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2 Weeks in Cambodia Sample Itinerary

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If you want to explore Southeast Asia, it would be a mistake to skip the incredible nation of Cambodia. Nestled between Thailand, Laos and Vietnam, and boasting the blue waters of the Gulf of Thailand on one side, Cambodia is conveniently located in the heart of the region. Best of all, it offers something for everyone, whether you crave the bustle of major Asian cities or you prefer world-renowned scenery and historic attractions. With this sample itinerary, you can plan an entire two weeks in Cambodia, making sure to hit the high points as well as a few hidden gems off the beaten track.

Where the Tonle Sap and the Meking Rivers converge, you’ll find the Cambodia capital of Phnom Penh. It was once known as the Paris of the East, thanks to a number of stunning French colonial buildings that remain in the center of the city. While you’re there, be sure to explore the famed Royal Palace, the National Museum of Cambodia, the hill temple known as Wat Phnom, and the Olympic Stadium that was built but never used in an Olympic capacity. For a glimpse into the darker history of the region, plan a poignant visit to the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek as well as Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, both of which are important to the collective culture and history of Cambodia.

This small town in Northern Cambodia will offer a stark difference to the size and population of Phnom Penh, but it is a must-visit spot for nature lovers. The main reason to visit Kratie is to spot dolphins in the Mekong River. You can sit on the banks with a drink and watch the dolphins play in the river, or you can set off on a guided boat tour to see them up close. Kratie is also home to excellent bird-watching, particularly for those eager to spot the rare Mekong Wagtai in a natural environment. Other ways to pass the time while in Kratie include visiting the turtle sanctuary, hiking the Mekong Discovery Trail, or kayaking in the Te River.

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