19 June 2013
Book flights to Cambodia and unwrap an enigma. Now one of Southeast Asia's hottest destinations, it wasn't always so. Cambodia's been to hell and back - and survived! So there's never been a brighter time to visit.
Cambodia wouldn't be Cambodia without Angkor Wat. The world's most famous archaeological temple complex is amazingly beautiful but venture off the beaten track and discover hundreds more.
There's some Wild West to Cambodia, particular in its pumping capital, Phnom Penh. And that's its allure, an evolving destination that isn't yet the finished product.
Flights to Cambodia take you to beaches so gorgeous, they're bound to be the next Thailand. And of course, check out the country's third city, Snookyville, for fun-filled larks by the sea.
Whether it's in hotels and spas in Siem Reap or classy joints in the capital, Cambodia boasts an almost Parisian creativity but with extra punch.
Call us today to book your flights to Cambodia from many UK airports. Don't forget to check out the price of our business class flights too. They could be a lot less than you think. We can also help with hotels, car hire and a host of extras.
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Important Information about prices for flights to Cambodia
The data shown is NOT a display of AVAILABLE Cambodia flights but is a database of prices for flights to Cambodia and should be used as a means of researching the best fares to fly to Cambodia for a given journey, date or range of dates. Once a suitable fare has been found, it will be necessary to contact us to check if seats are available on the date you wish to fly to Cambodia. Certain fares for Cambodia flights are only available to particular types of passenger. Examples include student and youth fares, companion fares, groups fares and inclusive tour fares requiring an accommodation element.
Valid for departures between 15 August 2013 and 06 December 2013. Availability on these special fares to Cambodia is limited and when they're gone, they're gone!
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