Cambodia Travel Guide
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The beaches of Sihanoukville are quickly becoming a top Cambodian tourist destination (after Angkor, of course). Much of the country's stunning coastal area is currently under intense development, but some parts remain relatively undiscovered, a natural draw for those who tire of the crowds on neighboring Thai islands. Sihanoukville lies some 230 km (143 miles) southwest of Phnom Penh, a four-hour bus ride from the capital.
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Angkor Temple Complex: Hands-down Southeast Asia's most magnificent archaeological treasure, Angkor has hundreds of ruins, many... Read more
The Kingdom of Cambodia, encircled by Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and the sea, is a land of striking extremes. Internationally, it's best... Read more
As in neighboring Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam, Buddhism is the predominant religion in Cambodia. But animism and superstition continue to... Read more
A guide can greatly enrich your appreciation of Angkor's temples, which are full of details you might miss on your own. English-speaking... Read more
The earliest prehistoric site excavated in Cambodia is the cave of Laang Spean in the northwest. Archaeologists estimate that hunters and... Read more
Cambodian cuisine is distinct from that of neighbors Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam, although some dishes are common throughout the region.... Read more
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