Cambodia’s Iconic Natural Wonder | Beyond Angkor Wat

Peung Tanorn

The Kingdom of Cambodia really has the power to amaze. From the famed Angkor Wat temples, rich wildlife, historical treasures to the newly uncovered massive network of lost cities found underneath the Angkor complex, there is a world of natural and historical wonders in the kingdom still waiting to be explored. Located 60 km …

Phare, The Cambodian Circus

Phare Circus Siem Reap

After visiting the temples soaking in the energy from the circus is a great way to end the day. A circus for a cause founded in 1994 to support its performers who came from poverty stricken backgrounds. The festive mood reminds me of my childhood …

Crocodile Farm – Siem Reap

Crocodile Farm Siem Reap

There is a crocodile farm on the south end of Siem Reap and they have about 300 crocodiles of various sizes and dispositions.They charge US$ 1 admission for foreigners and 1,000 riel for Cambodians. You can buy stuffed crocs on the premises. Just head south …

Angkor Wat – Heritage of Humanity and World Wonder

Angkor Wat Siem Reap Cambodia

Early – Mid 12th century C.E, Suryavarman II, Hindu (Vishnu) Angkor Wat which literally means ‘City Temple’ is a Hindu temple complex built to replicate the heavens on earth.  Constructed for King Suryavarman II in the early twelfth century, it is the best-preserved temple and …

Preah Ko Temple

879 AD, Indravarman I, Hindu (Shiva) Preah Ko consists of six brick towers arranged in two rows of three towers each perched on a sandstone platform. The towers face east, and the front central tower is the tallest. The sanctuaries are dedicated to three divinized …

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