Cambodia’s rich cultural heritage and natural scenery provide travelers with diverse adventure choices – from exploring the great outdoors, to immersing in its eclectic architecture and exotic heritage sites, or relaxing in its laidback rural charm. Its 400-acre world-famous stone complex ruins, Angkor Wat, is the largest religious monument in the world and continues to draw millions of tourists annually.
Most travelers think of ancient temples, pagoda, and rice paddies when thinking about this Asian gem, but it also has serene beaches, secluded islands, rice paddies, mountains, tropical jungles, national parks, and rich flora and fauna. Tourists also love its friendly locals, flavorful cuisine, and vibrant nightlife.
It is one of the choice destinations of golf enthusiasts who want exotic culture combined with a nature trip. It has a wide range of world-class golf courses within easy reach from the center of its cities Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
Top 10 Cambodian Courses
- Angkor Golf Resort – Siem Reap
- Garden City Golf Club – Phnom Penh
- Phokeethra Country Club – Siem Reap
- Siem Reap Booyoung Country Club – Siem Reap
- Grand Phnom Penh Golf Club – Phnom Penh
- Vattanac Golf Resort (East Course) – Phnom Penh
- Cambodia Golf & Country Club – Phnom Penh
- Royal Phnom Penh Golf Club – Phnom Penh
- Siem Reap Lake Resort Golf Club – Sieam Reap
- Vattanac Golf Resort (West Course) – Phnom Penh
Best Time to Travel
The best time to visit Cambodia is during its dry season (November to May) if you want to avoid rain showers and enjoy clear blue skies, especially along its coasts.
Depending on your activity and tropical climate tolerance, you may also visit during its rainy season (June to September) to avoid extreme heat and big crowds.