List of Cambodia Holidays 2013 Calendar | Holidays in Cambodia 2013
01 (Tuesday) – New Year’s Day
07 (Monday) – Victory Day
08 (Friday) – International Women’s Day
27 (Wednesday) – Meak Bochea
14-16 (Sunday – Tuesday) – Khmer New Year
01 (Wednesday) – Labor Day
11 (Saturday) – Royal Ploughing Ceremony
13-15 (Monday – Wednesday) – King Sihamoni’s Birthday
25 (Saturday) – Visaka Bochea Day
18 (Monday) – Queen Mother’s Birthday
24 (Tuesday) – Constitution Day
14 (Monday) – Pchum Ben Festival
31 (Thursday) – King Father’s Birthday
09 (Saturday) – Independence Day
27 (Wednesday) – Water Festival
10 (Tuesday) – Human Rights Day
Cambodia is a country in Southeast Asia that borders Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and the Gulf of Thailand. Its biggest city (and capital) is Phnom Penh, which also happens to be one of its most popular tourist destinations. It is relatively easy to get a Visa to Cambodia and it can even be done online for just a $25 fee. Cambodia has 2 major airports – one in Siem Reap and another in the capital, Phnom Penh.
Travelling For Holidays in Cambodia in 2013
If you really want to ravel off the beaten path and experience the real Cambodia in all its mystique and wonder, Siem Reap and Angkor Wat are the places to visit. Angkor Wat is covered with ancient ruins detailing Cambodia’s eventful and colorful history. There are many tourists that visit during Cambodia holidays every year so it’s a safe bet that you won’t be the only foreigner there while on your trip. In fact, Tourism is Cambodia’s second biggest industry (Textiles is first).
Recently, Sihanoukville, a popular beach town in Cambodia, has become known outside of Cambodia as an ideal location for a luxury vacation. The beaches at Sihanoukville are superb and even outclass world renowned beaches in Hawaii, French Polynesia, and California. Some of the best beaches in Sihanoukville are Victory beach, Sokha beach, Otres beach, and Serendipity beach. Any of these places would be ideal to spend Cambodia holidays at.