Cambodia is situated in the southwest of the Indochina peninsula, and it occupies a total area of 181,035 square kilometres and borders with Thailand to the west and northwest, Laos to the northeast, Vietnam to the east, Gulf of Thailand to the southwest.Cambodia’s terrain consists mainly of low plains, with mountains to the southwest and north.
Two dominant physical features of Cambodia are the Mekong river, which runs from north to south of the country, and the Tonlé Sap Lake which is considered as the biggest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia.
The natural resources in the kingdom include oil and gas, timber, gemstones, iron ore, manganese, phosphates, hydro-power potential.
Cambodia’s population is approximately 16 million (2018) . Ninety percent of its resident is Khmer; along with other ethicities such as Cham (Khmer Muslim), Chinese, Vietnamese, Indian, Thai, Phnorng, Kuoy, Stieng, Tamil, etc. Cambodia’s population density is 78/ km2.
Like most Southeast Asia countries, Cambodia’s climate is hot and warm almost all year round. The climate is dominated by the annual monsoon cycle of rainy and dry seasons. The rainy season lasts from May to October, and the dry season from November to April. December to January are the coolest months, while the hottest period is in April. The average temperature is around 27-28ºC.
About the resilient Khmer culture from our local staff- a history you won’t soon forget
With one of the world’s oldest living cultures in South east asia through service projects and cross-cultural immersion in remote Cambodian villages.
Ongoing community service projects that educate students while making positive contributions to local communities.
The new home alongside community members in Cambodia village
With NGOs, community leaders, teachers, and entrepreneurs to gain deeper understandings of Cambodia and its people
the ancient temple of Angkor Wat and bustling markets in Siem Reap
Past the Mekong river island and the floating village and immerse in Cambodian daily life