Cambodia lies at the heart of Indochina, bordered by Thailand to the wet, Laos and Thailand to the north and Vietnam to the east. It is a fascinating place that, despite its tiny size and its large, powerful neighbors, has managed to remain uniquely Khmer.

Cambodia's modern-day culture has its roots in the 1st to 6th centuries in a state referred to as Funna, known as the oldest Indianised state in Southeast Asia. Funan gave way to the Angkor Empire with the rise to power of King Jayavarman II.

In 1975 till 1979, Cambodia was overthrown by Khmer Rouge, which it's avoided, Cambodia from international community. These pains and suffer still remember by many of Cambodians peoples until now. After the long period of isolation and numerous stop-go situations, caused by political problems in the past. Cambodia has now slowly opened its borders to foreigners and allows visitors to explore its fascinating history and culture. These make the country especially interesting in many respects.

One of the most extensive concentrations of religious is the Angkor Wat, which is known as one of world wonders in the province of Siem Reap. This area contains more than 100 temples across the country. Once you have seen it, you will never forget the impression. Apart of Angkor Wat, there is the Great Lake - Tonl? Sap - linked to the Mekong River through Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. The numerous pagodas, the natural parks covering large tracks of undisturbed jungle and interesting museums will make you enjoy a longer stay in Cambodia.

A warm hospitable nature is the usual manner of the Cambodians; they are friendly and open to visitors who visit their country. They are waiting for you to discover them.