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ta prohm temple
Ta Prohm is the temple with the most special atmosphere in Angkor. The embrace of the jungle has made this place one of the most iconic in Cambodia. Its crumbling towers and walls imprisoned by the gigantic tree roots create a unique atmosphere that will make you feel like an explorer from another era.
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angkor wat sunrise
Sunrise at Angkor Wat has become one of the most popular and exotic travel photographs in the world. As a result, you shouldn't be shocked if you share the view with many others on the day you want to visit the Cambodian temple complex. This can make the atmosphere stressful at times, particularly when dust,...
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Angkor Wat is the largest religious complex in the world. A UNESCO world heritage site and symbol of Khmer architecture and Cambodia. Photographing at Angkor Wat without people is a utopia but you can always find little frequented corners. Anyway, photographing at Angkor is not easy.
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From 928 to 944 AD, Koh Ker was the capital of the Khmer Empire. This was the first time the Khmer Capital was not at Angkor in its almost 500-year existence.
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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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