Image of Angkor complex from drone

Angkor is the ancient capital of the great Khmer Empire. It is, without doubt, one of the most magnificent wonders of the world. As well as a site of immense archaeological significance. (more…)

A close up image of a Buggha face carved into the walls of Bayon temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia.

The Angkor Empire and its reigning kings is a long and fascinating piece of history. Below is your comprehensive guide to the first succession of the Angkor kings from the empires birth in 802 until Dharanindravarman I died in 1113. (more…)

A black and white image of a collection of the iconic Buddha faces at Bayon temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia.

The last succession of Angkor kings was during the Empire’s most turbulent period. Which ultimately ended in 1309. The Angkor kings from Suryavarman II to Srindravarman are found in our guide below.


Angkor National Museum - Inside

The Angkor National Museum is located in Siem Reap and is made up of eight separate galleries. The galleries are connected by a vaulted corridor with a series of fountains and lined with many of the Angkorian era limestone lion and demon heads that you will see missing from the statues around the temples inside the archaeological park. (more…)