Cheap flights from Cambodia

When going around Southeast Asia, tourists often overlook Cambodia in favour of its more well-known neighbours such as Thailand, Malaysia, and Vietnam. Cambodia, however, has fascinating landmarks of its own, such as the Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage site. It also has a quiet charm for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of other Asian cities.

Cambodia is also a particularly compelling country to visit due to the strength and resilience of its people. They have gone through harrowing times, especially in the 1970s when Pol Pot led a reign of terror. He followed a twisted interpretation of radical communism and killed off around two million Cambodians. Clashes with Vietnam reached an all-time high at this time, which further worsened the situation. These events were only resolved in the late 1980s to early 1990s. The United Nations intervened, enforcing a ceasefire and disarmament. This has begun rebuilding and promoted the rise of development in Cambodia, which continuous today.

Where to go

Cambodia has many beautiful sights to offer tourists. One of them is the Angkor, the most fascinating landmark in the country. Built by King Suryavarman II in the early 12th century, the complex features the capitals of the Khmer Empire and the famous bastions of Buddhism in Southeast Asia. The Angkor Wat, a former Hindu place of worship, is a particularly imposing structure with its architecture based on Dravidian building techniques. The statues and the whole complex itself reveal the level of artistic mastery of the ancient Khmer people.

Another landmark to see is the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh. Inside the palace compound are various establishments such as the Throne Hall, Silver Pagoda, Khemarin Palace, and the Moonlight Pavilion. The layout of the compound has a defensive wall that serves as one of the defining examples of Khmer architecture.

Once travellers finish their tour of Khmer monuments, it's time to visit the countryside. There are all-quad adventures awaiting tourists who want to explore the terrain. Although quiet and slow, the sight of green fields on the rice paddies can be relaxing.

Short Haul 

Travellers looking to explore other overlooked parts of Southeast Asia can take a flight to Myanmar. It's a world apart from modern amenities such as fast Internet connection and mobile service. Life is simpler here, with the people in traditional clothing and the most common mode of transportation is a horse-driven cart. This can be relaxing, especially for those looking for peace and quiet. From there, tourists can visit fascinating sights such as the Bagan with its 4,000 Buddhist temples. There are also various pagodas and monasteries that travellers can


After Myanmar, there's the Philippines to visit. Manila, its capital, is full of historical sights if taken in a guided tour. Intramuros, the city centre before it was bombed in World War II, harks back to the Spanish colonial times. Learn more about the psyche of the people with a visit to the National Museum of the Filipino People. There are a wide range of displays on the country's ethnic groups, as well as exhibits on pre-colonial artefacts. After a visit to other galleries, tourists can go to Makati for dining and entertainment.

Tourists can then fly to Taiwan to have a unique experience. In this country, there are various themed restaurants where travellers can dine in Hello Kitty cafes, Barbie restaurants, or even toilet restaurants. Night markets also abound for those who want to shop and eat local street dishes straight off the grill or stove.

Long Haul 

Tourists from Cambodia who want to take long-distance travel can make a sojourn to Europe and North America. One of the places to visit is Ireland. The views are relaxingly beautiful, especially near the coastlines. Tourists can climb up the Slieve League where an amazing panorama of the sea and sky can take the breath away.

Iceland, another fascinating country, is also a tourist-friendly spot. The climate is surprisingly not as cold as can be expected in the region due to the presence of volcanoes. Travellers can visit glacier spots for a winter wonderland experience.

A trip to Canada can also be another option. This North American country lets tourists interact with people from various cultures. One fascinating fact about Canada is its emphasis on high-quality urban living, which has earned three of its cities – Vancouver, Toronto, and Calgary – accolades for being the most liveable cities in the world.

How to get out

Travellers leaving Cambodia can book flights on Phnom Penh International Airport. Due to the lack of flights going to long-haul destinations, tourists will have to take connecting flights on Asia Atlantic Airlines, Asiana Airlines, China Airlines, Dragonair, Jetstar Asia Airways, and other airlines.  

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