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Flights to Cambodia

A Trip to Cambodia

An empire of temples and spirituality, Cambodia is an intriguing land that mesmerizes you with its chaos and charisma. Immerse yourself in the gorgeous beauty of this fascinating country. Cambodia is popular for its infectious spirituality, warmth and captivating coastlines.

No airlines flying direct from India to Cambodia. Other airlines flying to Cambodia are Bangkok Airways, Qatar Airways, China Eastern, Thai Airways, China Southern, ANA, Singapore Airlines, Thai AirAsia, Thai Smile, SilkAir, Dragonair, Hong Kong Airlines, AirAsia, Asiana Airlines, China Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Korean Air.

How to find cheap flights to Cambodia?

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Which city is cheap to fly to in Cambodia?

If you are looking for the cheapest city to fly to in Cambodia, refer to the countries section and select your destination. You will be re-directed to a page containing a list of the popular destinations in the country along with the air fares. You can also use our country search tool.

Domestic travel between cities

The local bus service in Cambodia is limited. The most favoured mode of transport here is the remork-moto, similar to tuk-tuk, which runs to almost all the major cities across the country, including Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Cyclos are the cheapest to travel between different cities, which come for a minimum fare of INR 200/ USD 3. If you want to take a short trip around the towns of Cambodia, the best choice is to ride a motodop (Motorbike taxi). The prices vary based on the distance and the town. Other easily available modes of transport include shared taxis, pick-up trucks and outboards. In the rural areas, Rotei Ses (carriage) is a common way of travelling. In addition, there is provision for car rentals but it is limited to the urban areas.

Things to do in Cambodia

The ultimate haven for backpackers and trailblazers, Cambodia welcomes you to get immersed in the realm of love and spirituality. Have a sneak peek of its alluring culture while you delve into the bounties of Mother Nature that pervades this enchanting land. Embark on an adventurous trek in the jungles of Mondulkiri or behold the panoramic vista of the coastline at Sihanoukville. Take a ride to the countryside and lose yourself amidst its serenity. The Temples of Angkor impeccably stand out as an emblem of inspiration. You can’t miss a visit to the capital city of Phnom Penh, which rightly earns the moniker ‘Pearl of Asia’, owing to its matchless charm. Experience a piece of hell at the infamous Tuol Sleng Prison and glance through the pages of history at the National Museum. In addition, a trip to the Elephant Valley Project is highly recommended.

Before you fly to Cambodia

Visa for Indians flying to Cambodia

All Indians travelling to Cambodia can apply for visa on arrival if they have an Indian passport. For more information, refer to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cambodia.

Best time to visit Cambodia

The best time to visit Cambodia is between the months of May to early October. The temperatures during this period are moderate enough, rarely dipping below 20 °C.   

Time and weather difference between India and Cambodia

India is 1 hour and 30 minutes behind Cambodia. The weather of Cambodia remains humid throughout the year. The seasons can be divided into wet and dry phases.

Currency and exchange rates between India and Cambodia

1 Indian Rupee is equal to 61.53 Cambodian Riel. However, both Riels and US Dollars are accepted in most places. Very few places accept credit cards so make sure that you have enough cash.

Culture and important information to know before you fly to Cambodia

Religion has a major influence on the culture of Cambodia. For more than two millennia, the citizens of the country have been practicing the Khmer faith cultivated through the syncretism of indigenous belief systems and religions like Hinduism and Buddhism. Indian culture and civilization, including its languages and arts seem to have a heavy impact on the social customs of the country. This is also evident in the style of architecture. The local cuisine is a curious blend of Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese food habits, specialising in dishes like Banh Chaew, Kuy Tieu, Kari and Chha.

Dos and don’ts in Cambodia

  • Make sure you ask for permission before clicking pictures of monks or any Cambodian local.
  • Do not litter in public places.
  • Avoid the use of plastics.

NOTE: All the information mentioned above is correct as of 15th October 2016.

 

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