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Phnom Penh

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1559,4175,650

Angkor Wat

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1707,5001,0

Siem Reap

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618,2266,292

Battambang

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290,951,13

Kampong Saom

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108,348,0

Kampot

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56,205,5

Phumi Siem Reab

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470,1017,0

Phumi Banteay Srei

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51,238,0

Prasat Preah Vihear

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42,79,0

Mondol Kiri

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27,17,0

Kampong Chhnang

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7,13,0

Koh Rong Samloem

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16,64,0

Kampong Tralach

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2,5,0

Phumi Tonle Sab

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91,325,0

Phumi Dak Dam

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8,13,0

Phumi Boeng Mealea

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24,108,0

Pailin

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3,7,0

Phnom Penh

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  • Royal Palace, Phnom Penh

    Royal Palace

    4 out of 5 stars

    Phnom Penh Things to Do

    The palace is a complex of several buildings in the center of Phnom Penh right on the banks of the Mekong river. To reach this place, if you walk from the riverside which is a beautiful stroll you'll see the Palace. It is easy to find either you came from the otherside of the city and also is very known by tuk-tuk drivers The palace was designed...

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  • Raffles Hotel Le Royal

    Raffles Hotel Le Royal

    Phnom Penh Hotels

    Raffles Hotel Le Royal is the premier hotel in Phnom Penh. The hotel was first established in 1929...

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  • FCC (Foreign Correspondent Club), Phnom Penh

    FCC (Foreign Correspondent Club)

    4 out of 5 stars

    Phnom Penh Restaurants

    The place was very expensive compared with other PP area and took about USD $50 for a nice dinner of 2, including thinks. However, its location is extremely nice, closed to palace and river front Remember, it is a country that average wages are about $100 or less per month. Than you know what $50 means.

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Angkor Wat

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  • Angkor Wat, Angkor Wat

    Angkor Wat

    Angkor Wat Things to Do

    Angkor is the capital of the Khmer Empire from the ninth to the fifteenth centuries AD. It is the largest city in the world in the twelfth century AD and the tourist capital of Cambodia since ancient times. Angkor is short for Angkor Archaeological Park today. There are regulations to bear in mind before exploring Angkor Wat. Dress code for...

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  • Temple Entry Pass, Angkor Wat

    Temple Entry Pass

    Angkor Wat Favorites

    This is just a heads up, the ticket booth on the main road out of siem reap is closed as they have opened up a new ticket office. The new ticket office is next to the roundabout of street 60 and Apsara road, which is a fair way from the old ticket booth. Once you buy your ticket there, it's best to head back along street 60 and go right on the main...

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  • The ticket booth on the main road is..., Angkor Wat

    The ticket booth on the main road is...

    Angkor Wat Favorites

    This is just a heads up, the ticket booth on the main road out of siem reap is closed as they have opened up a new ticket office. The new ticket office is next to the roundabout of street 60 and Apsara road, which is a fair way from the old ticket booth.Once you buy your ticket there, it's best to head back along street 60 and go right on the main...

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Siem Reap

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  • Kaya Spa, Siem Reap

    Kaya Spa

    Siem Reap Things to Do

    Kaya Spa is located in a nicely painted newly modeled building. I was surprised when I entered that the walls are rather stark. A few painting or other decor would go a long. I requested a foot massage which cost $14 for 30 minutes and $19 for 60 minutes. I opted for the 60 minute massage. While waiting they offer a refreshing cool drink. After a...

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  • Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa

    Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa

    Siem Reap Hotels

    The Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa was our haven during our stay in Cambodia, and it was wonderful!...

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  • L'Annexe French Restaurant, Siem Reap

    L'Annexe French Restaurant

    Siem Reap Restaurants

    It's so rare to visit a restaurant where the owner and staff care so much about your enjoyment of the food and service. The starters' choice is limited to various salads and specialties from Eastern France, the owners and chef coming from Strasbourg. There is a good selection of predominantly French mains. We chose coq au vin which was delicious....

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Battambang

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  • Foodstreet in Battambang, Battambang

    Foodstreet in Battambang

    Battambang Local Customs

    Food street in Cambodia cannot be compared to its neighbouring country like Thailand and Vietnam. In Battambang there is not much of food street, but they have food stalls in the market. This food street is located next to a bar and restaurant. You can buy a grilled meat and they also have fresh salads which I didn't recommended, is covered with...

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  • Au Cabaret Vert

    Au Cabaret Vert

    Battambang Hotels

    Rue 154, Toul Ta Ek / Okatom 2, Battambang, 60000, Cambodia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Long row of food stalls..open only in..., Battambang

    Long row of food stalls..open only in...

    Battambang Things to Do

    Besides the market, if you walk near the riverside you will find this food stalls which is open only in the evening. This is a favourite place for local Cambodians, you can have local food, barbecue and so on. Menus not all translated in Egnlish, and mostly they do not speak English. We walked here early in the afternoon it wasn't a place I would...

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Kampong Saom

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  • With a party boat to Koh Rong Samloem, Kampong Saom

    With a party boat to Koh Rong Samloem

    Kampong Saom Things to Do

    Island hopping would not be miss when in Sihanoukville, depends on how you feel sitting on a boat for more than an hour, but is worth to do so. A day trip to Koh Rong Samloem well worth even for a dayYou can book this trip in any tour agencies in town. Shop around, if there are more than two of you, you might get a discount. Tour agencies in...

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  • Choose your boat to the islands, Kampong Saom

    Choose your boat to the islands

    Kampong Saom Things to Do

    The remote islands such as Koh Rong, Koh Rong Samloem, Kaong Kang , Koh Mano and so on, are accessible from Sihanoukville by boat. If the weather is good it doesn't matter which boat you are taking, fast or slow. In the morning is very busy at the pier, most boats are departed in the same hour. If you have your ticket already you just have to wait...

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  • Choosing a tour agency, Kampong Saom

    Choosing a tour agency

    Kampong Saom Favorites

    This city is the main gateway to remote islands like Koh Tas, Koh Rong or Koh Rong Sanloem and so on. Getting there and away has to be arranged by boat from Sihanoukville. The cheapest thing, is to buy a regular boat ticket. You can buy your ticket at the pier or buy in advance in one of tour agency price is overall the sameIf you want a fancy trip...

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Kampot

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  • Tourist Guide for "The Pot", Kampot

    Tourist Guide for "The Pot"

    Kampot Favorites

    "The Gods practiced first on Heaven, then they made Kampot", or at least this is how the story is told by the Kampot Survival Guide ... Put your guidebook aside and browse through this "official and unofficial" guide to Kampot as source of information for places to go and things to do. Published by "potpats" (Pot = Kampot; Pot­pat = x­-pat living...

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  • Rikitikitavi

    Rikitikitavi

    Kampot Hotels

    A small lovely inn by the river. Run by a friendly Dutch lady, there are about 8 rooms. This...

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  • Download a Tourist Map, Kampot

    Download a Tourist Map

    Kampot Favorites

    Guesthouse Rikitikitavi has developed a fancy tourist map which is accessible on their website free of charge; go to the guesthouse's website at www.rikitikitavi-kampot.com / Location / Maps. Alternatively, The Kampot Survival Guide makes available for download at www.kampotsurvivalguide.com a less-fancy but equally accurate map. All the area and...

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Phumi Siem Reab

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  • "Even Pol Pot had sh*tty days", Phumi Siem Reab

    "Even Pol Pot had sh*tty days"

    Phumi Siem Reab Off The Beaten Path

    Now this is a really weird sight: Cambodia's former dictator Pol Pot's toilet seat!As you might know, Pol Pot was "Brother No. 1" of the Khmer Rouge and as such responsible for the murder of 2 million people! He formed a communist guerilla organisation and eventually managed to come to power. His idea of communism was that of an archaic rural...

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  • Siem Reap International Airport, Phumi Siem Reab

    Siem Reap International Airport

    Phumi Siem Reab Transportation

    The Siem Reap Airport is small and compact but clean and very modern, more modern than the airport in Phnom Penh even. The airport is located 7km out of town and is easy to access via taxi or tuk tuk. There are restaurants, gift shops and all the amenities you would normally expect at any major airport including Duty Free. Siem Reap and Phnom Penh...

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  • Angkor International Airport, Phumi Siem Reab

    Angkor International Airport

    Phumi Siem Reab Transportation

    Siem Reap - Angkor International Airport is the second largest airport in Cambodia. It has frequent flights from Phnom Penh International Airport as well as direct flights to/from Laos (Pakse | Vientiane), Korea (Incheon), Singapore, Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), Taiwan (Kaohsiung | Taipei), Thailand (Bangkok | U-Tapao) and Vietnam (Danang | Ho Chi Minh...

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Phumi Banteay Srei

Prasat Preah Vihear

  • ACCESS ONLY FROM CAMBODIA, BUT WELL..., Prasat Preah Vihear

    ACCESS ONLY FROM CAMBODIA, BUT WELL...

    Prasat Preah Vihear Things to Do

    The temple is nothing like the temples at Angkor Wat that are in very good condition although they are about the same age. Preah Vihear was constructed between the 9th and 12th centuries by King Suryavarman 1 & Suryavarman II on top of a 525 m cliff in the Dangrek mountains which overlooks the rice fields in the plains, and is possibly in the most...

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  • THE TEMPLE, Prasat Preah Vihear

    THE TEMPLE

    Prasat Preah Vihear Things to Do

    On the top of the structure you will come across the temple building which is very impressive as it sits at the top of the 525 m cliff and offers wonderful views over the plains of Cambodia. During the six century Khmer reign this was the most impressive temple that was constructed, and it sits on a north/south axis instead of the normal...

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  • 2004 - Door and Lintel at Level 2, Prasat Preah Vihear

    2004 - Door and Lintel at Level 2

    Prasat Preah Vihear Things to Do

    From architecture such as this, you can see that Preah Vihear was a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Shiva. The earliest surviving parts of the temple date from the Koh Ker period in the early 10th century, when the Khmer Empire's capital was at the city of that name.

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Mondol Kiri

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  • Mondulkiri Project - elephant sanctuary, Mondol Kiri

    Mondulkiri Project - elephant sanctuary

    5 out of 5 stars

    Mondol Kiri Things to Do

    This sanctuary has been operating for two years. They now have 7 elephants who have been rescued from lives of hard physical work. I had a great time on their one day tour feeding and walking with the elephants. In the afternoon we even got to wash an elephant at a waterfall. Highly recommended and only 5 hours east of Phnom Penh

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  • 7 elephants at the sanctuary, Mondol Kiri

    7 elephants at the sanctuary

    Mondol Kiri Things to Do

    This sanctuary has been operating for two years. They now have 7 elephants who have been rescued from lives of hard physical work. I had a great time on their one day tour feeding and walking with the elephants. In the afternoon we even got to wash an elephant at a waterfall.Highly recommended and only 5 hours east of Phnom Penh

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  • A wonderful way to see elephants in..., Mondol Kiri

    A wonderful way to see elephants in...

    Mondol Kiri Things to Do

    We had an excellent time with the Mondulkiri Project ! If you are looking for a great experience with a project to save elephants, forests and local tribes, this is the one !We did a 2 days tour : one day with elephant and one day trekking. The guides were very nice and the experience is unforgettable.Their approach with the elephants is the best :...

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Kampong Chhnang

  • Explore the countryside around Kampong..., Kampong Chhnang

    Explore the countryside around Kampong...

    Kampong Chhnang Things to Do

    We visited and learned about local pottery production throughout the village of Ondong Rossey, enjoyed the views of the amazing farmlands, and spent some time at peaceful Wat Santuk. You can hire a motorcycle driver to take you around for a half or full day. I can confidently recommend the drivers we had - Channy and Sary (077357361) - very...

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  • Floating villages at Kampong Chhnang, Kampong Chhnang

    Floating villages at Kampong Chhnang

    Kampong Chhnang Things to Do

    Atmospheric and fascinating villages of Phoum Kandal and Chong Kos on the waters of Tonle Sap! We hired a boatman and he paddled us through the villages for a couple of hours. Hot and sweaty under the midday sun but so interesting! Make sure to pack water and hats and cover up.More info and photos at:...

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  • Moto tour outside Kampong Chhnang, Kampong Chhnang

    Moto tour outside Kampong Chhnang

    Kampong Chhnang Transportation

    The town of Kampong Chhnang itself is ok but the real attractions are the outside the city. Amazing floating villages, interesting local pottery production, beautiful scenery, a lovely Wat with a peaceful hill-top temple. We got lucky and ended up with two moto drivers who were terrific guides. Easy going and interesting to talk with, Channy and...

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Koh Rong Samloem

  • Party boat to the island of Koh Rong..., Koh Rong Samloem

    Party boat to the island of Koh Rong...

    Koh Rong Samloem Transportation

    There are different boats are available from Sihanoukville, you have to choice which one it suites you. The party boat is a good option which geared for people who visit the island for a day. On board you'll have lunch, snorkeling gear and this all included the price. Depends where you book your ticket or tours different boats and resorts and how...

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  • Choices of Bungalows around, Koh Rong Samloem

    Choices of Bungalows around

    Koh Rong Samloem Favorites

    Obviously no resorts on this quiet little island. Although, we haven't stay the night in the island, but when I look around, you'll have different choice of places to stay around. Just be aware that staying a night isn't the same as in the mainland. Electricity power is running by a generator, no internet in the island and no ATM's. Take cash money...

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  • Manicure.....pedicure on the beach, Koh Rong Samloem

    Manicure.....pedicure on the beach

    Koh Rong Samloem Things to Do

    You are in the island, do not think you will be annoyed by local people who sales everything. I didn't see any vendors on the beach, I saw locals walking while we're there but I think those are residents in the island. Since we arrived in the island, this is the first woman I saw offer a manicure/pedicure and massage. She was very polite and...

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Kampong Tralach

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    Market.: Eat down at the local market.

    by cachaseiro Written Dec 21, 2011

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    I first had a quick look at a couple of restaurants in Kampong Tralach when i was looking for dinner but quickly opted for the local market as the choise ther was really good and diverse.
    I was sitting on one of the many plastic chairs surrounded by many food stalls and had some really excellent local food with noodles, spring rolls, chicken, bean sprouts and a few other things i can´t remember now.
    The food was really good and together with a can of local beer it all cost me 1 dollar so you can´t beat the price either.

    Eating at the local market in Kampong Tralach.
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Phumi Tonle Sab

  • Chnong Keas Daily Scenes 2, Phumi Tonle Sab

    Chnong Keas Daily Scenes 2

    Phumi Tonle Sab Off The Beaten Path

    Part two of my off the beaten path tips on Chnong Keas Daily Scenesthis off the beaten path tip is a compilation of assorted daily scenes that you see the local people at the floating villages in Tonle Sap and at the banks of the Tributaries Going to Tonle Sap Lake. You will see assorted scenes like children taking baths, women washing clothes,...

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  • Chnong Keas Daily Scenes 1, Phumi Tonle Sab

    Chnong Keas Daily Scenes 1

    Phumi Tonle Sab Off The Beaten Path

    this off the beaten path tip is a compilation of assorted daily scenes that you see the local people at the floating villages in Tonle Sap and at the banks of the Tributaries Going to Tonle Sap Lake. You will see assorted scenes like children taking baths, women washing clothes, shopping for goods in between boats, people riding boats and...

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  • Cat Fish Farm at Tonle Sap lake, Phumi Tonle Sab

    Cat Fish Farm at Tonle Sap lake

    Phumi Tonle Sab Things to Do

    Catfish is one of the major fishes that you can catch at the huge tonle sap lake besides another favorite local fish, called the snake fish. Cat Fish can literally live everywhere as their are tough hence is a favorite of Cambodians. There are several cat fish aqua culture farms in the tonle sap lake and there are mini cat fish farms at the...

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Phumi Dak Dam

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  • Sustainable tourism among the Bunong, Phumi Dak Dam

    Sustainable tourism among the Bunong

    Phumi Dak Dam Favorites

    The Bunong ("From the Nong people") are friendly and trusting and will welcome you warmly. They are a beautiful and graceful people and do not need your (or anyone else's charity), only fairness, justice and their traditional resources. Breaking out of the cycle of illiteracy and poverty requires a jump start in terms of education and health, but...

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  • Bunong People, Phumi Dak Dam

    Bunong People

    Phumi Dak Dam Favorites

    The Bunong people are indigenous to Mondolkiri and Rattnakiri provinces, living rural lives in and especially at the edges of the unspoilt upland forests. Although forming the majority of the population in Mondolkiri, they remain marginalised and vulnerable, increasingly exploited by migrants pushing into the lower density upland areas from the...

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  • No restaurants in Dak Dam, Phumi Dak Dam

    No restaurants in Dak Dam

    Phumi Dak Dam Restaurants

    There are no restaurants at all in Dak Dam Commune. We didn't even see any stalls by the road in the village. You will need to bring food from Sen Monorem, although there is one very small shop by the crossroads in Pu Antreng.

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