Entrance to Neak Pean, Siem Reap, CambodiaCambodia travel guide provides in-depth information for your travel in Cambodia be it adventure tours or family luxury vacations: Cambodia travel destinations, Cambodia travel tips and advice, religions and ideology in Cambodia, Khmer cuisine, the state and law in Cambodia, Cambodian history…. Paradissa's travel guide for Cambodia is virtually a little encyclopedia that facilitates you with great knowledge for having a great holiday and vacation in the Kingdom of Cambodia.

  • what travelers and tourists need to know about arts and entertainment in Cambodia.

  • Traditionally the Cambodia's economy has been based on agriculture. Most of the cultivated land is reserved for growing rice and the rest is for rubber. Besides cultivation, Tonle Sap Lake has provided an important amount of fish to the Cambodia's economy and diet. Cattle raising also supplement to the country's economy.

  • Rising from its troubled past, Cambodia is back on the map for travellers. This is just the right moment to come and visit the country before everything is totally changed.

  • Public holidays mean a lot of governmental offices, shops, banks, embassies closed which may affect your travel in Cambodia. Some hotels require compulsory dinner on certain occasions. Some public holidays in Cambodia are based on the Gregorian Calendar and most based on the Lunar Calendar.

  • A guide to food and drink while traveling in Cambodia.

  • Cambodia covers an area of 181,035 square kilometers with the maximum extents of 600km east-west and 450km north-south.

  • Very little is known about prehistoric Cambodia, although archeological evence has established that prior to 1000 BC Cambodians subsisted on a diet of fish and rice and lived in houses on stilts, as they still do today.

     
  • With a constant influx of tourists to the country, travel to Cambodia is easier than ever before. Below you can find different ways to get to Cambodia by air, by land and by waterway.

  • The Cambodian language is Khmer which has been influenced considerably by Pali and Sangkrit from India. Also, the Khmer language is influenced by spoken and written Thai. Some technical terms are borrowed from French. Khmer is different from those in the neighboring countries that it is not a tonal language. Khmer is very similar to that in the neighboring countries that it can be very precise in expressing matters related to agriculture, nature, sentiment while not very conveniently expressing scientific definitions.

  • Below you can find brief information regarding passport and visa for Cambodia and how to apply an entry visa for the country.

  • The first census on Cambodia's people and population was carried out in 1998 finding that the Cambodia's population was 11.4 million and annual growth rate was 2.8%. The capital city of Phnom Penh was home to 1.2 million people and other populous areas included Sihanoukville, Siem Reap, Battambang, Takeo, Kompong Cham and Kompong Thom.

  • This article contains travel guide and tourism information as to post and telecommunications in Cambodia, to to send posts from Cambodia overseas, how is internet access in Cambodia.

  • Thearavada Buddhism is practiced by 95 percent of the population and is recognized in the constitution as the state religion. Besides, Christianity is small, but is growing in urban areas like Phnom Penh. Muslim is practised among the Cham people. Taoism and Confusianism are practiced among the Chinese people.  In the mountains, animism is dominant among the hill tribes.

  • There are many shops in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap selling a wide range of shopping items ranging from traditional Khmer handicrafts to high quality arts and exquisite antiques. The Central Market, Tuol Tom Pong Market and the Old Market are among the best places for shopping. It's expected to haggle when shopping in Cambodia, but the Khmers are very reasonable when pricing, so don't haggle too hard.

  • Below is a brief guide to Cambodia state and law, the Cambodian government

  • Below you can find useful information as to means of transportation in Cambodia and how to get around the country.

  • More travel facts and things you need to know when traveling in Cambodia.

  • Cambodia's climate is driven by monsoons. From November to April, there's dry and cool northeastern wind which makes the air dry and more pleasant. From May to October, there's southwestern wet and strong wind causing heavy rains and high humidity. The annual biggest  rainfall of 5000mm is found in the seaward slope of the southwestern mountain range while in the central plains it's only 1400mm per annum.