Thinking of visiting Angkor Wat? Read this essential guide now!
A lot of travel enthusiasts face difficulties when they visit a country which is not among the most well-travelled destinations. Cambodia, a South East Asian country which is now emerging as a new travel hub for wanderers who love to see the magic of nature depicted in mountains and all that lies beneath them, is such a place. (more…)
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…)
Roluos is the previous ancient centre and capital of the Khmer civilization known as Hariharalaya. Approximately seventy years after Jayavarman II established his capital on Mount Kulen in 802, he moved the capital to Haryharalaya, perhaps for a better source of food or for defence purpose. (more…)
Sambor Prei Kuk, the modern name for the archaeological site of the Chenla capital and it often divides Western travellers. This is probably due to the influence of Angkor, which is easily South-East Asia’s most famous historical site. (more…)
Battambang is famous for its pristine countryside. Battambang also has many tourist attractions to visit. Many first time travellers to the province might miss Wat Banan, easily accessible from Battambang via a tuk-tuk or motorbike. (more…)
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…)