Easia Travel (and Easia Incentive) was created in 2000 by three travel professionals bringing together their knowledge of the industry. With 9 offices, 314 multi-lingual staff, Easia 'Make Asia Easy for you'. They specialise in designing bespoke incentive trips to Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar. Connection with local people is at the core of their philosophy on travel and as a result they are committed to introducing travellers to the rich cultures and scenic diversity of the destinations.
By regularly carrying out quality assurance checks with their third party suppliers, staying updated with the requirements by law in their own countries and ensuring their standards exceed those required by UK Health and Safety Laws, Easia Travel guarantee the smooth completion of their projects.
With an outstanding mixture of Asian exotica, Indochinese charm and Cambodian hospitality, the Kingdom of Cambodia is rich of historic, natural and ecological sites.
Phomh Penh is the capital of Cambodia, home to the king and approximately one million people, and the commercial, political, and cultural hub of the country. Currently in the midst of rapid change, Phnom Penh is becoming increasingly easy to reach and user friendly, with its many hotels, guest houses, bars, fine dining, street food, and improving transport network.
A visit to Phnom Penh will give you a taste of the fabled Cambodian hospitality, and place you at the gateway to the wonders of Cambodia, with its Khmer monuments, tropical beaches, and beautiful rural landscape peopled with ethnic minority groups. Once a small village, Siem Reap has grown to meet the needs of tourists visiting the nearby ancient ruins of Ankgor, and is now a bustling collection of hotels, bars, restaurants, galleries, shops, and spas.
Phnom Penh: The capital city, known for its historical architecture, vibrant markets, and the Royal Palace
Siem Reap: Gateway to the ancient temples of Angkor, including the iconic Angkor Wat
Battambang: Known for its French colonial architecture and the Bamboo Train
Sihanoukville: A coastal city known for its beaches and offshore islands
Kampot: Famous for its pepper plantations and the Bokor National Park
Phnom Penh International Airport and Siem Reap International Airport are the main international gateways. There are no direct flights from the UK; most flights transit through other Asian cities.
UTC +7 (Indochina Time)
English is commonly used in tourist areas
Cambodian Riel (KHR), though US Dollars are widely accepted
Weather & Seasons
Tropical climate; hot and humid year-round with a wet season from May to October and a dry season from November to April.
Cambodia offers a wide range of accommodation from boutique hotels, beach resorts, lodges, bungalows, to camp tents or cruise boats. Depending on the places visited and the requirements for each group, one can enjoy accommodation from 2* standard, to 5* luxury.
Take in Siem Reap and the Angkor temples. Tour the floating village and watch the sunset before a delicious dinner on Tonle Lake. See the majestic ruins of Angkor Wat and the verdant Cambodian countryside by Helicopter. Quad Bike Countryside Tour - Accompanied by a professional guide and with full training provided, this is a fun and different way of seeing the local sights.
Cookery with CSR: The best Cooking Class in Siem Reap is at the Paul Dubrule School of Hotels and Tourism, offering a superior experience and charitable intentions.