CambodiaExperience the Country of Cambodia
Visions trips to Cambodia are great opportunities you don’t want to miss! Consider joining us as we immerse ourselves into the culture and community of Cambodia.
In Southeast Asia bordered by Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam you will find Cambodia. Low-lying plains, low mountains, and great rivers make up the landscape of the Asian Country. The monsoon climate creates prevailing winds bringing heavy rains and high humidity from mid-May to early October. From December to April, Cambodia experiences sunny, dry weather. The monsoon weather can bring both floods and draughts within the same year. Cambodia is a destination for tourism which is its second largest source of income for the Cambodian people.
Drinking tea, playing sports, and attending fine art events are common pass-times for the Cambodian people. Community is important to Cambodians and village life has been the preferred way of life for these people. After a long time of political instability, the country of Cambodia has begun to rebuild and create a stronger government and economy. Consider joining us as we learn about the culture, create community, and see life-change happen. Scroll down to learn more about our upcoming vision trips to Cambodia.
UN, World Bank
Capital: Phnom Penh
Population: 16 million
Currency: Riel (KHR)
Area: 181,035 km2 (69,898 sq mi)
Major religions: Buddhism
Interested in going to Cambodia?
We have various trips to Cambodia throughout the year and we can customize a trip to fit your gifts and interests.
Upcoming Trips to Cambodia
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Things You Need to Know
Passport Required: Yes – 6 month validation
Visa Required: Yes
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