In Search of Lost Gods – Cambodia Part 6

Chong Khneas

Fourth day on Cambodia we wanted explore places in and around Siem Reap. We planned to visit Tonle Sap Lake for the floating villages, Angkor National Museum and spend the rest of the evening shopping around Siem Reap’s markets. We started our day with sumptuous complimentary breakfast by our hotel Tanei Boutique. We had a … Read more

In Search of Lost Gods – Cambodia Part 5

Smile of Angkor, Avalokitheshwara faces

After visiting Angkor Wat, we went to explore another symbolic temple of Cambodia, the Bayon temple which was built nearly 100 years after Angkor Wat. The Bayon is located in the center of the city of Angkor Thom. Angkor Thom (Big Angkor) is a 3km x 3km walled and moated royal city and was the … Read more

In Search of Lost Gods – Cambodia Part 4

Angkor Wat

On the third day in Cambodia we started our journey with AngKor wat which is one of the largest religious monuments ever constructed by humankind. Its name means “temple city.” This time we had tour guide Samart with us. Taking a guide immensely helps to enrich the knowledge and our guide made the whole trip … Read more

In Search of Lost Gods – Cambodia Part 3

Preah Khan HDR Pano

After the sumptuous lunch on our grand circuit trip at Angkor group of temple, we started to cover the large temple city – The Preah Khan. The Preah Khan The Preah Khan temple located just outside the capital city Angkor Thom was built in 1191; its name translates to “the Sacred Sword”. Preah Khan was … Read more

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