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Seiha Houen
Prek Toal Bird Sanctuary, located inside the Tonle Sap Lake Biosphere, is known as the most significant nesting place for big water birds in Southeast Asia. Within Tonle Sap's great expanse, there are three separate ecological spheres
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Beng Mealea is a jungle temple that stretches over 1 square kilometer and is mostly covered in vegetation. It was left in the same condition as when it was discovered, similar to Ta Prohm Temple.
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Have you heard of Siem Reap floating villages and wondered if they’re worth visiting? You’ve arrived at the right place. We’ll set out the necessary primers for a fruitful visit to the Siem Reap floating village in this post. This includes our top three floating villages recommendations as well as helpful local advice. So stay...
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Angkor Thom temple
It's hard to imagine a structure larger and more majestic than Angkor Wat, but the pieces of Angkor Thom add up to a greater whole. The appropriately called last great capital of the Khmer empire.
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When most people think of Cambodia, they think of Angkor Wat and ignore the country's diverse flora and fauna. Though the “Land of the Khmer” is known for its spiritual wonders, it is also a place for natural wonders such as the mighty Mekong River, miles of untouched beaches, and tropical rainforests and jungles.
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Phnom Kulen is a dense, green canvas of jungle that dresses a mountainous plateau that extends far out over the horizon. It’s about 50 kilometers north of Angkor Wat in Svay Leu District.
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There are many wonderful places to watch the sunset in Siem Reap. Phnom Krom, on the other hand, is by far the best location because of the stunning views of the Siem Reap landscape, and the sun reflecting off the Tonle Sap lake.
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According to research, Angkor with its countless temples was once the largest pre-industrial city. Today the area is Cambodia's most important tourist attraction. What do you think King Suryavarman II thinks about selfie sticks?
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Cambodia's wildlife is generally very difficult to locate, as giant mammals populate the remote areas of the country. Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center is the ideal station to find out more about Cambodia's amazing community of animals.
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Tonle Sap Lake is a huge lake area located in central Cambodia, with a changing surface depending on the time of year. In Cambodia, it is known as the “great freshwater river”. This name suits it as it is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. UNESCO recognized it is as a Biosphere Reserve, which...
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