The open sky policy has made available a variety of air routes from a wide array of destinations and roads have been considerably improved to provide a comfortable and convenient bus and car travel around the country. The accommodation choice allows to choose from standard hotels to deluxe and luxury properties, and the hotels are available in amounts both in large cities and in recently opened tourist destinations.
Will you visit Cambodia any season of the year, no season fails to impress you. From November to February, the weather is cool and dry with average temperatures 20-28 C. March from May is a hot and dry season (30-35 C), perfect for outdoor activities. From June to August is a rainy season with cool temperatures of 22-30 C, and the cool and wet season with the temperatures 25-30 C lasts from September through October.
For those, seeking discovery and exploration, to visit Cambodia is almost a must. The countries cultural sites attract attention of the whole world, and tourists, who visit Cambodia, are always confronted with the only problem: their vacation term is not enough to explore all wonders of the country. Indeed, any single Cambodian city or town cannot be done in a day or two.
Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia and its major tourist destination, is a city of elegant parks, majestic gardens, tree-lined boulevards and wonderful villas. However, here you will encounter quite an extraordinary and unexpected exhibition, the Choeung Ek Execution Area, located fifteen km southwest from the city center. The Choeung Ek Execution Area is a remnant of the city's horrible history, as it represents one of the many sites of Khmer Rouge mass executions. The exhumed skulls of some eight thousand souls, arranged by sex and age, are displayed behind glass panels in the Memorial Stupa, which was erected in 1988. Some victims were made to dig their own graves before being tortured to death with any heavy instrument available.
Another famous site in Cambodia is not as frightening as the previous described here. On the contrary, this cultural site arouses feelings of great amazement and wonder.
Angkor, designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of the most conspicuous oriental wonders. Angkor, a former capital of the Khmer civilization dating back to the 12 th century, represents a magnificent aggregate of temples, monuments, and one-of-the-kind sculptures that highlight an extraordinary craftsmanship of the Khmers. This architectural and sculptural masterpiece spreads over hundred square kilometers, where the main temples are scattered within a ten kilometer radius. Many travelers who visit Cambodia spend in Angkor a week or so to closely investigate all the mysteries of the ancient architectural giant.