Phnom Penh
Mar04

Phnom Penh

The capital of Cambodia and the country’s commercial, economic and political hub.  It is a great city with lots of things to do and see. The town is spread out on the banks of two rivers. Phnom Penh is the heart of the Cambodia’s...

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Angkor Wat
Mar04

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat , in its beauty and state of preservation, is unrivaled. Angkor Wat is  the largest monument of the Angkor group and the best preserved, is an architectural masterpiece. Its perfection in composition, balance, proportions, relief’s and sculpture make it one of the finest monuments in the...

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Sihanouk Ville
Mar04

Sihanouk Ville

Sihanouk Ville town sits in the center of a small peninsula that juts into the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand and is becoming more and more a touristy place.  The main reason to come here are the beaches in the area. They are not really special, but good enough for some relaxing...

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Siem Reap
Mar04

Siem Reap

Serves as the gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage  Site, the Angkor Archaeological Park. It is quite a small town and you can walk around to see the city. Siem Reap draws visitors for its world-famous monuments nearby: Angkor Wat. Visiting the hundred-or-so temples and studying the forests around Siem Reap is still the main reason for being in the...

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Ratanakiri
Mar04

Ratanakiri

Ratanakiri is known for its natural beauty. Situated on the mountainous northeastern corner of Cambodia, Ratankiri Province is considered an eco-tourism capital of Cambodia due to its rich sources of jungle, wildlife, waterfalls, and spectacular scenery.

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Battambang
Mar04

Battambang

Battambang is a province of Cambodia that is nestled in the northwest of the country and bordered with Thailand. Battambang is still described by many who visit as being “chill” and “relaxed”. Perhaps the peaceful Sangker River winding through town or the colonial-era French architecture contribute to the easy-going vibe that woos so many travelers into staying longer than expected....

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Koh Kong
Mar04

Koh Kong

Koh Kong province is most likely known to travelers either coming from or going to Thailand by land. Though it rightly remains a transit stop, the vast availability of its tourist appeal such as the amazing beaches, waterfalls, and striking...

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Top 5 tourist destinations in Cambodia
Aug21

Top 5 tourist destinations in Cambodia

MANILA, Philippines – Cambodia, known as the Kingdom of Wonder, is well-known for its many ancient temples that draw tourists from Southeast Asia and other regions.   Below are the top 5 destinations you should not miss when in Cambodia:   1.  Phnom Penh ROYAL PALACE. The palace ground is open to the public except when the king is in residence. Photo by EPAROYAL PALACE. The palace ground is open to the public except...

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Vietnam eyes joint tourism visa with Thailand, Cambodia

Vietnamese tourism and foreign relations authorities are set to work with their counterparts from Thailand and Cambodia to introduce a single visa for tourists to the three countries. Hoang Thi Diep, deputy head of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, was quoted by Thoi Bao Kinh Te Saigon (Saigon Economic Times) as saying Thailand and Cambodia get a large number of tourists, are close to Vietnam, and already have a common...

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Website offers choice of Angkor sunset sites
Jul06

Website offers choice of Angkor sunset sites

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — Cambodia has joined hands with Australia in an effort to use the Internet to help preserve its fabled Angkor Wat temple complex, the Australian Embassy announced Thursday. As part of a master plan to limit damage to the complex, a recently opened website, Angkor Sunset Finder, will give tourists recommendations for where in the 400-square-kilometer (160-square-mile) complex one can watch spectacular sunsets. A...

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