Just one glimpse at the moss-caked stupas of old Angkor Wat as the sun rises over the verdant rainforests is usually enough to justify any long-haul hop to this treasure trove of South East Asia. But even after you've checked off that awe-inspiring ruin of Hindu friezes and Buddhist temples, there's oodles and oodles still to come. Yep, cheap flights to Cambodia from Australia could be your ticket to the chalk-white bays of Koh Rong and Otres. They might be your route to the stifling food bazaars and old French café quarters of Phnom Penh. And they're a sure way to see some of Asia's wildest jungles, which range from the waterfall-splashing Cardamom Mountains to the wetlands and stilt villages around Tonle Sap lake.
No trip to Cambodia could possibly be complete without seeing the wonders of Angkor Wat. Try to get there early, to watch as the sun peeks over the huge stupas of the main complex.
This vast seasonal lake is topped by unique stilt villages where you can see communities that have lived on the water for centuries.
Blinding white sands, turquoise seas, and jungles of emerald green are what await on gorgeous Koh Rong Sanloem.
No airlines have direct flights to Cambodia from Australia.
The best airline to fly from Australia to Cambodia is Singapore Airlines. The best budget airline is Jetstar Asia.