Cambodia Travel Guide

Cambodia Travel Guide
A Vagabond Life

Cambodia Travel Guide A Vagabond Life

Cambodia Travel Guide

Cambodia was once home to the mighty Khmer Empire and where the incredible temple complex of Angkor Wat was built in the 12th century and is the largest religious monument site in the world. From these dizzy heights it was a downward spiral as the country was raided and sacked by its neighbours, colonised by the French in the 19th century, devastated by American carpet bombing in the 1970’s and then coming under the brutal reign of the Khmer Rouge where the country and its people suffered enormously with over a million people being executed or dying from forced labour.

Today Cambodia is slowly recovering from the dark days with infrastructure being re built and visitors being welcomed. Cambodia at times can be confronting, particularly the genocide museums and killing fields memorials. On the flip side the people are warm and inviting and the main sites of Angkor Wat are quite incredible.

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Top 5 Things To See & Do In Cambodia
Phnom Penh
The capital of Cambodia Phnom Penh is slowly recovering from the dark days of Pol Pot. Phnom Penh offers much to see and do including the Royal Palace, the National Museum and the heartbreaking Genocide Museum.
Sihanoukville is a popular beach destination with pretty beaches and easy access to the islands of Koh Rong and Koh Rong Samloem. Popular Beaches are nicer beaches of are Independence Beach, Serendipity Beach or Sokha Beach.
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There are 195 countries in the world stretching across seven continents – so there is an awful lot to see. Where to begin? Many people are inspired by a movie they have seen or a story they have heard, or a desire to see the land of their ancestors. 

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