If it wasn’t for the French colonization in the 19th century the Kingdom of Cambodia might have cease to exist entirely. After the fall of the Khmer Empire Cambodia had a period of dark ages. Both the Siamese and Vietnamese Empires were on a quest to take all of Cambodia. However, after the French colonization the Kingdom of Cambodia was saved but still had some turbulent times. It was in 1993 that better times started. Today you can see the remains of the once mighty Khmer Empire with Angkor Wat as the main attraction. In Cambodia you can also witness poverty, beautiful nature, have great food and meet friendly people. I visited the Kingdom of Cambodia and I loved it. It’s culture, food and people. Let me share my stories with you.
#TBT [ThrowBackThursday] week 50 of 2015. This week, something I remember from my visit to Cambodia, 1 of the 52 countries I visited prior to 2015. Cambodia is a beautiful country in South East Asia. […]
Combined trip to Cambodia to explore the Angkor region and some business and a conference after in Singapore (SINGAPORE – Singapore (2014.03.19 – 2014.04.01)) NOTE: currently I’m re-writing parts of this Siem Reap itinerary into […]