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Visiting Cambodia

Cambodia’s tumultuous past has begun fading from the country’s forefront, replaced by the spiraling temple cones of famed Angkor Wat. In Phnom Penh, the tide of the Tonle Sap River reverses course during fall’s Water Festival, and the Royal Palace and Independence Monument represent grander eras. Cambodia’s tumultuous past has begun fading from the country’s forefront, replaced by the spiraling temple cones of famed Angkor Wat. In Phnom Penh, the tide of the Tonle Sap River reverses course during fall’s Water Festival, and the Royal Palace and Independence Monument represent grander eras.    Close

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Great Town For Budget Travel

Written by Jodeci527 on 17 Nov, 2011

Siem Reap is known as the Gateway to the Temples of Angkor. It's a small town located a short distance away from the magnificent Temples, which results in thousands of tourists flocking here every month. At first glance, it's easy to tell that the…Read More


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Bus Ride Through Cambodia

Written by Jodeci527 on 16 Nov, 2011

After visiting Phnom Penh, I was ready to head to Siem Reap, the town where travelllers stay when visiting the Temples of Angkor. According to my research, there were countless travel agents selling tickets for this popular route, on several different bus lines. The advertised…Read More


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A dry massage in Siem Reap

Written by MichaelJM on 14 Nov, 2011

I’d been threatening to have a massage sometime of this holiday but hadn’t quite got round to it until we landed in Siem Reap. Whilst in Phnom Phen we’d read in the newspaper that massages were readily available in town and so when we arrived…Read More


our first night in Phnom Phen

Written by MichaelJM on 12 Nov, 2011

We’d arranged our itinerary around the water festival so imagine our disappointment when we arrived in Phnom Penh to find that the event had been cancelled. Apparently the prime minister had decided that the money used for the event would be best used for helping…Read More


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CAMBODIA HEALTH and WELLBEING

Written by Jolantka on 02 Sep, 2011

Some of us try to escape obesity stricken western world and its stressful lifestyle by hiding in a health retreat. Why not escape to Cambodia instead and adopt the local lifestyle? A week in Cambodia costs less than a day in a health retreat. We…Read More


Who Let The Dogs Out?

Written by jmaz98 on 27 May, 2011

Kampot is a small, laid-back riverside town in southern Cambodia. Almost every one of its residents, it seems, owns a dog as a pet. During the day, they lie around in the shade, escaping the heat. At night, they band together in packs, roam the…Read More


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The Museum, the Temple and the Russian Market

Written by nofootprint on 05 Apr, 2011

Our guide, Sopheak,planned our route and for our day trip around Phnom Penh. To be honest I was entertained just driving through this hectic city ,so foreign to me.Driving by the street venders I noticed some of the local food that looked pretty exotic…Read More


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Historic and Resilient Phnom Penh

Written by nofootprint on 05 Apr, 2011

We took the Mekong Express bus for $12.00 from Saigon. We arranged this online with Hotels-IN-Vietnam before leaving home although it would have been easy to do once we arrivedThe bus was comfortable and even included a snack and water.The guide on board was great…Read More


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Hat Lek to Koh Khong

Written by tammyhayano on 23 Feb, 2011

Koh Chang is a great place to get in a few beach days before making the overland trek towards Cambodia. Prior to the border crossing, I had done some online research and cross-referenced several websites. I had prices jotted down on a scrap piece of…Read More


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Highlights, Tips, Money

Written by nmagann on 22 May, 2010

Highlights included the opportunity to support the Seeing Hands Massage place. The Khmer style massage felt good both physically and mentally. How great it is to see the chance for blind people to be able to support themselves providing a much desired service.…Read More


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