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  • CambodiaDirectly after the border from Vietnam to Cambodia there were a few casinos. There are no casinos in Vietnam, and gambling is forbidden for Cambodians, but foreigners spending their money here is totally fine. Also the Chinese love to come Posted by LinetteV in Our Journey By Bike | Mar 9, 2019
  • Siem ReapWe are already thinking the first day in Cambodia is even more fun and interesting than Vietnam. Staying at a really terrific hotel, the Borei Angkor Resort and Spa. Certainly can recommend for future visitors. What an interesting guide we Posted by Gary-Marie-Anne in South East Asia | Mar 6, 2019
  • Siem Reap Sunrise at Angkor Wat is worth it if you like unwrapping presents. You’re not sure what to expect, or even if you are in the right place until you start to see the three pronged silhouette Posted by PhilFhi travels in PhilFhi's Overseas Adventure | Feb 26, 2019
  • Siem Reap to Phnom Penh by busPosted by Steve Siem Reap to Phnom Penh 29/01/20 “it is better to travel than arrive” Well not in this case. We have just had the best white knuckle experience of the trip so Posted by Valfowles in Granny On the Rails | Feb 1, 2019
  • Thailand to Cambodia via PoipetInto Cambodia 27th Jan An early start buying our ticket and boarding the morning train (5:55) from Hua Lamphong station, Bangkok. No problems buying the ticket on the day and each ticket was 48 Baht ( about £1). We were a little Posted by Valfowles in Granny On the Rails | Feb 1, 2019
  • Temples in the Jungle. Me in Ta Phrom. After spending a couple of days in Phnom Penh, we flew to Siem Reap. At the domestic airport in Phnom Penh there were hardly any other traveller Posted by irenevt in Irene's Old Travel Pages - Asia. | Jan 26, 2019
  • Phnom Penh My husband in the gardens of the Royal Hotel. A few days in Phnom Penh When we said we were going to Phnom Penh, one of the people I worked Posted by irenevt in Irene's Old Travel Pages - Asia. | Jan 26, 2019
  • KampotWe spent 6 nights in Kampot, spending both New Year’s Eve and my birthday here. We booked accommodation late and did not find a lot of options - the place was quite busy for New Year, even though the Khmer do Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Jan 2, 2019
  • Sihanoukville[]The view from the hostel's balconyBeach time! Finally it was time to spend some days lazing, and be hit by the sun of Cambodia. Not to much to say about the first two days here, we arrived by miniva Posted by iMush in Cambodia | Apr 23, 2013
  • Tuol Sleng & Choeung Ek[]The main attractions in the city centre, except monuments and temples, are two places that recall the dark past of this country, places that now became museums, but that reveal the atrocious deeds of Posted by iMush in Cambodia | Apr 19, 2013
  • Phnom Penh[]During my last hours in Siem Reap [Siem-Reap-travel-guide-1308824], I packed my stuff and went downstairs for breakfast, the owner told me that another guest was taking the same bus to the capital ci Posted by iMush in Cambodia | Apr 17, 2013
  • Angkor world heritage[]The 3-day pass for Angkor areaWas a lovely sunday morning when I decided to go for the first time to the discovery of one of the best and important archaeological sites in southeast Asia and the whol Posted by iMush in Cambodia | Apr 13, 2013
  • Siem Reap[]After a long sleep due to the overwhelming journey that I had the day before, I was totally regenerated and ready to discover the environment. I supposed that maybe the biggest attractions could wai Posted by iMush in Cambodia | Apr 12, 2013
  • Thai / Cambodian border crossing[]Few months before my trip in Laos, always using Bangkok as a starting point, I've travelled to Cambodia and started my journey in the country from Siem Reap [Siem-Reap-travel-guide-1308824]. I would Posted by iMush in Cambodia | Apr 11, 2013
  • Sihanoukville Sihanoukville, the hell hole. We had read that Sihanoukville had gone downhill and was over ridden with the Chinese, but we had missed a big detail about it all: Sihanoukville is over ridden with Chinese construction workers. It’s one big, Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Dec 23, 2018
  • Koh Rong SanloemWe took the boat in the morning, very happy to leave the Sihanoukville nightmare behind us, and anxious to find nicer surroundings. Koh Rong Sanloem could have not been more different! We had booked our Xmas stay in M’Pay Bay, pretty Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Dec 27, 2018
  • Phnom PenhOur original plans for Cambodia included taking a boat ride from Siem Reap to Battambang, which is known to be particularly scenic. Once in Siem Reap, however, we heard that the river is quite low right now, being dry season. Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Dec 21, 2018
  • War Museum in Siem Reap As we did not fancy a third consecutive day of temple exploration, today we rested, and went to visit the War museum in the afternoon. We originally wanted to visit the landmine museum located near Banteay Srei, but apparently it Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Dec 18, 2018
  • Cambodia: AngkorOur bus journey into Cambodia went very smoothly, though the bus was basic and the toilet smelt terribly of urine, and without going anywhere near it... It took us almost 9 hours, as opposed to the 7 indicated, just like Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Dec 17, 2018
  • Ancient Temples and new friendsSomehow, despite getting a poor amount of sleep for the nth consecutive night, I woke up fresh and ready to go at 4am. There was an anticipation not unlike that of Christmas morning, as I knew I was about to Posted by danza in A Whole New World | Dec 12, 2018
  • Walkabout in Siem Reap This is my video from my recent trip to Siem Reap, more famous for Angkor Wat , than the town itself. I have been to Angkor before and this was purely a getaway break and relax. This gave me time Posted by TheJohnsons in Cambodia | Dec 1, 2018
  • KampotAnd for a few days to Kampot, Cambodia, a comfortable little town on a river with some French colonial remains. The place i stayed, Birds Nest has a bar popular with old expat's Posted by UliS in Winter 2018/19 | Nov 29, 2018
  • KepThen by bus to Kep for some days on the sea. The beach is quite small but has some shade until the afternoon. The place is famous for it’s crabs. Also interresting French villas Posted by UliS in Winter 2018/19 | Nov 23, 2018
  • Siem Reap lights up at nightI truly enjoy writing this blog, but many times it is far too difficult to keep up with everything that is happening. I look to where I left off and feel like so much has happened. Its intimidating to cover Posted by danza in A Whole New World | Nov 20, 2018
  • Phnom PenhAnd from Byron Bay via Gold Coast airport and Kuala Lumpur to Phnom Penh. From the airport to the town you can take the train for $2,50 to the main train station, or a airport b Posted by UliS in Winter 2018/19 | Nov 20, 2018
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