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Battambang extends along the river (Stung or Steung) Sangker, is the center of a very fertile agricultural area and trades with Thailand, is called "the rice bowl of Cambodia". The cultivation of exotic fruit is also widespread. The city is full of buildings from the colonial period, the best known of which is the Governor's Residence, built by the last Thai Governor in Battambang.


The famous archaeological site of Angkor is located 7 km from Siem Reap downtown. This monumental complex comprises more than a hundred temples, palaces and pagodas built between the ninth and fourteenth century during the reign of King Suryavarman II.


Phnom Penh is a city of amazing architecture stamped with diverse influences, mainly French. Phnom Penh also makes a perfect base for many fantastic discoveries to surrounding areas.


Sihanoukville draws huge crowd for its secluded beaches and islands. A small archipelago is embedded by the Sihanoukville Bahia off its south and west coast. Beaches that line the west contour of the city from north to south are Victory Beach, Lamherkay Beach, Koh Pos Beach, Independence Beach, Sokha Beach, Serendipity Beach, Ochheuteal Beach and many others. The most popular beaches are Ochheuteal, Sokha, Independence and Victory. Tourists can take water taxis to the nearby islands for diving, snorkeling and game fishing.


Spean Praptos (Kampong Kdei's pints) on an Angkorian bridge located on the ancient royal road that connected Angkor to Beng Mealea, Cambodia. The bridge was more; ancient in Southeast Asia and presents the classic sandstone structure of Khmer. At the ends, it presents nine-headed naga guardians



Mrs. Helen
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Traveled from 07 Oct 2013 to 18 Oct 2013

"We returned home safely and just wanted to tell you how much we enjoyed our journey in Vietnam. We are all so happy and better informed about life in Vietnam after the trip you so carefully organised for us."

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