Cambodia is a small country, but it has a lot to offer. When I was travelling through South East Asia in August 2017, I met some of my friends in Phnom Penh where we spent a few days before visiting Siem Reap, just getting a taste of Cambodia’s history and culture. In all honesty, the main reason for visiting Cambodia was because I was travelling through Asia and my friends were coming from Australia, so we needed a good place to meet and organise our visas for our Vietnam trip- but we still made the most of the few days that we spent in Cambodia. Highlights of our time in Phnom Penh included a sunset cruise along the Meekong River, the city palace, Wat Phnom temple, the killing fields, the genocide museum, and a vegan cooking class. Siem Reap is most famous for Angkor Wat- the largest religious monument in the world, which is definitely not to be missed. Also, if you’ve never seen a floating village, Kompong Phluk makes a great half-day trip.