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Tag: Siem Reap
Food, accommodation and transport tips on travels in Siem Reap on a budget.
“Getting Back to Work Feels Great”- I thought to myself after my first English class in Siem Reap Language School Missing teaching It has been, more
An old Cambodian villager from countryside standing in front of his house slightly smiling, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Angkor Wat is the largest and most spectacular religious complex in the world, and was built in the early 12th century for King Suryavarman II. Nowadays, as UNESCO world
Craving local food Cambodian food reminds me of China a lot. There are many similar to Chinese cuisine dishes such as vegetable dumplings, fried rice
The beauty and sophistication of Siem Reap’s Temples Cambodia– home, sweet home (at least temporarily)! Before I came to Siem Reap, I remember some travellers
They are humble, kind and so dedicated to Buddha, calm and wise- Cambodian monks.
Photo taken in Wat Bo Temple (Siem Reap) illustrating a group of Cambodian monks during their pray time.
There is a raining season in Cambodia right now but it does not disturb kids playing around.
Photos of Siem Reap, Cambodia I took when strolling down the street on my first day. The temples are stunning and people are amazingly hospitable.
Adorable Cambodian girl posing for the photo in Siem Reap. We are in love with her!