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Vogel twins travel

Cambodia is a country with a rich cultural and historical heritage, home to the magnificent Angkor Wat temples complex, which is one of the most iconic UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world. Additionally, Cambodia has stunning natural landscapes, such as the Tonle Sap Lake, tropical rainforests, and pristine beaches. Finally, Cambodian people are renowned for their warm hospitality and unique cuisine, making it an excellent destination for those seeking adventure, culture, and relaxation.


when we visited

The best time to visit Cambodia is during the dry season from November to April, when the weather is sunny, and there is less chance of rain. Temperatures are also more moderate during this period, making it easier to explore the country's many outdoor attractions. However, keep in mind that this is also the peak tourist season, so be prepared for larger crowds and higher prices.


what we packed

Pack light and breathable clothing, comfortable walking shoes, insect repellent, and sun protection. Additionally, pack a small first aid kit with essentials like anti-diarrhea medication and hand sanitizer. Feel free to check out our amazon storefront to see what we packed.



Whether you're a budget traveler or simply want to find the best deal on your flights, we highly recommend using Skyscanner to book your next trip. This site is an excellent tool for finding affordable flights as it searches hundreds of airlines, travel agents, and booking sites to find the best deals available.


how we got around

The most common way to get around Cambodia is by using tuk-tuks or taxis, which are widely available in major cities and tourist areas. Another option is to rent a motorbike or bicycle, which can be a fun and affordable way to explore the countryside. For longer distances, you can take domestic flights or use buses, but be aware that road conditions can be rough in some areas.


Google Maps

Download our google maps for all the fun locations in Cambodia that we explored! 

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