Region Flag

Welcome to Trafalgar's South African website. Would you like to visit Trafalgar's US website instead?

Navigation Close Icon


"You'll feel the magic of Cambodia wherever you go, from the temples of Angkor to the floating villages of Tonle Sap Lake."

Travel Director
Cambodia at a glance
Gleaming rice fields, white beaches, mysterious monuments, gold dusted temples, saffron-robed monks and shy smiles, Cambodia is one of a kind. Join your expert Trafalgar Travel Director as you explore fragrant markets and towns dripping in the history of ancient empires.
Cambodian riel
Winter avg
Summer avg
Time Zone
Capital City
Phnom Penh
Good morning
Aroun Suostei
Good evening
Aroun Suostei

What to pack for Cambodia

Experience Tick Thin Icon

Comfortable sandals or shoes

Whether you’re on a Cambodia escorted tour or passing through on your own, there is no doubt you will find yourself walking for hours each day, so comfortable walking shoes are a must have for your packing list.

Experience Tick Thin Icon

Conservative clothing

If you’re not on a Cambodia tour, you may not be advised that the local Cambodians dress conservatively. In order to respect their culture, avoid revealing or extravagant items of clothing and dress modestly.

Experience Tick Thin Icon


Phnom Penh is exactly what you’d expect of a capital city in Asia, alive with energy and noise at all hours. Earplugs are an essential in your Cambodia vacation pack to make sure you get a good night’s rest.

Experience Tick Thin Icon

Lightweight clothing

Cambodia doesn’t get cold, with year-round temperatures ranging from warm to hot. Pack lightweight and absorbent clothing like linen or very fine cotton. It’s ideal for days of adventuring in this part of the world.

Experience Tick Thin Icon


Cambodia boasts a warm and tropical climate, but a distinct wet and dry season set the calendar thanks to its proximity to the equator. Bring a raincoat if your trip coincides with the annual down pour.

Our Asia destinations