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Funny Activities For Family Holidays In Cambodia

Fantastically alluring and mysterious, yet tinged with a sombre past, Cambodia can be a hot destination for family travel. We help you plan a amazing family adventure from the world’s most atmospheric temples shrouded by jungle at Angkor Wat, to a new top-class eco-luxe island retreat. 

Cambodia beach are stunning, with palm-fringed white sands. There are lots of activities on offer for children of all ages in Cambodia and we can offer the friendly family activities including activities boat trips, cooking courses, cycling trips, and even quad biking. Please find some our samples below:Less obvious than other Asian countries for family travel, there are many perks to a family holiday in Cambodia.

It’s a country oozing with charm, culture, history and striking landscapes. From the patchwork of paddy fields to the world-famous temples of Angkor, Cambodia offers everything for an exotic out-of-the-box family adventure.Don’t be scared off by the idea of taking young children to Cambodia. There are many lovely resorts and hotels that offer excellent kids programmes and activities, specialised menus, adjoining rooms and babysitting. The temples in Cambodia are a surprisingly fun experience for younger members of the family. This isn’t your classic tour or historical sites. Many remote temples are so ruined that it’s acceptable to climb on them and turn them into an adventurous nature jungle gym. And while in Siem Reap, a tuk-tuk ride will surely be a highlight of your kid’s trip. They’ll excitedly hang their heads out the window like a curious puppy, taking in all the sights and sounds whizzing past them. A family trip to Cambodia will be remembered for years to come.

Older kids are even more able to appreciate all that Cambodia has to offer. Many will find learning about the country’s tragic and fascinating history a highlight. Teens will also gain so much from temple visits, wandering around colonial towns and cycling tours through villages and along the countryside. Make sure to finish off your idyllic Cambodian family holiday with a little relaxing beach time. Your teenagers will have the perfect adventure that they’ll be dying to tell all their friends about when returning home.

Forget the familiarity of the neighbours, Cambodia holds just as many things to do for family holiday makers with Angkor Wat just the start of a very exciting adventure to keep your little Lara Croft or Indiana Jones wide eyed and active over the course of a fun-packed two week itinerary. From the creeper covered temple ruins where monkeys roam free to boat rides as the sun sets over the present day Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, this is an exciting family holiday that you’ll never want to forget with a combination of cultural heritage and lesser-known beaches, very hard to beat. Time spent in Battambang, Cambodia’s second largest city, provides further evidence of French influence on this region of Southeast Asia with wildlife watching from the carriage of a bamboo train bound to thrill young passengers answering the call of the wild. Completing this two week tour on the beaches of Sihanoukhville prior to settling into an eco lodge in Koh Kong Province invites an exciting end to an excellent itinerary with options to find out more about Cambodia’s, all too recent, horrific past bound to resonate with older children and adults alike.


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