The Kingdom of Cambodia is located in the Southern Indochina Peninsula of Southeast East. It borders Thailand to the north and west, Laos to the northeast and Vietnam to the east and southeast.
Cambodia is made up mainly of plains surrounded by low mountains. The Mekong River flows south through the east of the country and has two main tributaires, the Tonle Sap (the largest natural lake in Southeast Asia) and the Bassac River.Tha captical, Phnom Penh is located at the juncture where Cambodia’s rivers meet.
Roughly 20% of the land is used for agriculture, mainly rice cultivation in the heavily inhabited river plains.
Cambodia is quickly coming of age on the Southeast Asian tourism scene, enjoying annual double-digit increases in international tourist arrivals...Read more
Religious history and stunning architecture draw many people to the Kingdom of Cambodia. Covering 70,000 square miles with a population of 15 million people, this compact country is best known for Angkor Wat Architectural Park, dense jungles, and beautiful white-sand beaches. The frenetic capital city of Phenom Penh provides the country’s most cosmopolitan experience, but like all large cities, it also experienced more crime, traffic, and congestion. Also, in addition to common safety issues, if you are aware of the...Read more