Category Archive: Cambodia

Dec 23 2012

Cambodia: conclusions and tips

7 days; 2 visa entries; 26 temples; 1 bamboo train ride. What I liked MOST Angkor Temples, a MUST! Vietnam Airlines Lounge at Siam Reap Airport 🙂 Some nice colonial architecture.   What I liked LEAST Much more touristy than its neighbors Laos and Myanmar.   Useful Information : Both Laos and Cambodia visas are available …

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Dec 22 2012

Another Cambodia (in Battambang)

After two nights spent in crazy Siam Reap, we needed to see some other places closer to “real life”.  We took the boat on Sangkae River that links Siam Reap with Battambang and which is considered the most scenic boat trip in Cambodia. Frankly speaking, I have seen better but it was a good opportunity …

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Dec 19 2012

Angkor Temples

Siam Reap is a crazy touristy city colonized by the Americans. Beer, loud music, tuk tuks, street vendors are on the menu every day, the kind of place from I would like to run away. However, if you want to visit Angkor Temples most probably you will end up sleeping here. And maybe for more …

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Dec 18 2012

Introduction to Cambodia

The first two days in Cambodia were spent in Phnom Penh, the capital city. Busy streets, markets, the royal palace and other museums, Phnom Penh is a good introduction to the country, especially if you are interested in its history and culture. After wandering around downtown all the morning fighting against jet lag and tiredness, …

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