Cambodia is one of the world's most exciting honeymoon destinations - its reputation grew around a breathtaking ancient wonder, but this buzzing country boasts gorgeous sandy islands, adventure-filled jungles and lively cities, along with a lot of great value stylish accommodation.
Your honeymoon in Cambodia would be an adventure first and foremost, with the awe-inspiring Angkor Wat temples playing an important part in your trip. But from R&R in a floating tent beside the wildlife-rich Cardamom Mountains, to meet & greet with remote tribes (and maybe a few elephants) in Mondulkiri, we'll make sure you're even more richly rewarded by truly exploring the Khmer Kingdom!
5 persuasive excuses to spend your honeymoon in Cambodia
- The Angkor temples - every bit as wonderous as their reputation, these ancient jungle temples are simply spectacular.
- Affordable luxury - find gorgeous suites at reasonable prices in many of the stunning hotels hidden away throughout Cambodia.
- Real wanderlust - free-thinking newlyweds can escape 'the trail' in the wild & beautiful eastern provinces.
- Song Saa private island - this legendary resort takes secluded tropical luxury to the next level, with pitch-perfect ethics to boot.
- Superb light adventure - from jungle treks to kayaking the Tatai River, Cambodia is full of exciting ways to burn off steam.
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'The Angkor Temples are surely the dream start to any Asia honeymoon, their sheer scale utterly mesmerising even the most intrepid of couples. With Cambodia's south coast now fully coming of age, you've got the pick of some of Asia's finest beach resorts to select from for the perfect ending.'
Your Cambodia journey...
Explore a few of our Cambodia itineraries for inspiration, but rest assured your honeymoon will be tailor-made just for you (two).
In focus: 4 Rivers Floating Lodge
One of our favourite places to hide away and enjoy the jungle is the 4 Rivers Floating Lodge on the Taitai River. You can only get there by boat, and you'll stay in a deluxe safari tent on a floating platform moored by the riverbank. There's even a fine dining restaurant connected to your tent by a floating walkway...
Responsible Travel in Cambodia
Levels of poverty have, in recent times, thankfully decreased in this once war-torn nation, driven in part by significant foreign investment. However, through the gaps that are left in this approach to social-economic advancement have fallen tens of thousands of street children that live in extreme poverty.
The prevalence of children that are sleeping on the street is startlingly high. Sadly, this situation has led to the growth of ‘voluntourism’ experiences that instead of helping these children, does in fact further perpetuate their situation. We do not condone any visits to orphanages or schools, and advise you to be aware of them when visiting Cambodia.
Thankfully, tourism can - and is - playing a positive role. Hotels, restaurants and operators across Cambodia contribute in a variety of ways, driving awareness and supporting meaningful projects that are helping ensure children and the most needy lead safer lives. At the most impressive ends of the spectrum are projects such as the Shinta Mani Hotel Group, who provide education, vocational training, seed funding and job opportunities through their foundation.
Away from the streets, their are numerous lodges shining a light on the many conservation challenges. We always favour including these, and the most responsible focused hotels, in your holiday ensuring that a good percentage of your spend reaches the people, the wildlife and the environments that need it most.
Stories from our latest Cambodia blog
6th May 2021
Life during the pandemic: Cambodia
Never since the beginning of Selective Asia have we felt so physically far from our teams on the ground; life during the pandemic is moving at a different pace for all of us and we have been curious to find out what day-to-day has been like. During this series, we will share stories of resilience, innovation and just day-to-day life straight from our friends in Asia.