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Cambodia has enormous potential as a travel destination, Cambodia is now well and truly back on the travel map of South-East Asia. To talk in terms of millions may sound fanciful, but with the temples of Angkor, Cambodia has something to offer that none of its neighbours can rival. It also has empty beaches and islands along the south coast of the country, and national parks that are just starting to see visitors. The meandering Mekong River holds the promise of boat trips through Cambodia, Laos and even into China. Its mighty waters also provide a habitat for some of the last remaining freshwater dolphins in Asia. In the northeast of the country are wild and mountainous landscapes, home to Cambodia’s ethnic minorities and much of the country’s diminishing wildlife and forest.
Everybody knows Angkor. It’s legendary, and for good reason. But Cambodia doesn’t end there. A broad range of activities, on and off the beaten path, enable visitors to pull back the curtain and discover the depth of the country’s true beauty. Venture into the wilds of the northeast on a nature trek, where friendly hill tribes welcome you into their world.