Emerald Waterways Mekong river cruise review; James Litston; Cruise International

Cambodia is one of the most compelling destinations you can visit by ship, discovers James Litston on an Emerald Waterways Mekong river cruise…

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A land of surpassing beauty; Lois Nagel; Post Bulletin

“I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list!” In October, Lois Nagel spent two weeks on a Trafalgar tour to Southeast Asia, where he visited Vietnam and Cambodia, with stops…

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Cambodia’s Angkor temple complex now a ghost town; IOL

Since the outbreak began, the nation’s tourism businesses have struggled to keep their doors open.

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Angkor Wat; Joshua J Mark; Ancient History

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Going Green In Cambodia: The Angkor Wat Travel Guide You Must Read; Emma Walmsley; Ecophiles

How to visit this UNESCO Heritage site responsibly, when to go, how to get around and more in this special Angkor Wat travel guide…

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The Wonder of Angkor Wat; Ken Donohue; Vancouver Sun

Angkor disappeared into the jungle, only to be rediscovered hundreds of years later…

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Temples of Angkor – Everything You Need To Know About Angkor Wat; Danny Newman; Travel 2 Next

A guide to visiting the temples of Angkor, including which temples to visit, buying Angkot Wat tickets, best places for an Angkor Wat sunset.

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The Best Way To Experience an Angkor Wat Sunrise; Steph; Big World Small Pockets

If you really want to see this incredible place at its best, then it’s an Angkor Wat sunrise you’ve got to experience and here’s how…

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Angkor Wat 101: Everything You Need to Know About Visiting What Was Once the World’s Biggest Civilization; Johanna Read; Fodors

What’s the best way to Angkor? How do you plan for visiting Angkor? The ruins of the Angkor temples, built from the 9th to 15th centuries, are a must-see. At its height in the 13th century, the city of Angkor is estimated to have had a million residents, and the kingdom covered almost all of Southeast Asia, making it that era’s largest civilization.  UNESCO named the Angkor Archaeological Park, situated just outside of Siem Reap, Cambodia, a World Heritage Site for good reason. The key to enjoying it, though, is escaping the crowds.

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In Cambodia, a City of Towering Temples in the Forest; National Geographic

WATCH: The temples of Angkor are architectural masterpieces laden with artistic treasures, like the bas-relief galleries that tell enduring tales of Cambodian history and legend.

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