Discover boutique hotels in Cambodia

Ancient and modern civilisations collide in Cambodia, where sights like the mighty Angkor temple complex offer a stark contrast to the bustling and increasingly forward-thinking capital, Phnom Penh. One of the most recognised cultural monuments in the world, Angkor is a true bucket-list destination, and often forms an integral part of trips to the charming and foodie-oriented city of Siem Reap. Outside the cities, you'll find lush landscapes dotted with traditional khmer towns and villages, offering fascinating insight into a more traditional way of life.

Destinations in Cambodia

  • Playground to princes, politicians and pleasure-seekers, the palm-fringed headland formerly known as Kep-sur-Mer was Cambodia’s most glamorous beach resort for the first half of the 20th century.
  • Cambodia’s oldest national park is a spectacularly biodiverse playground. Its name – ‘happy mountain’ – is also a promise: whether you’re elephant spotting, mountain trekking or wild swimming, Kirirom’s unspoilt wilderness is bound to spark joy.
  • In a pristine pocket of the Gulf of Thailand, off the coast of party-primed Sihanoukville, lie Cambodia's Koh Rong Islands, a handful of isles that are piquing the interest of luxury hounds around the world.
  • A 15-minute cruise from Sihanoukville, Krabey Island is a private 30-acre retreat swathed in lush tropical forest and ringed by unspoilt beaches.
  • Once known as the ‘Pearl of Asia’, Phnom Penh has worked hard to rise from the ashes of its troubled past, reinventing itself as a bustling cultural capital.
  • Thronged by adventurers and travellers since the 1900s, this once-sleepy Khmer village is now a bustling tourist hotspot.
  • There may be a non-stop party atmosphere on Sihanoukville’s shores, but it’s what lies beyond this southern Cambodian coastal hub that is piquing the interest of luxury hounds around the world.

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