Comprehensive Travel Guide to Cambodia Angkor Wat

Although Cambodia is a part of my heritage, it is not the reason that ignited my interest of Angkor Wat. First, and foremost, I am very fond of history. Visiting historical sites around the world has always been the main reason for my travels. I love the thought of being able to walk through a time machine -step into another life, another world, another existence. So fascinating. To actually take a step that leads you back to 802 CE.   For other travelers of Cambodia, their fascination is more obvious, it the undeniably iconic Angkor Wat, built by the Khmer …

Sustainable Travel in Cambodia

Curiosity leads wanderlust travellers to search for all kinds of new experiences, in all parts of the world. To see other people, other cultures, and other political system, and to understand the world we live in, are large motivational factors for international travels. On a global scale, tourism is worth trillions of dollars, and recent studies have shown that it is (in part) responsible for loss of culture in the social community and environmental damages in regions. Many people speak of ‘green travel’, or ‘sustainable travel’, but what is the practical application for international travellers? What should we do to …

How Much Money Do you Need to Travel Asia?

Last year, I spent two months traveling through parts of Southeast Asia. Because I`m always conscious of my finance, I kept track of all my spending.  I traveled alone once, but didn’t enjoy it as much, nor did I kept track of any spending. This time around, I traveled Southeast Asia together with my sister. So, here’s how much money we spent travelling in Southeast Asia. Total Southeast Asia Spending As I’ve mentioned above, all expenses listed below are for two people, in USD. Not surprisingly, many Asian countries prefer US currency, so there was never a time I ever needed …

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