Cambodia Travel Guides


Cambodia's climate is driven by monsoons. From November to April, there's dry and cool northeastern wind which makes the air dry and more pleasant. From May to October, there's southwestern wet and strong wind causing heavy rains and high humidity.


Cambodia covers an area of 181,035 square kilometers with the maximum extents of 600km east-west and 450km north-south. The country is bordered to the north by Thailand and Laos, to the west by Thailand, to the east and south by Vietnam, and to the south and south-west by the Gulf of Thailand. Much of Cambodia is relatively flat with vast plains. The largest of all are the deltas created by the Tonle Sap and the Mekong Rivers.


Rising from its troubled past, Cambodia is back on the map for travellers. This is just the right moment to come and visit the country before everything is totally changed.