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Siem Reap Pagoda Cats

Siem Reap Pagoda Cats is a small organization trying to help the stray cats that live in around several Buddhist temples near Siem Reap, Cambodia. French ex-pat Josette Vanneur does a daily tour of the temples making sure the numerous felines have food and water, along with arranging medical care including neutering. 58 more words

Siem Reap

Home to the Angkor Wat temple complex, and also a very lively city, with markets, bars and restaurants everywhere, Siem Reap is a must-visit place. We joined the young crowd and headed out to the infamous “Pub Street” on a bar crawl! 363 more words

Eating tarantulas in Cambodia

Just wanted to make it right regarding the myth of spiders in South-Asia:

YES, Cambodians eat tarantulas, that’s not only a touristic attraction.
Except in Siem Reap, where I would never eat some from those 2 or 3 street shops in Pub Street. 119 more words

Siem Reap

AsiaSick in Angkor

Our last few hours in Phnom Penh were spent in the markets before we had to pack up and head to the bus. Our trusty driver Nara, who took us to the Killing Fields and the Genocide Museum the day before, remembered our bus time and waited out front of our hostel for us! 648 more words


6-Day Itinerary: Siem Reap-Phnom Penh-Ho Chi Minh City

Below is our the actual itinerary that we had in our 6nights-6days trip to Cambodia and Vietnam.

Our daily budget (starting Day 1) is 1… 646 more words


Bayon: The Smiling Faces of Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom (not to be confused with the more famous Angkor Wat) was the last capital of the Angkorian empire. It captures Angkor at the period when Jayavarman VII reclaimed the empire from Cham invaders in 1181, which resulted with a massive building campaign for his new Royal Palace. 218 more words


Where Attractions Space To Visit In Siem Reap Of Cambodia

The life-support system for the best temples of Angkor, Siem Reap was consistently destined for great things. Back in typically the 1960s, Siem Reap (see-em ree-ep) was the place to stay Southeast Asia and saw a steady stream of this rich and famous. 417 more words

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