Travel Blogs from Angkor Wat, Cambodia

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The Enchanting Beauty of Angkor Wat, Siem Riep, Cambodia travel blog

The Enchanting Beauty of Angkor Wat

A travel blog entry by lisapeterson0

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... drinks. The same faces turn up everywhere it makes you feel like a local. We went and sow the most picturesque sunset at Angkor Wat which is a stunning temple. Initially we couldn't work out why the sun was setting infront of the place but when we ...

Sifting through the Temples of Angkor, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Sifting through the Temples of Angkor

A travel blog entry by viajesyvinedos

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... temple held a unique quality or distinct layout, some with curvy apsaras and others with Sanskrit covered pillars.  Angkor Wat showcased a central temple complex, a commanding central tower with its surrounding smaller peaks, and an 800m-long ...

Thumbs up to Angkor Wat, Cambodia, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Thumbs up to Angkor Wat, Cambodia

A travel blog entry by oulous

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Wow, we are so glad we spent the money and went to Angkor Wat in Cambodia (Siem Reap is the closest city).  We didn't want to deal with the road border crossing into Cambodia since its supposed to be hellish; so we spent a fortune on flights, visas ...

What's up Doc, Siem Reap - Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

What's up Doc

A travel blog entry by shunny81

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Alison: Angkor Wat is the main attraction in Cambodia and it is basically a complex of very old temples found just outside Siam Reap. The largest and best preserved temple is the one that is actually the Angkor Wat and it is this temple which features on ...

Temples of Angkor, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Temples of Angkor

A travel blog entry by steve.brine

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Went to the Temples of Angkor today and on the lash during the night. An expensive day. The temples were quite remarkable however spread over a much greater distance than I had imagined and quite taxing. Nonetheless, I enjoyed myself. One annoyance ...

Angkor What???, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Angkor What???

A travel blog entry by allieadventures

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... too, but also had many stone piles blocking doors and entrance ways.  This temple is less visited and it absolutely stunning. At Angkor Wat, this was my favorite temple. At all of these temples, the guards give you free rane to go wherever you want ...

Checking out the Amazing Temples of Angkor, Phumĭ Span ngkr, Cambodia travel blog

Checking out the Amazing Temples of Angkor

A travel blog entry by lob123

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   As the plan was to do at least two days visiting the temples of Angkor Wat, we decided we'd start with the small temples for the first day, saving the bigger ones tomorrow, when our mate Jan could join us.    We booked a tuk-tuk ...

Angkor Wat i inne

Angkor Wat i inne "ruiny" ;)

A travel blog entry by camer

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... , w 2 min bilet gotowy i portfel lzjeszy o 40$ (po 20/glowe). Pozniej kolejne 5 km do najbardziej okazalej swiatyni Angkor Wat. Coz - mozna powiedziec, ze ogrom konstrukcji, teren jaki zajmuje i jakosc wwykonczen (tam gdzie je widac) robia wrazenie, jakby ...

Khmer new year - trip to Koh Tonsay, Koh Tonsay, Cambodia travel blog

Khmer new year - trip to Koh Tonsay

A travel blog entry by megan1272

Interesting. ...

A Kinda Famous Temple and a Doctor Fish Massage, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

A Kinda Famous Temple and a Doctor Fish Massage

A travel blog entry by travelorunravel

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... large, yet it has such detail when you look at the individual statues, temple designs, and bas reliefs.  Midway through Angkor Wat, I stopped feeling miserable and started to enjoy it all a little more, although the heat and masses of tourists were ...

Angkor wat ou ankor, bayon et around, Angkor, Cambodia travel blog

Angkor wat ou ankor, bayon et around

A travel blog entry by bafreux

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... litre d essence est a 1dol.. certaines personnes doivent travailler une demi jounee au camboge pour un litre d essence.. on a fait Angkor Wat le temple principal que vous connaissez tous.. il est beau c est impressionnant quand t arrives et je pense ...

The Great Angkor Wat, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

The Great Angkor Wat

A travel blog entry by lennyandcat

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... driver for the day and he took us around.  From early in the morning until sunset we viewed temples. Angkor Wat temple itself was stunning but not our favorite, some others were definitely much more impressive. Bayon in ...

So Wat, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

So Wat

A travel blog entry by joanna.means

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... of details temples stretching many mils through the jungles which took almost 500 years to build, the most amazing of which is Angkor Wat.  Although they were continuously used as a place of Buddhist worship until the Khmer rouge took power, it was ...

Visit to Angkor Temples, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Visit to Angkor Temples

A travel blog entry by lauryn

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... as it is stunning and really does look and feel like a lost world. The final temple we visited was the largest, Angkor Wat and from the outside this surpassed everything I had already seen. The architecture was unbelievable, so intricate and still almost ...

Not even enough money to use the loo!!!!, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Not even enough money to use the loo!!!!

A travel blog entry by carandsin2010

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... in the lane way!!!! was very upsetting!!!! A lot of poverty, loads of children begging and trying to sell things!!!! Went to Angkor Wat temple, had a walk around still don't know what it is about!!!! then got collected again by tuc tuc in the hostel!!!! ...

THE GREAT TEMPLES OF ANGKOR, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

THE GREAT TEMPLES OF ANGKOR

A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife

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... Ankor, ranging in scale from nondescript piles of brick rubble scattered through rice fields to the magnificent Angkor Wat, this is said to be the world's largest single religious monument.  ...

Love Affair with Everywhere: Siem Reap/Angkor, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Love Affair with Everywhere: Siem Reap/Angkor

A travel blog entry by lifeasanomad

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... the crowds follow, so there were many stops where we were the only ones in the area for at least a little while. Angkor Wat--the world's largest Hindu (originally dedicated to Lord Vishnu), now Buddhist temple complex. was built in 12th ...

A real sanctuary of heaven., Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

A real sanctuary of heaven.

A travel blog entry by wordperfect

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... all of the talking. There are also some lovely videos which take about two hours each to load so I will attempt to put them up eventually. Angkor Wat was magical. It really was. We woke up at 4:30am and we got a Tuk Tuk to Angkor Wat.We got there just in ...

Only fotos!, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Only fotos!

A travel blog entry by janpeters

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What an experience!, Siem Reap (Angkor Wat), Battambang and Phnom Penh, Cambodia travel blog

What an experience!

A travel blog entry by lok

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Angkor Wat I was expecting to see one temple - Angkor Wat - in Cambodia. Was I wrong! There are a few dozen temples just around the Siem Reap area. I thought I had "moto" written all over my face, since so many people yelled to me that name. ...

Last Day in Phnom Pehn, Phnom Pehn, Cambodia travel blog

Last Day in Phnom Pehn

A travel blog entry by toddsmoke

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Was glad for another day here in Phnom Pehn, gave us the opportunity to see a few more sites.  We visited two museums today, the first was Tuol Sleng (www.bigpond.com.kh/users/dccam.genocide)  This is the prison were they took the ...

Angkor What???, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Angkor What???

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz

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Angkor Wat...is nothing but temples, temples and temples again.... But first, let me tell you in a short cut how my day turned out to be. Planned to get up early for the sunrise, but that didn't work as good as I thought....woke up slightly later but ...

Angkor, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Angkor

A travel blog entry by chaletaria

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... bridge which crossed the moat. The raised causeway has stopping points with lion statues and the whole entrance has a long naga balustrade. Angkor Wat was built by Suryavarman II in as a Hindu temple dedicated (unusually) to Vishnu. It faces west (unlike ...

Last Day in Siam Reap, Siam Reap, Cambodia travel blog

Last Day in Siam Reap

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

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... ; I've been really behind lately (with the lack of good computers), especially with all of the shots that I've taken in Cambodia and Angkor in particular.  I'll probably go back a bit later, after lunch, to try and finally upload my pics and catch ...

Siem Reap, The Temples of Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Siem Reap

A travel blog entry by gingerandblonde

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... to Matt! Nothing changes there then. From here we bussed it up to Siem Riep for a day of temple seeing. Angkor Wat was really impressive, something right out of Indiana Jones. Lots of Chinese tourist's taking over the site but we had a ...

Zu den Tempel von Angkor Wat, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Zu den Tempel von Angkor Wat

A travel blog entry by marlene1

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Angkor, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Angkor

A travel blog entry by lucaseb

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Angkor Wat, Cambodia, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

A travel blog entry by marjorieandpaul

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Took a quick vacation trip over to Cambodia, to see the temples at Angkor Wat, last week with our friend Benji. Marjorie took a vacation from me and stayed home in Chiang Mai, and from all reports, had a delightful time. Briefly, Angkor Wat was the ...

Change of Pace in Cambodia, Siem Riep, Cambodia travel blog

Change of Pace in Cambodia

A travel blog entry by johonna_g

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... BUY THIS? It is exhausting. One girl even went as far as memorizing what I looked like and my name and as we were leaving Angkor Wat two days in a row, she was screaming my name from across the road begging me to buy her books. "Johonna.....Johonna, ...

Cambodia, Angkor Wat, Cambodia travel blog

Cambodia

A travel blog entry by chattynatty

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... in the bus and we choked on a light haze. I was tired but got a second wind once we left the border on route to Angkor Wat. People live in shacks along the dusty road and I mean shacks, I have built tree forts better! Every once in a while there ...

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