Cambodia is rich with history, delicious food, beautiful coastline, and an energetic nightlife.  Whilst it is perhaps most famous for the stunning temples at Angkor – and unfortunately also for the brutal war that took place here – Cambodia is full of surprises and glorious sights and experiences to delight visitors from any walk of life. The atmosphere is mysterious and enticing, and the Cambodian people are among the most honest, warm and welcoming anywhere in the world. So whether exploring stunning temples, tracking through traditional sleepy jungle villages, swinging back and relaxing on serenely peaceful beaches, indulging in delicious cuisine, or partying in the country’s booming capital Phnom Penh – Cambodia really is an exceptional experience you will never forget.

Happily it’s easy for British travellers to visit this small but delightful destination. The main airlines that offer flights from the UK to Cambodia are KLM, Air France, China Southern and Thai Airways, with the majority of flights departing from London Heathrow. Flights are also available from Edinburgh, Newcastle, Manchester and Aberdeen, and generally take between 12 and 15 hours depending on your chosen route. Major Cambodian airports include Siem Reap and Phnom Penh International Airports.