Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider in Siem Reap

Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider in Siem Reap - From the temples of Angkor to the clearing of land mines

After a surprisingly comfortable night bus ride with flat beds and lots of sleep, we hit Siem Reap in the early morning. After a small breakfast at our hostel, we were ready to explore the temples of Angkor. The temples of Angkor are one of the biggest religious monuments in the world. 1000 temples spread out in area of around...

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Soul Searching on the Cambodian coast

Soul Searching on the Cambodian coast - Unspoiled beaches and turqoise water in Ream National Park and Koh Rong

Stories about unspoiled beaches, bioluminescent plankton and hidden paradises are told about the Cambodian coast, obviously enough reasons that most Cambodian traveler want to go to the coast at some point. After spending two nights in Phnom Penh, I decided to take my shot and travel around 4 hours to the coast of Cambodia. While the coast is far less...

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Phnom Penh in two days

Phnom Penh in two days - A City between Horrid Past and Modernisation

My first stop during my 14 day Cambodia trip was Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh. While the city itself is most often not referred as worth seeing, the monuments and museums of the mass murderer under the reign of the Khmer Rouge are important to understand the modern history of whole Cambodia. When I was planning my trip I read several...

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