Jane Anderson, Honeymoon expert Jane's verdict
Cambodia is exotic, authentic and primed for adventure. You’ll be wowed by the jungle-clad temples of Angkor Wat and charmed by the grace and friendliness of the people. Cruise the mighty Mekong, walk with elephants, stay on floating river lodges and immerse yourselves in the café society of Phnom Penh.

Recommended tour operator: Selective Asia

Selective Asia says

Cambodia is the country we recommend for honeymooners who want to experience a rich and romantic mix of ancient culture, city life and beach, all wrapped up in an exotic, low-key and friendly destination.

  • Beaches and culture
  • Bespoke private tours
  • Unique experiences

We offer a range of suggested honeymoon itineraries in Cambodia but we also have the flexibility and in-depth knowledge to create your own unique experience.

No visit to Cambodia would be complete without a visit to Siem Reap and the Angkor complex of temples. Stay at the quirky Viroths Hotel, go horse-riding at the temples, take a micro-light flight or simply watch the sun rise over Angkor Wat itself – breathtaking.

We also recommend some time in the little visited, charismatic town of Kep, a coastal gem once popular as a weekend retreat for Cambodia’s elite. Stay in impeccably restored Art Deco style villas at the delightful Knai Bang Chatt and take a boat ride to experience the seriously chilled beach vibe of Rabbit Island.

You can walk with elephants in Mondulkiri, soak up the city lights in Phnom Penh and take a stylish cruise along the Tonlé Sap and Mekong Delta.

Wherever you go in Cambodia, we have picked the best of the hotels and resorts from the most luxurious properties to great camping.

If you want to take in more of the region, Cambodia combines well with other South East Asian countries such as Vietnam, Laos and Thailand.

Explore our full range of honeymoons in Cambodia and the best time to visit.

* See our review of Selective Asia.

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