Category: Cambodia

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Temple Hunting on Two Wheels in Angkor

Temple Hunting on Two Wheels in Angkor

The countryside surrounding Angkor is one of paddy fields and sugar palms. Dotted with small villages of traditional wooden houses built on stilts surrounded by fruit trees. Trapaeng or pools, vast ancient baray or reservoirs and the rivers and channels that still connect them today shape the landscape. Near Siem Reap it’s flat excepting the...

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Ten Unique Foodie Experiences in Southeast Asia

Ten Unique Foodie Experiences in Southeast Asia

There are plenty of “Top 10” lists out there, usually focused on a specific topic or location. Here we’ve decided to take a broader view and let you in on some select secrets, our top unique food and beverage experiences from all of Smiling Albino’s travel destinations. These encounters are made possible by exceptionally talented...

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Angkor Historical Park

by Scott Coates   Angkor Wat and the temples of the greater Angkor complex are one of the world’s greatest sites. A must-see for any seasoned traveler who wants to say they’ve truly seen the world. Built using mostly Laterite and Sandstone, more than 70 major temples are within the Angkor Archeological Park proper, which...