Cambodia, also known as Kampuchea, is a Southeast Asian country that is best known for its temples of Angkor Wat, the horrific Khmer Rouge era, and later civil war. It has a strong history and a rich culture which draws a big number of travelers. Besides the horrific time faced by the country, tourism has increased steadily in the last few years.

The tourism industry is expanding day by day and tourists are welcomed and facilitated by all means in the country. Its sandy white beaches, adventurous jungles, and Capital of Phnom Penh are a big temptation for all the visitors. This makes the tourism industry the second-largest source of hard currency in the country.

Cambodia Itinerary

UPON ARRIVAL in Cambodia, you will be asked to provide the following documents and ensure necessary actions:

  • A conventional Visa and travel documents as the provision of Cambodia evisa and visa on arrival has been suspended owing to COVID-19.
  • A printed negative COVID PCR test result issued from the parent country will also be displayed upon arrival.
  • Deposit USD 2,000 at a designated bank for quarantine and medical treatment.
  • COVID – 19 test and quarantine will be imposed as per the law.

Read on to find the best hotels to stay in Cambodia. 


Shinta Mani Wild was created by Bill Bansley, a famous resort designer. If you want to enjoy a luxury tented camp in the Cambodian rainforest, like glamping in Mon Jam, it’s the best place to visit. There are a set of fifteen custom-designed tents balanced over swift waters and waterfalls in this park. The views are breathtaking and unmatchable to any other place in Asia. The design of the tents gives the feeling of a luxurious safari in the jungles of Cambodia to its visitors.


Park Hyatt Siem Reap is an elegant and wonderful place that offers its visitors a huge feel of luxury and lavishness in its spacious 104 rooms and suites. This elegant fashionable hotel is jam-packed with Cambodian art. It is present in the center of Siem Reap more interestingly it’s near the airport. French and Cambodian cuisine is served in the dining room while a variety of desserts are good treats for people having sweet tooth too. On the termination of a hectic but pleasurable day, one tends to find relaxing places; which is offered in the shape of two swimming pools and a spa with a variety of energizing massages


Zannier Hotel Phum Baiitung, Siem Reap is one of the best 5-star luxury hotels near Siem Reap which is one of Cambodia’s best locations in Phum Baitang. It is also known as “the green village.” This beautiful place is a gateway to the Angkor World Heritage Site. It has countless cultural as well as natural attractions. Established on 8 acres, 45 unique-looking villas depicting the traditional Cambodian cottages are a place to check-in. A luxurious spa within the hotel including a restaurant, a mesmerizing pool, and a cigar & cocktail lounge add to the attraction. 


Raffles Hotel Le Royal, like its Singapore sister, is the most luxurious inn in Cambodia’s capital city. It regained its original Colonial magnificence after a restoration project. It has five lavish restaurants and bars. This hotel also offers the Royal Khmer food, for which the menu is prepared by the Royal Palace, in addition to providing the sumptuous Jacqueline Kennedy menu. This Bar has served a big number of guests. One of its trademark drinks named Femme Fatale was made during Jacqueline Kennedy’s visit in 1967 Cambodia. It’s two beautiful pools which are set in lavish, tropical gardens, give the visitors a huge welcome who come to the bar after visiting this scenic city.


The wonderful Song SAA Private Island resort is present across two small rainforests isles in Cambodia’s southern Koh Rong archipelago. A really travel bucket listss type place/ It is surrounded by clear waters overflowing with exotic fish. Despite its far-off area, it offers remarkable experiences. Multiple styled villas like Maldivian-style villas, jungle villas, and sea view villas are a big delight. It has 24 big covered rooftop manors, a spa with luxury Thai bathtubs, and a large group of mystical neighborhood enchants. It’s a place that correlates fully with nature as it is built with local materials, by local hands, with the infusion of local art and soul. Almost everything of furniture has been upcycled from wood gathered from the surroundings including a painted fishing boat which is designed into tables, bamboo screens, and glossy driftwood stools. In a nutshell, it’s a place that gives you a 5-star plus luxury feeling.

Rivers Floating LodgeTatai River, Koh Kong, Cambodia

What a tremendous view from the deck of these extravagant tents floating on a coasting boat. You wake up with the chirping of birds, and watch a mesmerizing scene of morning fog rise and clear over the forested Cardamom Mountains. This is what you experience in River Floating Lodge

Having 12 extravagant tents and riverfront decks on both sides, this place has limited use of wood to preserve Cambodia’s environment. Kayaks are free to utilize, and staff can coordinate waterfall trips, and sunset cruises, rainforest climbs, and village trips for you. Each tent has a lounge, and a big washroom with twin sinks with shower wooden shower barrel containing a hot temp power shower. Suppers are served in the bar on your deck. This is a good place for outings to Tatai Waterfall, Koh Kong Island, and the encompassing jungles.

The Plantation Urban Resort and Spa, Phnom Penh

The Plantation Urban Resort and Spa is situated in a busy part of the city. The resort is ideally located in the city center which is perfect for the tourist to explore the beauty of the city and enjoy the metropolis. It is exactly behind the Royal Palace, and near the National Museum. It has an enormous wooden entryway that takes you into a patio, complete with a lake and six Angkor-style lions.  Its high walls, friendly and cooperative staff, modern styled rooms, two beautiful pools, extremely stunning courtyard takes you away from the hustle and bustle of the capital.

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