Cambodia, Kratie: home of the endangered Irrawaddy dolphins

The small town of Kratie, roughly 315 km northeast of Phnom Penh,  sits on the banks of the Mekong and, despite its modest proportions, acts as the capital of the rural province. We spent here one day on our way […]

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Cambodia, Phnom Penh central market

During the visit of Phom Penh, one of the landmarks not to be missed if you like living a slice of a daily life of cambodian people, is the Central market, known as Phsar Thmei.  The market opens from 7 […]

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Cambodia, Tuol Sleng genocide museum

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Phnom Penh After visiting the Choeung Ek fields we get back to the city center by tuk tuk and our visit go on  with another very important evidence about the Cambodia genocide, when between 1975 and 1979 through the hand […]

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What to see in Phnom Penh: Top 10

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Phnom Penh 1 – Choeung Ek killing fields: about 15 km from Phnom Penh center, it is a site where large numbers of people were killed and buried by the violent Khmer Rouge regime from 1975 to 1979. Walking along the […]

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The killing fields, sad past of Cambodia

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Choeung Ek Phnom Penh, like every city in Southeast Asia, is characterized by traffic and noise. It does not offer a lot of beautiful spots, but if you are interested in what the history of this country has been, there are […]

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Cambodia, Angkor archeological park: a cambodian diamond

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Angkor Wat After 7 hours by night bus, we arrive in Siem Reap at 5 a.m., very tired but at the same time very happy to be here and ready to visit the ancient monuments declared World Heritage Site. We […]

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Cambodia Itinerary

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Intense journey in Southeast Asia through two wonderful countries such as the still pristine Laos and Cambodia. After a quick stop in the north of Thailand, in 3 weeks we cross the borders of the 2 countries to discover the […]

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