Cambodia is a small kingdom that is located in the south-east Asia. This country slowly wins the popularity among the tourists. Hardly accessible tropical forests and Buddhist monuments are waiting for the travelers. The main sight of Cambodia is a complex of religious buildings and palaces – Angkor. There is a temple Angkor-Vat. Angkor-Thom is a central part of ancient city, inside the walls of which there are the royal palace, temples of Baphuop and Pimeanakas, Elephant terrace and cursed king terrace (Yasovarmana). At the east of the country there are twins Phnom-Pros and Phnom-Sray and a picturesque Boeng-Tom lake. Half of Cambodia is covered with forests. The underwater world is rich and varied. Cambodia kingdom is considered one of the most ecologically clean places in the world.

Location: southern part of the Indochina Peninsula, southeast Asia

What to see: There are tunas, barracudas, groupers, snappers, marlins and cobias. In Mekong river divers can find rare fresh water dolphins.

Depth: 15-40m/49-131ft

Currents: 1-3knots

Visibility: 10m-40m/32-131ft

Season for diving: Climate is Cambodia is tropical. Dry season lasts from November to April and wet season – from April to November. The average year temperature ranges between 25-40C/77-104F. Rain season starts in May and lasts till October. The average water temperature all year round is 25C/77F.

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