Cambodia Tours from Malaysia
Sights to see in Cambodia span splendid temples and towers of Angkor built in the 12th century, wild forests and wildlife in the northeast mountainous areas, modern hustle and bustle in the capital city of Phnom Penh, and tropical beaches and islands along the southwest coastline. Except for that, the tenacious and optimistic Khmers who have been struggling through years of bloodshed, poverty, and political instability are the real treasure of Cambodia.
Just reward yourself a holiday to explore the Kingdom of Cambodia with such a long and heavy history. And there are some well-designed packages for the Cambodia tour from Malaysia offered here for your reference. You are free to modify the itineraries as you wish.
Book your Cambodia tours from Malaysia via us, and you will get the services of itinerary planning based on your tastes and expectations, hand-picked lodging and dining, professional tour guide, and private transport transfer. We are a tour operator headquartered in Siem Reap, the second largest city of Cambodia, and we can assure you of a better experience in every corner of this wonderful country at the best local rate.
Cambodia Tours from Malaysia
5-9 days vacations combining the best of Cambodia.
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Cambodia Tour from Malaysia FAQS
How to Get to Cambodia from Malaysia?
With a long distance of about 1985 kilometers, the fastest and most convenient way to get to Cambodia from Malaysia is to take a flight.
You can fly directly from Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, to Cambodia’s main cities like Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville. The flights from Kuala Lumpur to Siem Reap and Sihanoukville take about 5 and a half hours. If you fly to Phnom Penh from Kuala Lumpur, about 6 hours are required. You can also depart from Senai in Malaysia, the flights from here to Phnom Penh take you around 8 hours.
If you want to experience the train from Malaysia to Cambodia, it works as well. The train starts from Kuala Lumpur, stops at Padang Besar, and finally arrives in Phnom Penh, taking around 41 and a half hours. Do remember to pack plenty of snacks for your stay on the train.
When is the Best Time to Visit Cambodia?
Featured with a tropical monsoon climate, generally, there are two seasons in Cambodia, the dry season from November to April and the rainy season from May to late October.
For the pleasant weather with glorious sunshine and clear skies, the dry season is the best time to visit Cambodia, making sightseeing more pleasurable. And it is an excellent time to enjoy a relaxing break on the southern coast.
Since most of the tourists flood to Cambodia in the dry season, especially for the month from November to February, you may find Angkor Wat and Phnom Penh's riverside crowed. If you want to avoid the crowds, then May to October would be the best time for you to travel. By the way, the rains usually fall in the afternoon, and the countryside of Cambodia at this time proves to be lush and green.
What are the Must-See Places in Cambodia?
Cambodia has plentiful impressive attractions to offer, ancient heritages, beaches and islands, modern city buzz, etc. Here come the must-see places.
The temples of Angkor are a super highlight in Siem Reap. This splendid complex is the remains of the Khmer Empire. During the Angkorian period, the empire ruled much of what is now Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.
In Phnom Penh, most tourists go to the Royal Palace of Cambodia to admire the throne hall, historical frescoes, and the Silver Pagoda.
If you want to know the nation’s sad history in the 1970s, pay a visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. It is a reminder of the atrocities that humans are capable of committing.
A beautiful natural attraction, Tonle Sap Lake stretches across the northwest of Cambodia and is surrounded by a number of floating villages.
Sihanoukville houses several beaches, where you can take a leisure walk along the coastline, or do sunbath to kill time.
How many Days are Recommended to Stay in Cambodia?
Basically, a 5 day Cambodia tour from Malaysia allows you to deeply explore Siem Reap, one of the most popular destinations in this kingdom, and Tonle Sap Lake. You have access to Angkor Wat to witness the delicate architecture of the Angkorian period. Also, you can tour Angkor Thom to see the lost temples in this ancient city. Besides that, you have the opportunity to take a boat out to the lake village to see how people adapt to life on this unique ecosystem.
If you want to experience more, for example, the capital city of Phnom Penh or the beach city of Sihanoukville, at least 6 days are required to stay in Cambodia. The 6 days Cambodia tours from Malaysia usually take you to tour the temples of Angkor, covering the most famous Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. You can enjoy the sunset from the pyramid-shaped temple of Pre Rup. Then you transfer to Phnom Penh to have a city discovery tour, or Sihanoukville to experience the leisure beach relaxation here.
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