Cambodia Travel Information

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Member5331026 visited Preah Sihanouk on 2015-04-01 and has this to say:
I live in Kazakhstan. I very like traveling, meet with smart and interesting peoplle. My name Marat Thank you!
Sasha2167 visited Siem Reab on 2013-12-09 and has this to say:
Angkor Vat and bolt trip from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Min
LaBrendy11 visited Siem Reab on 2009-11-18 and has this to say:
went with my son. different life. good experience. Many restaurants, great food. Very cheap shopping.
thegivingkind visited Siem Reab on 2009-01-06 and has this to say:
Angkor City was just fantastic!
whitehibiscus visited Siem Reab on 2008-02-22 and has this to say:
Angkor Wat itself was over-run with tourists but there were temple ruins further afield that were quiet and lovely...
Armoni6 visited Phnum Pénh on 2007-10-21 and has this to say:
Phnom Penh, Siem Reap
robsch00 visited Phnum Pénh on 2007-08-27 and has this to say:
wonderful trip through Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam.
phantasmagoria visited Phnum Pénh on 2006-08-15 and has this to say:
The hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh? Ever seen 6 people on a motorbike? will here! The wonders og Angkor Wat, Bamboo Island and the sadness and insanity of the Khmer Rouge and mass genocide.
agua66 visited Phnum Pénh on 2006-08-03 and has this to say:
travel from Cambodia and Viet-Nam: nature and very beautifull ancient building (Siem-reap is one of the best ancient place of the world)
Discovery_Learning visited Phnum Pénh on 2002-04-03 and has this to say:
Having recently returned from a volatile conflict zone in the Balkans, the peace and tranquility of Cambodia was a welcome relief, but its history is a salutary reminder that if an evil seed is allowed to thrive then unimaginable horrors can easily befall an otherwise peaceful place. Thankfully the days of Pol Pot are long gone, but the scars remain on the landscape with millions of anti-personnel mines liberally scattered and a daily threat to children and farmers. The clean up is underway, but the size of the task immense, especially as annual floods and landslides move these deadly devices, sometimes overlaying areas that have already been cleared and deemed safe; the same type of clean up has started in Kosovo. It's a sign of the moral dimension being skewed through human imperfection, whereby these devices are built and sold by humans for profit, they're utilised by the military and paramilitaries indiscriminately to maim or kill, but who is really to blame, the politicians, the industrialists, the military, the mercenary or is it the human fallibilities of greed and a persisting theme of sadism towards their own species? Unfortunately, there are many other examples of the latter trait.
khmersky visited Phnum Pénh on 2000-01-13 and has this to say:
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philtch visited Siem Reab on 1909-05-05 and has this to say:
I wquld like to met a traditional Khmer woman, with a view to marriage.
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