Eternal Kingdom.

The archeological sites that convey the glory of the Angkor dynasty to the present,
the Khmer culture that uniquely developed all cultures in Southeast Asia.
Called the "Kingdom of Wonder" (Mysterious Kingdom),
the country is full of mysterious charm.


Angkor, UNESCO World Heritage Site (cultural site)

  • Angkor Wat
  • Ta Prohm Temple
  • East Mebon
  • Angkor Thom

Angkor Wat

In Khmer, Angkor means royal capital and Wat means temple, so Angkor Wat means "national temple". It features a large temple and beautiful sculptures, and is also painted in the center of the Cambodian flag as a masterpiece of Khmer architecture.

Ta Prohm Temple

It is believed to have been built as a Buddhist temple at the end of the 12th century and later improved into a Hindu temple.
The giant banyan tree that wraps around the ruins with its power is full of vitality and you can feel the mysterious energy.

East Mebon

The Hindu temple built during the reign of King Rajendra Varman II in the 10th century. It was built in the center of the huge reservoir of "East Baray", and at that time people used a boat to come and go since the water level was up to the flower bed of the temple. 

Angkor Thom

This is a city ruin of the end of the 12th century, consisting of gates, forts and temples. It is famous for the central Bayon Temple and the Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King.
A huge  Bodhisattva is engraved in the 49-tower ancestral temple on the site.


Siem Reap

A city full of tourists from all over the world as a tourist base for Angkor Wat. It's a compact city with various fun attractions such as night markets, traditional dancing, museums and city walk.

Tonle Sap Lake

The largest lake in Southeast Asia that supports people's lives with rich water and fisheries. It is famous for the "town on the lake" due to the increase of water during the rainy season. You can see stilt houses and floating markets.

Oudong Buddhist Archeological Sites


After the decline of the Khmer dynasty, there was a royal capital for about 250 years before becoming a French colony, and successive kings have built more than 100 temples there. The three stupas that towering to the summit of Mt. Oudong were built by kings of different eras, and you can enjoy the taste of each era.

Beach resort area in southwestern Cambodia

シアヌーク・ビル ソカビーチ
  • Sokha Beach, Sihanoukville
  • Sihanoukville
  • Koh Rong Island


Father of the independence, the name of Norodom Sihanouk of the ex-King are Sihanoukville of the origin. A representative beach resort in Cambodia that is impressed by the emerald green sea.

Koh Rong and Koh Rong Samloem

From Serendipity Beach Pier in Sihanoukville, you can take a speed ferry to Koh Rong and Koh Rong Samloem.

Cambodian tradition and food culture

  • Traditional Cambodian dance "Apsara Dance"
  • Cambodian silk
カンボジア伝統のクメール料理 フィッシュアモック・カレーミール
  • Khmer cuisine in Cambodia "Fish Amok curry meal"
  • Coconut Sweets & Pumpkin Pudding

Starting with "Khmer cuisine" where you can enjoy a healthy and homely taste using plenty of fish, vegetables, herbs and spices, the court dance called "Apsara" which means an angel or nymph, and the "Cambodian silk" which conveys the silk weaving technique from the Khmer dynasty to the present. A wide variety of cultures is one of the great attractions of Cambodia.

Smooth access to Japan and major cities around the world.

Direct flights to  37  cities

and more than  30  airlines.

Phnom Penh International Airport offers direct flights to 14 countries and regions, and 37 cities, mainly in Asia such as Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, Bangkok and Taiwan.
In addition, smooth access to major cities in the world via transit is possible.
You can also use Cambodia's domestic flights and have easy access to Siem Reap International Airport and Sihanoukville International Airport.