Guest post by Seth Woodward, The Cruise Web Team One of the greatest challenges of visiting Vietnam and Cambodia is choosing where to go and what to see – there’s just so much that shouldn’t be missed.
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Guest post by Bridget Sandorford. Traveling to Asia is an exciting prospect. There are so many different countries, climates and cultures to explore.
Guest post by Krzysztof (Chris) Arciszewski. I consider my travels as part of my education. I love to learn and have a curiosity that seems to propel me, sometimes literally, to far corners of the world. I am genuinely interested in each place I visit, trying to absorb as much of the local culture, language, [...]
The first thing I realised when dining in Phnom Penh is that almost all cafes and restaurants serve complete condiment, and I mean very complete.
Always be prepared when traveling down the dusty road in Siem Reap. Note: RMDFXDCN47GA
They drive on the wrong side. Honking is a norm, it simply means that you are approaching/watch out/get out of my way. You’ll hear it every second…traffic is a havoc and very few traffic lights available. Not forget to mention, dusty road ahead the whole trip. Definately not a child-friendly place, but a good place for [...]
The crumbling ruins of Angkor is a UNESCO World Heritage site situated in Siem Riep, Cambodia. Our hired tuk-tuk picked us up at 7am and within 15-20 minutes we arrived at Angkor Archaeological Park.
A trip to Siem Riep would not be complete without a boat ride on Tonle Sap Lake.