Cambodia is one of ASEAN’s cultural cradles as it has one of the region’s most ancient civilisations. The haunting temples at Angkor transport visitors back to another time, while the zooming of motorbikes and tuk tuks remind one that they are experiencing a country keen to catch up with modernity. Although Angkor’s temples remain the primary motivation for tourists to come to Cambodia, there is much more to be seen. Not far away from the increasingly cosmopolitan bustle of the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, are small villages nestled in lush rainforests, ethnic minorities in the north-eastern mountains, beautiful beaches with private island resorts, seaside cities full of colonial or minimalist style villas, and more Angkorian temples to discover beyond Angkor. Not to mention the delicious Cambodian cuisine with its distinctive taste as it harmoniously blends Cambodian, Thai, Chinese and French ingredients. With the development of its infrastructure and the growing presence of international hotel chains, Cambodia is increasingly recognized as a new destination for MICE tourism.