Northern Cambodia is probably the most known part of the country, due to the magnificent Angkor Wat archaeological site. Cambodia, and particularly the region surrounding the famous temples, is a nice suggestion for outdoor activities and especially for cycling fans.
Angkor Wat, situated in the north east part of Cambodia, is a high rate tourist destination and a very important religious archaeological monument. Nowadays, the area attracts many extreme sport fans. This rural area, with thick rainforests and very rich flora, is a perfect natural playground for outdoor activities and especially for motor sports.
Angkor Wat, situated in the northeast of Cambodia, is widely known as the largest religious monument of the world. Since 1992, it has been declared as a World Heritage Site. The Angkor Wat archaeological park, located in the Siem Reap area, is the arena of one of the longest zip lines in South-East Asia and due to its location, probably the most particular worldwide.