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Our World Tuesday - Cambodia - Trees

                             For Our World Tuesday I have chosen to share with you a photo from my 2015 trip to Cambodia.Our World is such an amazing and beautiful p...

Visiting the Tomb Raider Temple, Cambodia | Ta Prohm Temple Photos & Video

Ta Prohm Temple, the Tomb Raider Temple, Cambodia is by far my favourite amongst the Angkor Wat temples!  There is something spiritual and peaceful about this temple; a true dance of interaction between the man-made and the living jungle that surrou...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Nov 27, 2016

A Visit to Klang Leu

Latest news on Sihanoukville Journal, an insider's view of Sihanoukville, Cambodia. When you drive into or out of Sihanoukville on Route 4, you pass an uninspiring looking row of retail shops. That’s the visible part of Klang Leu. What you don&...
by Sihanoukville Journal on Sep 4, 2016

Visit a Beautiful Flowers Garden in Cambodia

Visit a Beautiful Flowers Garden in CambodiaIt's a beautiful flowers garden. There are a lots of sunflowers, red flowers, yellow flowers and many other kind of flowers. To be there, take a fresh air, make good feeling.Watch videos below:Beautiful Flo...

Visiting Angkor Wat: Buddhist Temple in Cambodia, Southeast Asia

Visiting Angkor Wat is the next stop in our Journeys to Discovery. Beginning as a Hindu temple, it would later be adapted for Buddhism. The complex was built in the first half of the 12th century by King Suryavarman II. Located in the ancient capital...
by WanderingTrader on Aug 3, 2016

The Travel Tester Favourite Blogs July 2016

The Travel Tester Discovers the Best Travel Tips and Stories from all Around the Internet! Here are our Favourite Reads from this Month You just finished reading The Travel Tester Favourite Blogs July 2016! Consider leaving a comment! Follow me al...
by The Travel Tester on Aug 1, 2016

Two perfect weekends in Sihanoukville

Latest news on Sihanoukville Journal, an insider's view of Sihanoukville, Cambodia. My idea of a perfect weekend is going to a café with a good book and following it up with a swim. Everything cooperated with me the past two weekends, so I enjoyed t...
by Sihanoukville Journal on Jul 24, 2016

18 July 2016 - KIDS FROM CAMBODIA

KIDS FROM CAMBODIAG'day folks,Welcome to another post about kids around the world. Cambodia is a Southeast Asian nation whose landscape spans low-lying plains, the Mekong Delta, mountains and Gulf of Thailand coastline. Its busy capital, Phnom Penh...
by clancy tucker's blog on Jul 17, 2016

Kambodscha: Delfine, Zirkus, Tempel – 9 Reiseblogger berichten

Kambodscha steht bei vielen Südostasienfans ganz hoch im Kurs. Nachdem wir nun schon lange Zeit in Thailand und auf den Philippinen verbracht haben, geht es für uns dieses Jahr auch zum ersten Mal nach Kambodscha. Und da wir immer auf der Suche nac...
by Auszeitnomaden on Jul 9, 2016

Wooden boat from the early 13th century found at Angkor Wat

Tests have confirmed that a wooden boat found buried in a dry riverbed near Cambodia's famous Angkor Wat temple complex is from the early 13th century, an official at the agency overseeing the archaeological site said Monday. A farmer discovered the...
by The Archaeology News Network on Jun 30, 2016

Luxurious Options of Where to Stay in Cambodia!

Travelling through Cambodia has brought us countless memories.  However, dusty trails and hot sun goes hand in hand here.  Whether you are travelling to Cambodia with Kids and your are looking for affordable accommodation options for your family, o...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Jun 26, 2016

The World’s 5 Most Bizarre Foods

The Happy Nomad The world is a very big place with many different cultures and traditions. When it comes down to typical dishes, there are some bizarre foods out there that might sound a bit ‘extreme’. If... by Haley Zaremba |...
by The Happy Nomad on Jun 24, 2016

Cambodia : Jelajahi Angkor Wat, Moslem Area, Pub Street Area (Bagian Dua)

Perjalanan one day trip Angkor Wat masih berlanjut, setelah puas berkeliling di kuil yang merupakan icon nya Cambodia saya pun dibawa sama bang Shafie untuk mengunjungi Angkor Thom, Bayoon dan tempat pembuatan batu batu pasir yang digunakan untuk mem...
by Enry Mazni on Jun 23, 2016

My Overland Trip From Cambodia To Vietnam (Bagian Tiga)

Hiiiiii, i am back again dengan lanjutan cerita sebelumnya, kali ini mau share perjalanan dari Siem Reap menuju Ho Chi Minh City Via Phnom Penh melalui jalur darat. Saat nya melanjutkan ke destinasi berikutnya, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Vietnam, kota y...
by Enry Mazni on Jun 23, 2016

My Overland Trip From Cambodia To Vietnam (Bagian Tiga)

Hiiiiii, i am back again dengan lanjutan cerita sebelumnya, kali ini mau share perjalanan dari Siem Reap menuju Ho Chi Minh City Via Phnom Penh melalui jalur darat. Saat nya melanjutkan ke destinasi berikutnya, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Vietnam, kota y...
by Enry Mazni on Jun 23, 2016

Photos and Videos of Wildlife Alliance visits Mong Reththy Group

Photos and Videos of Wildlife Alliance visits Mong Reththy GroupWildlife Alliance is the leader in direct protection to forests and wildlife. Their mission is to combat deforestation, wildlife extinction, climate change, and poverty by partnering wit...

20 Fascinating Bayon Temple Pictures & a Bayon Temple, Siem Reap Video!

Built by Jayavarman King in the late 12th century to early 13th century, the Ancient Buddhist Bayon Temple at Angkor Thom is a visual time-worn ruin of a mix of spirituality, history and symbolism. This Angkor Thom temple is one of the most famous af...
by Wanderlust Storytellers on Jun 14, 2016

Thailand and Cambodia Video

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by I Heart Cosmetics on Jun 12, 2016

From Siem Reap to the Thai Border Poipet

For our journey from Siem Reap to Koh Chang via the Thai border in Poipet, we have booked a car, in order to see something of the country. Via the National Highway 6, that is lined with a number of renowned hotels in the urban area , we leave Siem Re...
by Travel Video Blog on Jun 10, 2016

Apsara Dance and Dinner in Siem Reap

The Apsara dance is an essential part of the Cambodian culture and has its origin in the 7th century. Who does not know the reliefs of the dancing women in the temples of Angkor. Apsara dance The roots of the Apsara dance lie in Hindu and Buddhist my...
by Travel Video Blog on Jun 8, 2016


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