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- Swimming pool
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Before I went to the temples, I visited the museum which was so big it basically took a whole day to go around. It had loads of information about the Hindu and Buddhist religions, which were the main religions of the Angkor kingdom, as well as the meanings behind the carvings and animals on the temples. Very common carvings were the apsaras who are beautiful women who arose from the ocean during the Churning of ...
... guide to listen to whilst walking around. Phnom Penh is a good location to have as a stopping point when getting around Cambodia as its well connected to neighbouring destinations by bus. The next part of our journey is to go to the Cardamom mountains where we plan to stay in the jungle and then from there onto the popular beaches of Sihanoukville! Speak soon, Laura and Ed Fun fact: Cambodia make amazing Mojito cocktails with prices starting as low as ...
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... and cloudy. Once we arrived we began looking around Angkor Wat and taking lots of pictures. Soon enough it was chucking it down with rain again - I felt very smug in my Berghaus. We tried to go up a tower in the middle of the temple thinking we could watch the supposed sunset from there but it turns out that they shut that area at 5pm. It was now 5.15pm and the sunset wasn't supposed to set until 6.15pm. We enquired about where people usually watch the sunset from and it ...
... one before Angkor wat the following morning. Angkor Wat was a 5am start to see the sunrise then a full day wandering around a few of the many temples. It's hard to describe what Angkor Wat was like. It's just one of the most incredible things I've ever seen. Each temple was so similar but different. Me and rob spent the day acting like Chinese tourist taking loads of pictures and running round like kids. We visited 4 temples that day, Angkor wat was first then Angkor ...