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Siem Reap, located in northern Cambodia, literally means ‘Siam Defeated’. The place is most famous for its beautiful and well preserved temples as well as Angkor Archeological Park, which is quaint and laid back village that is a pleasant place to visit while visiting the temples. The city offers many other forms of entertainment besides these main attractions, including various restaurants, new hotels and nightclubs.

The most popular places among tourists are the temples of Angkor. Some of the more popular temples include Wat Bo, which is the oldest temples interspersed with glittering new artwork that is a complete mismatch to the

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original Angkor artwork and Wat Preah Prom Rath, a temple with modern grounds with a hint of its five hundred year old history. The architecture of the temple is the theme of the lotus, reflecting the styles of the other

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia

by WCC on April 3, 2012

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Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia . Phnom Penh has two million inhabitants (2006) and is located in the southwest of the country on the Tonle Sap , a tributary of the Mekong . The city is home to a university and a technical center. There is an international airport and a harbor. About the Mekong River, the city is accessible to smaller ships. Phnom Penh is by far the most important economic center in the country.

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Phnom Penh

The town takes its name from the Wat Phnom Daun Penh (Hill Temple), built in 1372 on an artificial hill 27 meters high, five statues of Buddha record. 1434, the last king of laid Angkor his residence in the metropolitan area of present-day Phnom Penh, after Lovek after Angkor in 1431 by Ayutthaya , the Kingdom of the Thai conquered, and its vital irrigation systems were destroyed. In the 16th Century was Lovek leave. Until 1866 moved King Norodom I, under pressure from the French government’s headquarters from Udon to Phnom Penh. In 1867 the city was also home to the French colonial administration . The French planned and built the city again. To create the wetlands in the city today to dry, a canal system was created. Since 1933 a railway line connects Phnom Penh with the port of Kompong Som, now Sihanoukville . [click to continue…]

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Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia

February 23, 2012

The Angkor Archaeological Park is a famous temple complex in Cambodia .The Angkor Archaeological Park is an area with many temples north of the city of Siem Reap . Angkor Wat is one of these temples. In tourism parlance, the term ‘Angkor Wat’ but often for the whole area. It is also referred to the […]

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February 21, 2012

Cambodia lies in Southeast Asia, bordering Thailand , Laos and Vietnam . The coast in the south of the country lies on the Gulf of Thailand.Of the 13 million Cambodians 90% belong to the Khmer people. There are also 4% and 4% Chinese Vietnamese. 2% make the Cham, an ethnic group with some Malaysian origin. […]

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