EN
Languages
AUD
Top currencies
All currencies
Help
Within Australia 1800 861 122 English: 24/7
Global Access Number +86 21 2226 8819 English: 24/7
App
Download the App for Free

Attractions in Cambodia

Sort by:

Recommended

Distance (Near to Far)

View on Map
Sambor Prei Kuk

Sambor Prei Kuk

4.3/59 Reviews
Temple
Wat Phnom

Wat Phnom

4.4/5209 Reviews
Temple
8:00-18:00 (Local time)
Tashan Temple is situated in Tashan. One of the images of Phnom Penh is the statue of the woman on the highest point of the slope. The earth is exceptionally delightful and there are Khmer-style reliefs all through the sanctuary. Climb the highest point of the slope to climb the pinnacle to sit above the city. There is likewise a moving tale about Tashan Temple. As per legend, in the fourteenth century, a lady named "Ben" got a statue of a Buddha gliding on the Mekong River and constructed it on a slope to assemble a sanctuary to adore it. Step by step form into a clamoring town.
Preah Vihear Preah Keo Morakot

Preah Vihear Preah Keo Morakot

4.4/5182 Reviews
Temple
7:30-11:00, 14:00-17:00 (Local time)
Wat Ounalom

Wat Ounalom

4.3/5104 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
Baphuon Temple

Baphuon Temple

4.4/5304 Reviews
Historical Site
Temple
Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

4.5/51,137 Reviews
Temple
No tickets are required to enter the scenic area after 17:00, visit for free. (Local time)
Angkor Wat is a well-preserved temple among Angkor monuments. This is the location generally referred to when discussing "Angkor Wat". Angkor Wat is not only large in scale, but also perfectly symmetrical. The reliefs are exquisitely beautiful, reflecting the peak of Khmer classical architecture and are printed on the national flag as a symbol of Cambodia. The architecture of Angkor Wat follows the Five Pagoda Temple style. It consists of altars and cloisters and a moat on the periphery, symbolizing the mountains and lakes of Indian mythology. The walls are covered with beautiful reliefs that tell a variety of Hindu myths. In addition to the architecture itself, stunning sunrise and sunset scenes attract many photographers.
Wat Langka

Wat Langka

4.4/544 Reviews
Temple
Bakong

Bakong

4.4/5170 Reviews
Temple
Mount Phnom

Mount Phnom

4.4/560 Reviews
Temple
Mountain
Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm

4.5/5826 Reviews
Temple
Ta Prohm is located east of Angkor Wat. It was built by Khmer King Jayavarman VII in the year 1186, and was constructed in memory of his mother. Therefore, it's also called Mother Temple. It's made of large stones stacked together, and was once a temple filled with eminent monks, priests and dancers, possessing the dual function of a temple and an Ashram. With the passing of time, the growing tropical trees have invaded, the roots climbing all over the temple and penetrating into the building, causing the internal stone towers and walls to collapse. The original building has become a maze due to the intertwining of gravel and plants.
Trip.com is part of Trip.com Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
Ctrip Skyscanner Trip