Situated in Southeast Asia, Cambodia is the home of many historic landmarks and the scenery is utterly breathtaking; consisting of long lakes, dreamy beaches, ancient temples and delicious food, oozing with culture. Cambodia may be a small country but the hearts of the locals are bigger than you could ever imagine. It’s full of people that will make you feel welcome and right at home in their country from the moment you arrive. The joy they have towards life is contagious to anyone in their company. When in Cambodia, you’ll realise that prices are unbelievably low there compared to other parts of the world, making it all the more enjoyable, encouraging you to eat out and make the most of your time there.
Visit Angkor Wat – Angkor Wat was built in the early 12th century as a Hindu temple and later on it became Buddhist. Today, Angkor Wat is the largest religious monument in the world, located just 3.7 miles north of Siem Reap. It has been named one of the seven wonders of the world which makes it a ‘must see’ for anyone visiting Cambodia. Angkor Wat is also a national symbol of Cambodia. It is printed in the centre of the national Cambodian flag, showing it’s something that the country is immensely proud of.
Tour The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum – This museum was once a high school until Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge were in power. Pol Pot, with the support of the Khmer Rouge turned the high school into a prison and interrogation centre. Today, you can visit this museum in Cambodia, it’s jam packed with history, but certainly a rather upsetting and difficult visit for people. The museum stands in remembrance of those that lost their lives during the Cambodian holocaust. Tourists visit this museum to pay respect to those people and gain understanding of the genocide that once happened in Cambodia.
Play With Elephants – The Provence of Mondulkiri is home of numerous elephant sanctuaries. So if you’re a lover of elephants, this place is for you. As there’s many, you will have to choose what sanctuary you wish to visit, it is recommended to do in-depth research into this as it is said that some do not take animal welfare into consideration and supporting them with your money will not better that. At these Elephant sanctuaries there is a range of things to do, you can simply feed the elephants or help bathe an elephant in the river, an unforgettable experience.
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