Travel Blogs from Angkor Wat, Cambodia

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Project: Cambodia Trip - Tale of the Temples, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Project: Cambodia Trip - Tale of the Temples

A travel blog entry by kidgurl

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... at 4:45 AM, which is insanely early, to see the sunrise in Angkor Wat. At first, I was kinda disappointed when I saw the Angkor Wat. The beauty of the structure is blocked by green scaffolding, so I really can't see the temple as it is. But, after staring ...

Angkor Wat...?!, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Angkor Wat...?!

A travel blog entry by spoontrick

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... camera battery and my eye for unique shots faded. Some will feel the need to explore every nook, cranny, inch and mile of Angkor Wat, leaving no stone unturned (so to speak)...personally, one day was enough for me to experience the total awe and ...

my dream destination!, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

my dream destination!

A travel blog entry by jennyferj

... they die and if asked they will tell you what that is and if you asked me mine would be to go to angkor wat in cambodia. i have always been interested in traveling the world, learning new languages and experiencing new cultures. if i could, my dream job ...

Project: Cambodia Trip - Tale of the Temples, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Project: Cambodia Trip - Tale of the Temples

A travel blog entry by travilana

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... at 4:45 AM, which is insanely early, to see the sunrise in Angkor Wat. At first, I was kinda disappointed when I saw the Angkor Wat. The beauty of the structure is blocked by green scaffolding, so I really can't see the temple as it is. But, after staring ...

Tag 1, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Tag 1

A travel blog entry by jann_und_franzi

Es ist schon eine grosse Einschraenkung von Angkor Wat zu sprechen ohne Bilder zu zeigen. Leider sind die Rechner immernoch nicht so gut das ich die Fotos einfach hochladen kann. Hier also ein Versuch unseren Besuch zu beschreiben. Heute ist Tag 1 an dem ...

Ein Schweinetransport :), Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Ein Schweinetransport :)

A travel blog entry by kingofdust

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so werden in der groessten Tempelanlage der Welt Tiere ...

Day 2 of the temples!, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Day 2 of the temples!

A travel blog entry by darrenleech

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Ok for the second day we wanted to see sunrise at the Angkor Wat, we've been told you have to do it, get up at 4am get taken by a Tuk tuk to the entrance, stroll along with a few hundred people in the pitch black of morning with torches to see the sun ...

Los Templos De Angkor, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Los Templos De Angkor

A travel blog entry by louisandsilvia

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... caras del templo de Bayon, las retorcidas y gigantescas raíces en el templo de Angkor Thom, hasta la majestuosidad del templo de Angkor Wat hacen de nuestra visita a Angkor una de las experiencias mas importantes e increíbles de mi vida. A pesar del ...

Die Tempel von Angkor, Prasat Bakong, Kambodscha travel blog

Die Tempel von Angkor

A travel blog entry by nkrebs

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... wir hier die äußeren Enden des inneren Kreises der Tempel. Beeindruckend ragen sie in den Himmel und wir können es auf der Heimfahrt kaum erwarten, den Sonnenaufgang am nächsten Tag vor dem legendären Angkor Wat zu ...

Ein Zeichen des Himmels, Krong Siem Reap, Kambodscha travel blog

Ein Zeichen des Himmels

A travel blog entry by nkrebs

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... sind wir... in Japan? Könnte man meinen in Anbetracht der Massen, die sich um diese Unzeit am Eingang des Angkor Wat versammelt haben. Reisebusse schaffen ein um die andere dieser Menschentrauben heran – alle mit dem gleichen Ziel: Das ...

Anchor Steam, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Anchor Steam

A travel blog entry by marrre

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... batteries. Mind you, by that time we had ooh:ed and aah:ed at the 11:th century craftsmanship and engineering of Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Bayon, Taprohm, aka the Jungle Temple and Banteay Srei, aka the Ladies Temple due to its pinkish tint. Our cicerone ...

Bayon, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Bayon

A travel blog entry by oreydc

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This temple is famous for the ...

"Everything that kills me makes me feel alive"

A travel blog entry by devianttraveler

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Decided to head back to Cambodia and spend a few more days and see Angkor Wat before traveling on to Vietnam. Cambodia is a step back in time and I really had good time on first visit so it was great to go back. I stayed a wonderful hotel near the ...

Vietnam to Cambodia, Phom Phen, Cambodia travel blog

Vietnam to Cambodia

A travel blog entry by rochelle1

... you want to come here come in the next few years before it becomes the next Vietnam / Thailand (although I get the impression that is a way off yet) Tomorrow we are off to Angkor Wat bright and early to watch the sunrise. Can't wait to get ...

Well, well, well....., Phumĭ Ta Trav, Cambodia travel blog

Well, well, well.....

A travel blog entry by marianner

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Drats, not working is playing havoc with my sleep pattern! This tourist life is not for me (I think I may have said that before) and where's a good CSI when you need something to put you to sleep? I think it is around 2 before I drop off and I have the ...

'Why you so terrible mister?', Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

'Why you so terrible mister?'

A travel blog entry by salty_t

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... abuse and tell you 'You make me cry' or 'stupid tourist'! You can still have some fun banter with them though too on occasion. Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples are so amazing we wouldn't know where to start so we'll just show you the ...

Sunrise..., Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Sunrise...

A travel blog entry by nicoleanderson

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... , but we are patient and wait for the sun. Finally we see it...the clouds are a beautiful colour, ahhh the sunrise over Angkor Wat is absolutely beautiful.  After we take some time and explore the temple.  An extremely early morning, but what a ...

CamBodeya, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

CamBodeya

A travel blog entry by rachelandmike

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... of the temple with clear skies overhead.  There, we sat in a contemplative quietness gazing at the majestic outline of Angkor Wat perfectly reflected, a silhouette against a sky that turned from black to purple to pink to blue as the sun ...

Angkor wat. (and more angkor what?), Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Angkor wat. (and more angkor what?)

A travel blog entry by ruthinasia

... balance against the tree trunks - an amazing example of nature supporting man and man nature. Our final stop was the much anticipated Angkor Wat, the Kings main temple. On the long walk up the back entrance to the temple were a few fighting monkeys ...

Angkor Wat!, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Angkor Wat!

A travel blog entry by onedude

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... ruled over Cambodia and parts of Laos, Thailand and Vietnam from the 9th to 13th centuries A.D. The most well known temple is Angkor Wat which is supposedly the world's largest religious complex and the symbol of Cambodia (Its on the flag). The secret to ...

The ruins of Angkor Wat, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

The ruins of Angkor Wat

A travel blog entry by phizly

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... tour guide Van. We took their advice and now wouldn't hesitate to give the same advice to other friends and travelers to Angkor Wat. He was a knowledgeable guide and an all around great guy to spend our two days exploring the temples with. Whenever I ...

Sunrise & Independant tour of Angkor Sites, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Sunrise & Independant tour of Angkor Sites

A travel blog entry by jolyonp

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Morgenstund' hat Gold im Mund, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Morgenstund' hat Gold im Mund

A travel blog entry by sabrinastrips

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Heute hatte es unser Tuk Tuk Fahrer nicht leicht mit uns. Da wir uns Angkor Wat bei Sonnenaufgang anschauen wollten, mussten wir um 4.30 Uhr vom Hotel wegfahren. Das frühe Aufstehen hat sich aber auf alle Fälle gelohnt! Trotz der frühen Uhrzeit waren ...

Ankunft in Kambodscha, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Ankunft in Kambodscha

A travel blog entry by karoinasia

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... Tempelanlage der Welt und UNESCO Weltkulturerbe. Seine Ursprünge gehen auf das 9. Jahrhundert zurück, der eindruckvollste Tempel, Angkor Wat, wurde von König Suryavaman II im 12. Jahrhundert errichtet. Noch ziemlich verwöhnt vom guten Englisch der ...

Cité jadis, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Cité jadis

A travel blog entry by chapdeluc

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Vous faire la nomenclature des temples ? Non. Trop. Les images parlent pour moi...         ...

The Poor Man's Bridge, Neak Pean, Cambodia travel blog

The Poor Man's Bridge

A travel blog entry by tinayoung

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On to the next attraction: Neak Prean. To get there, we must walk across a bridge.  Well, it's not really a bridge, more like long wooden planks laid across tree trunks to keep the travelers' feet dry.  One thing I must emphasize is the ...

Segundo dia en Angkor Wat, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Segundo dia en Angkor Wat

A travel blog entry by sudeste2012

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Big kids play time, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Big kids play time

A travel blog entry by ian.farrow

... people who demanded to see our tickets. We tried being sneaky beakies and getting in another way which sooo nearly worked; we got to Angkor Wat, locked up the bikes, waded through the sea of people selling crap, started along the walk way over the moat to ...

Chong kneas floating island, Chong kneas floating island �, Cambodia travel blog

Chong kneas floating island

A travel blog entry by mihalis

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... 50 minutes, a long time, but this is because the road is very bad. Roads overall are not in very good state, even at the Angkor Wat but some are being fixed slowly slowly. A new port is being built at the moment. I went and took ...

Last capital city of Khmer Empire, Angkor Thom - South Gate, Cambodia travel blog

Last capital city of Khmer Empire

A travel blog entry by tinayoung

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... of the bridge. We walk down the center of the path under the watchful eyes of the 108 gods and demons.  Inside Angkor Thom, we are greeted with an incredible bas-relief that tells the story of ancient myths and legends, including the Churning of ...

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