The Kingdom of Cambodia is one of the South East Asian countries that is the most tourism-developed. More and more international travelers are now taking interest in paying a visit to this beautiful country, both for its exquisite cuisine and its culturally famous Khmer pagodas.
Cambodia, an independent country, consists of approximately 7 million residents, located in the southwest of the Indochina peninsula, connected with the Gulf of Thailand in the south, borders with Thailand in the West and Northwest, with Vietnam in the East, with Laos in the Northeast, and with the sea in the South.
The outstanding playground of Cambodia features a large lake in the delta, the beautiful Tonle Sap Lake, with an area of approximately 2,590 km² in the dry season, and about 24,605 km² in the rainy season. Much of the country is located less than 100 meters above sea level, with the exception of the Cardamon Mountains, the North-South extension to the East side of the Elephant Range, and the rocky slope of the Dangrek Mountains along its Northern border with Thailand.