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A Vacation Planner for 2 Weeks in Cambodia

Cambodia is one of the most popular destinations in South East Asia these days. It offers a varied landscape, beautiful sea beaches, and glimpses of traditional temples that reflect the heritage and art of the country. If you are planning to spend 2 weeks in Cambodia on vacation, the itinerary has to be set perfect for accommodating the multiple spots of tourist interest within those 14 days.

A two week tour is regarded as perfect and ample for Cambodia and can be a perfect way to arrange your travel plan. The best season to head out for Cambodia would be the months from November to February. The climate remains less hot and dry during this time, making the surroundings congenial. However, it is also the season that attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world to Cambodia.

If you wish to make your 2 weeks in Cambodia experience a little offbeat, make sure that you choose the months from March or April when the chances of occasional showers curtail the number of visitors considerably, making the region moderately crowded. Here is a plan to spend 2 weeks in Cambodia to make sure that you enjoy at your best and do not miss out on any significant spot of tourist attraction during your visit.

Day 1 to Day 3 Plans

As you arrive at Siem Reap, which is often treated as the base for the Cambodia trip, you will be close to the Angkor temple remnants. The sprawling area with 400 ancient temples, of which Angkor Wat has claimed its individual repute, mesmerises the visitors with its unique splendour and architectural excellence.

If you have chosen the light wet seasons for your trip, you hold a fair chance of visualizing the magnificent structures of Angkor Wat in the backdrop of a cloud laden sky that makes for a picture-perfect frame. Make sure that you have accommodated Siem Reap in the first place on your 2 weeks in Cambodia plan.

Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat

Tonle Sap
Floating Villages of Tonle Sap

Read More: How to Visit Angkor Wat    What to See inside Angkor Wat?

Quick facts:

•    What to do: Visit the Angkor Wat and the other temples of Angkor compound, floating villages of Tonle Sap River, etc.
•    How to reach: Get down at Siem Reap airport and take a taxi or tuk-tuk to reach the main city
•    Local Transport: Plenty of taxis and tuk-tuk are available for local transport

Day 4 to Day 5 Plans

Pay a visit to Battambang after visiting Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. Battambang is a respite from the bustling cities and crowded markets. It is a place that boasts the regional handicraft, and several art schools can be found around this area that encourages the hidden inherent talents of the local artisans. The second place that claims the attention of the 2 weeks in Cambodia itinerary is the centre of Khmer art, Battambang.

Quick facts:

•    What to do: Pay a visit to the Phare Ponleu Selpak show, ride the special bamboo train to visit the countrysides
•    How to reach: Take a share-taxi, or a bus from Siem Reap to reach Battambang
•    Local Transport: You can avail the local taxis or tuk-tuk for local sightseeing

Bamboo Train
Bamboo Train

National Museum, Phnom Penh
National Museum

See More in Phnom Penh: Royal Palace    Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum    Wat Ounalom    Choeung Ek Genocidal Centre    Sisowath Quay

Day 6 to Day 7 Plans

Once you are done with the artistic twists of Battambang, take a taxi or a bus to reach Phnom Penh. This place is a stark combination of tradition and modernity. The bustling streets offer plenty of shopping options and restaurants for those who want to complete their experience of 2 weeks in Cambodia trip without letting go of any of its flavours.
Most travellers spend a day in Phnom Penh before moving on to the next destination on the itinerary.

Quick facts:

•    What to do: Visit the National Museum to know the rich history of Cambodia
•    How to reach: You can reach Phnom Penh from Battambang through taxi or bus
•    Time to reach: It takes around 5-6hours to reach Phnom Penh from Battambang

Day 8 Plan

A peninsula, margined with serene beaches and beautiful islands, Sihanoukville in Cambodia is one of the most premium destinations. Your 2 weeks in Cambodia plan cannot skip this destination no matter what. To feel the real beat of the place, you need to spend a night in any of the beach resorts or private hotels here.
Sihanoukville Beach, Cambodia
Sihanoukville Beach

Read More: Ochheuteal & Otres Beaches    Bamboo Island    Sihanoukville Casinos

Quick facts:

•    What to do: Visit the famous beaches Serendipity Beach, Independence Beach, Otres Beach, Hawai Beach, Ream Beach, etc.
•    How to reach: The best way to reach Sihanoukville from Phnom Penh is to hire a taxi or boarding a bus
•    Travel Time: 6 hours approximately

Day 9 to Day 11 Plans

Spending some days amidst the serenity of nature would be a fine idea to make your 2 weeks in Cambodia plan complete and fulfilling. The Koh Rong or the Ko Rong Samloem is one of the best island destinations that this tropical country has to offer to the visitors.

Quick facts:

•    Things to do: Bask in the sun, spend some quality time and enjoy nature at its best
•    How to reach: Take a boat ride from Sihanoukville to reach the islands
•    Where to stay: Island beach resorts and a few home-stays are the options for staying-over

Day 12 to day 14 Plans

Visit the extraordinary beach destination of Kep on your 12th day of visit in Cambodia and plan for a sunset watch by the riverside at Kampot on your 13th day of 2 weeks in Cambodia plan.

Quick facts:

•    Things to do: Relax and cherish the moments of the journey so far
•    How to reach: A taxi or a bus would be the best option to reach Kep from Sihanoukville
•    Where to stay: there are plenty of budget hotels and luxury resorts to choose from

Make your 2 weeks in Cambodia plan impeccable and ensure a happy vacation.

Further Reading:

Cambodia Honeymoon Guide

Cambodia Packing List: What to Bring & Supplies Tips

Where to Stay in Cambodia - Hotels, Camping or Home Stay