Friday, July 18, 2014

25 Useful Travel Tips When Going to Cambodia

 





25 Useful Travel Tips When Going to Cambodia

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1. It’s cheaper to buy from the sellers outside the temples than in the market.
  • Magnets (2 multi-colored for $1; 4 single color for $1 or 50 cents each)
  • Scarfs (5 for $10)
  • Bamboo Sticky Rice ($1.75)
  • Raincoats can be bought for $1 a pair.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Siem Reap, Cambodia Tourism: Where To Go and Eat - 6D5N - Day 5/6





Siem Reap, Cambodia Tourism: Where To Go and Eat - 6D5N - Day 5/6

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Today marks our last day in Cambodia and we decided to spend it with an all day adventure.

Thanks to QUAD ATV Tours, our last day in Siem Reap was full of fun fun fun. They are completely safe and the ATVs were very well-maintained so yay!

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Siem Reap, Cambodia Tourism: Where To Go and Eat - 6D5N - Day 4





Siem Reap, Cambodia Tourism: Where To Go and Eat - 6D5N - Day 4

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This was our last day to explore the Angkor Wat ruins and thanks to our guide, he had saved the best temples for last. We started with Angkor Wat (which was just okay for me), and then we went to PREA KHAN (awesome temple – not crowded and you get the best of both worlds: adventure and beauty) and lastly, PRE RUP – a romantic temple mountain with no crowd as well. It’s like we had the place to ourselves – lovely place to watch the sunset.

Monday, July 07, 2014

PRE RUP: Romantic Temple Mountain In Siem Reap, Cambodia





PRE RUP: Romantic Temple Mountain In Siem Reap, Cambodia


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A popular sunset spot in Siem Reap, Pre Rup is a majestic temple mountain with steep, knee-high steps. Its height is imposing, and definitely not recommended for those with acrophobia. But if you’ve got guts, you’ll soon find the climb to be rewarding.” – source here

Saturday, July 05, 2014

Prea Khan: Magical Mix Of Beng Mealea and Ta Prohm





Prea Khan: Magical Mix Of Beng Mealea and Ta Prohm

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Preah Khan, meaning 'sacred sword,’ is a huge, highly explorable monastic complex, full of carvings, passages and photo opportunities.” – source here

The architecture is similar to Ta Prohm with an exceptional mix of Beng Melea’s charm.

The photos below could not justify the beauty of this place. Among all the temples in Siem Reap, Cambodia, this is our top pick because it is Magical, Mysterious, Charming, Adventurous and most of all, NOT CROWDED!

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JoTan is a Foodie, Travel Enthusiast & she lives her everyday life as if it was the last.

 "IT'S FOR THE EXPERIENCE" -- this is what she always tell people when she wants to do something FUN like Mountain Climbing, Rappelling on a Hanging Bridge (which was not determined if it was in good condition since it was a really old PNR Bridge), Eating Beef Liver SASHIMI (yes, the raw one) and even Jumping off the Plane at 15,000 feet.

She also loves to share the new things she learned, her adventures and other personal encounters through this blog :) 

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