Useful information to help you decide if Cambodia is the right destination for your event!
Recommendation group size
10- 100 pax
Incentives Combined with Conferences.
There are 2 international airports, in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh with direct flights to many regional capitals
Best time to visit
Avoid traveling on...
Between November and March, when it sees very little rain
Angkor Festival (24th January), Cambodian New Year and mid-April when there is an increase in local visitors
Riel is the local Cambodian currency, but USD$ is also used, especially when drawing money at the ATMs
Will you need a visa?
Click here to find out if you need a visa!
Online Visa application is available and recommended.
Local socket type
A variety of outlets are used, incl. types A, C and G. A multi-adaptor is highly recommended.
Facing the Gulf of Thailand with the Mekong Delta flowing through it, and bordering Vietnam, Laos and Thailand, this ancient kingdom has undergone many changes and upheavals during its long history.
Mostly famous for the UNESCO Heritage Angkor complex dating from the ancient Khmer empire in Siem Reap, situated between the Tonle Sap lake and the Kulen mountains.
The capital Phnom Penh features the Royal palace and bustling markets, while further south lie the Cardamom mountains and Kampot, famous for their black pepper and wildlife. With a wonderful depth of cultural legacy in both handicrafts and history, the country is a treasure trove to visitors.
Both Siem Reap and Phnom Penh have expanded their hotel, conference and convention capacity and can now host large events. Siem Reap also has the option to host Gala Dinners at one of the Temple complexes in Angkor, a memorable addition to any event. There are 4 and 5-star hotel chains, as well as Heritage and Boutique properties to suite all groups.
Angkor Wat is the world’s biggest religious building, the grounds of the temple ruins extend over an area of more than 500 acres – that’s about 50 times larger than the site of Machu Picchu and that's not all! There are several previously undocumented ancient cities between 900 and 1,400 years old beneath the tropical forest floor in the area surrounding Angkor Wat. Some of these undiscovered cities are the size of Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh. The discoveries were made in June 2019 using laser technology.