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Cambodia’s recent history under the Khmer Rogue is filled with suffering and death, however the country is steadily rebuilding itself and actively promoting tourism to assist with its economic development. Among a rich ancient Khmer culture, beautiful countryside and friendly locals there is much more to Cambodia than its tragic past.

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Cycling in Cambodia

The Idea Two days earlier, I had arrived in Siem Reap with little more than an idea: to go cycle touring in northern Cambodia. With no information available online, I set off with little idea what to expect and nothing but a small rucksack filled with a single change...

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Battambang, Bamboo Rail-Riding in Cambodia

Battambang Bamboo Rail-Riding in Cambodia A Trip to Battambang ‘What would my insurance company say’, I wondered, ‘if I tried to make a claim for getting thrown off this thing?’ Especially since I had discovered my mode of transport, the Battambang, Cambodia, bamboo...

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Phnom Penh’s Past and Present

  The Tragic Past And Positive Outlook All In A Day In Phnom Penh   There was a group of people doing the Gangnam Style on the boardwalk, with arms wildly swerving and legs kicking to the full Psy effect. Their leader, a young fitness enthusiast with a...

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Update: Compassion in Cambodia

Water Deprived Villages in Cambodia A few years Christine and I traveled through Southeast Asia and met a very compassionate man, Nu Tarth. On our return we posted a story on In The Know Traveler about how he survived the genocide of the 70’s “Killing Fields” to start...

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Kep the Crabs Coming

A visit to the seaside town of Kep I visited the crab market in Kep with the intention of 'just looking' before grabbing a couple of baguettes for a late breakfast. Following the steps of the locals I found myself surrounded by bamboo baskets hoisted out of the sea by...

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Beyond Angkor Wat: the stilt village of Kampong Khleang

"Want tuk tuk? We go to Angkor Wat!" touts a few enthusiastic tuk tuk drivers as we strolled out of our hotel. It is assumed here that Angkor Wat is the sole purpose of all tourists who come to Siem Reap, after all, the town has been receiving foreign visitors for 120...

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Travel to Myanmar Opens Up

Myanmar is a truly spiritual destination, largely untouched by the influence of Western civilization. The stunning landscape of pagodas and temples surrounding Bagan has changed little in 1500 years.  Since the elections in November 2010, the government has started to...

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Travel Indochina Introduces Exclusive Mekong River Cruises

With increasing demand for river cruise experiences, Travel Indochina introduced a brand new boutique-style river cruise liner, The Jahan, to its product offerings. The Jahan is the smallest and most luxurious cruise boat to wind through the majestic Mekong Delta...

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Cambodia’s recent history under the Khmer Rogue is filled with suffering and death, however the country is steadily rebuilding itself and actively promoting tourism to assist with its economic development. Among a rich ancient Khmer culture, beautiful countryside and friendly locals there is much more to Cambodia than its tragic past.

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