri is a hilly and sparsely populated province. With an average elevation of 800m, Mondulkiri has a different climate compared to the other parts of Cambodia. It may gets warm in daytime while turns chilly at night time. The rainy season in Mondulkiri is from May through November.

  • Phnom Penh

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia's capital, retains an undeniable charm despite the desperate and distressing past. Phnom Penh offers the visitors everything: the past and the present, the poverty and the excess, the East and the West.

  • Preah Vihear

    Preah Vihear Province is bordered to the north by Laos and Thailand, to the east by Strung Treng, to the south by Kompong Thom and to the east by Siem Reap and Oddar Meanchey. The province is heavily forested and there's virtually no decent road in existence. By far the province only receives the hardcore adventure travellers who is desperate for challenges and the illegal loggers who come for the precious tropical hardwoods.

  • Prey Veng

    Prey Veng Province is located to the south-east of Cambodia. Prey Veng shares the border with Svey Rieng Province to the east, with Vietnam to the south, with Kampong Cham to the north, and with Kandal Province to the west. Prey Veng is on a busy transit route between Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam).

  • Ratanakiri Province

    Ratanakiri lies on the eastern border of Cambodia, bordered to the north by Laos, to the east by Vietnam, to the south by Mondulkiri and to the west by Stung Treng. The main income of the province is from gem mining and tourism. There are many rubber plantations which have the potential to bring good income to the local economy.

  • Siem Reap

    Siem Reap Province is located to the north-west of Cambodia and just to the north of the Tonle Sap Lake. The capital of the province is Siem Reap City where tourists use as the base to explore the nearby and much celebrated Temples of Angkor. This travel guide is for Siem Reap City.

  • Sihanoukville

    Sihanoukville is characterized by lines of palm trees, white sand beaches and untouched offshore islands. Sihanoukville is not as popular as other resort areas in neighboring Thailand, but popular enough for the well-to-do Khmers from Phnom Penh at weekends. The town has 04 beaches including Ochheuteal, Sokha, Independence and Victory which promise relaxing away-from-the-crowd beach vacations. Besides the nearby Ream National Park with its rich wild life offers a great eco and adventure boat tours.

  • Stung Treng

    Stung Treng is located to the north-east of Cambodia. The province shares the border with Laos to the north, with Ratanakiri Province to the east, with Mondulkiri and Kratie to the south, with Preah Vihear and Kompong Thom to the west.

  • Svay Rieng

    Svay Rieng is a small and poor province in south-eastern Cambodia. Svay Rieng Province shares the border with Prey Veng Province to the north and west, with Vietnam to the east, south-east and south. There is little thing to do in the province, most travellers make journey through it traveling by land between Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) and Phnom Penh.

  • Takeo Province

    Takeo Province is located to the south-west of Cambodia, bordered to the east and the north by Kandal Province, to the south by Vietnam, to the west by Kampot and Kampong Speu Provinces. The provincial capital is Takeo Town, 77km south of Phnom Penh via NH2.