Twenty miles northeast of Siem Reap, this museum allows visitors a look at another portion of Cambodia's history, focusing on political upheavals such as the Khmer Rouge insurgency.
Two and a half hours from the mainland, this island features 30 miles of breathtaking, picture-perfect, white-sand beaches and a calm aquamarine surf.
To see more of the breathtaking coast, arrange to visit the islands off Sihanoukville's shore: Koh Rong Samloem, Koh Thmei, Koh ta Kiev and Koh Totang.
Meet the ghosts of Cambodia's Khmer past in Bokor Hill, an abandoned former French colonial outpost, which played host to the Khmer Rouge.
Avoid traffic by taking the Asian rickshaw, the tuk-tuk, the Cambodian version of which features a motorbike that pulls a cabin-style trailer.
Koh Kong Conservation Corridor
Cambodia's Wild West, which used to be the center of smuggling activities, now offers ecotourism destinations such as Koh Kong Island, Peam Krasaop Wildlife Sanctuary and Botum Sakor National Park.
Ban Lung in Ratanakiri Province
Explore more of Cambodia's untamed wilderness through eco-adventure treks to hill tribe villages located near this town.
Virachey National Park
Get up close and personal with endangered animals such as elephants, gibbons and hornbills at this National Park in Cambodia's northeast sector.
Phnom Penh Cooking Classes
A city-focused trip need not be uneventful with hands-on cooking classes featuring the local cuisine held on a picturesque terrace overlooking the river.