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Attractions in Cambodia

Sunrise, Angkor WatAngkor Wat

Ankor Wat is the greatest and most well known of the temples of Angkor. Dating from the 12th Century this huge temple complex represents the highest point of Khmer art and culture. The temple has been in continuous use since then and never lost to the jungle as the other temples in the area were.

Bamboo TrainBattambang

One of Cambodia's largest cities, Battambang is surprisingly laid back and peaceful, with a small central market and riverside promenade. The surrounding plains are home to many farming communities, while the hills have several ancient Khmer temples.

Bayon Temple, AngkorTemples of Angkor

The Temples of Angkor covers a huge area - at its height the city of Angkor was bigger than any other city in the world. Some have been recovered from the jungle and partially restored while others still show the destructive power of nature as the buildings are slowly ripped apart by tree roots.

Floating Houses, Tonle SapTonle Sap Lake

The Tonle Sap lake is the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia. Due to the heavy monsoon rains the lake swells to more than five times its size and is rich in fish and aquatic life. This provides the main food source to the many communities living in the floating villages on the lake and surrounding floodplain.