The Kingdom of Cambodia is probably most famous for being home to one of the world's most impressive man-made wonders. Angkor Wat is one of a handful of places everyone should visit during their lifetime, though it's just the beginning of this enigmatic country that has so much to offer. Angkor was the capital of the powerful Khmer Empire, which controlled most of Indochina (the former French colonies of Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia) from the 11th to the 14th centuries. The scars of war under Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge are largely healed now in this lovely Buddhist constitutional monarchy of extremely gracious people, delicious cuisine and rich cultural history.
The tour today is suggested to start from the hotel at 8am by the a/c vehicle. On the way, visit the local market, see what the local villagers sell and buy for their lunch and dinner meals, then begin on the bike or motorbike to go deep into...Read More
Go on an ATV ride around the Siem Reap rice paddies. Journey on and off road through small villages, rice fields, patches of jungle and ancient temple ruins. En route you may stop as you please to take photos or to chat with the localsRead More
Tonle Sap is not only the in-land sea but also the big source of fresh water fishes in Southeast Asia, located in the center of Cambodia, the water deep is ten times different between the dry and the rainy season. All my clients said, “It...Read More