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    Cambodia Exploring

    Traveling on your own or joining other travelers to soak in the sights and enjoy a historical tour of Cambodia and other interesting Asian destinations? Give in to the wanderlust in you and prepare for an educational and enjoyable trip to maximize the wonderful opportunity. Pack suitable apparel and don’t forget comfortable footwear. Since a focal point of your journey will be to see the breathtaking Angkor Wat and other treasures in the vast Angkor temple complex, you must have suitable footwear that will take you across the moat (which surrounds the famed Cambodian religious structure) to the temple. If you’re a first-time traveler, you may check out the internet for an overview of the numerous famous spots you will be trekking to. Read the rest of this entry »

    Tours to Cambodia and Vietnam

    Tours of Indochina will introduce you to the region where French colonial influences mingle with the ancient customs of Cambodia and Vietnam. With startling landscapes and many sites of cultural interest, take a regional tour for Indochina holidays you won’t forget. Read the rest of this entry »

    Cambodia Attractive places

    Cambodia can attract both casual and serious types of travelers. This place is generally charmed where mysteries are present everywhere in the city. Angkor Wat, Sandstone of ancient holy places, Taprohm and Bayon are some of the attractions. Read the rest of this entry »

    Tour to temples of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

    Independent travel has been great, but after 4 months on the road all the planning and organizing was getting a bit tiresome. We booked an 18-day guided tour that would take us from Bangkok all the way through Cambodia and Vietnam with the luxury of nearly everything being planned for us. Read the rest of this entry »

    Travel Cambodia – Phnom Penh, Angkor Wat, Sihanoukville

    Cambodia is a land on the mend. From 1977 through 1980, the Khmer Rouge ruled the country, fanatics bent on genocide. Millions were killed and the period was put to film in the movie, “The Killing Fields.” Fortunately, those days are over and the country is becoming a tourist destination. Read the rest of this entry »