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The town of Siem Reap, in northern Cambodia, is the primary access point for the Angkor Archaeological Park. city map of Siem Reap [edit] Understand Siem Reap, literally "Siam Defeated", commemorates a Khmer victory over the neighboring kingdom of Thailand. These days, however, the only...

permalink written by  garisti on July 1, 2008 from Siemreab, Cambodia
from the travel blog: Viaje por Asia



And then there were two...

Safe travels Viv! The group travel has just about come to a close. I knew it would go quickly, but holy cow! I can't believe part I of the trip is over. (In my mind, it's a 3-part journey: part I was group travel, part II: Habitat for Humanity building trip, and then part III will be the...

permalink written by  GoBlue on July 5, 2007 from Siemreab, Cambodia
from the travel blog: Joc's Journeys



Angkor Wat and then some

My main reason for heading over to Siem Reap was to explore Angkor Wat. It turns out that if that were all I actually saw (and in my ignorance, I thought it was the only attraction), despite its magnificence I would have really missed out. As Joc mentioned in her posting, the "city" of Angkor is...

permalink written by  GoBlue on July 4, 2007 from Siemreab, Cambodia
from the travel blog: Viv's Voyage(s)



Cambodian Delight

Angkor Wat was absolutely amazing. I’m not sure I can say much more than what others have already typed here. I can definitely echo the sentiments that it was way better than expected, and I wish I could have spent a bit more time. After my limited Cambodian experience, I was especially...

permalink written by  GoBlue on July 4, 2007 from Siemreab, Cambodia
from the travel blog: Carl's Circuit



Kingdom of Cambodia

It's actually Siam Reap, but the option won't let me type it in... http://valleypeaks.blogspot.com/

permalink written by  joscans on June 7, 2007 from Siemreab, Cambodia
from the travel blog: Kingdom of Cambodia



Angkor Wat and all things Khmer

I'm a week overdue on this report from my trip to Cambodia. True, it's because I've been doing many exciting things since then, but I also think it's because I needed some time to digest the sights, sounds, and smells of Angkor Wat and Siem Reap. In no particular order, these impressions are...

permalink written by  GoBlue on June 4, 2007 from Siemreab, Cambodia
from the travel blog: J-Mac's Junket



The Temples of Angkor

After spending a quick but very interesting few days in Phnom Penh we high-tailed it to Siem Reap to see what we hoped would be one of the highlights of our trip - Angkor Wat. It is difficult to put into words exactly what to say about this place, so I will be brief. WOW! The whole place...

permalink written by  Priya&Tim on July 21, 2006 from Siemreab, Cambodia
from the travel blog: Cheeky Round The World Trip



Angkor

Angkor is pretty cool. I'm digging the part where they let you climb over basically anything. The best temples are the broken down ones in the jungle where you can clambor over big piles of stone blocks and drop squeeze into the old Temples that are barely standing. It was nice that you...

permalink written by  Jason Kester on December 8, 2005 from Siemreab, Cambodia
from the travel blog: Southeast Asia Again 2006



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