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See the sunrise at Angkor Wat

One of the best moments at Angkor Wat is being present to see the Sunrise. Though the place is very crowded as everyone wants to take the best photograph of the reflection of Angkor Wat in the lake with the sunrise as the backdrop, it’s still an experience to have at least once in your life time.

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Cambodian Village Cooking Class

Enjoy a culinary session in Phnom Penh with a local chef and learn their cooking secrets.

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The smiling faces of Bayon

: The 200+ faces are in the image of Avalokiteshvara, a bodhisattva who embodies compassion and is an enlightenment-being in the Mahayana Buddhist religion.

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Ta Prohm

The trees growing out of the ruins are perhaps the most distinctive feature of Ta Prohm, and have prompted more writers to “descriptive excess” than any other feature of Angkor.As of 2013, Archaeological Survey of India has restored most parts of the temple complex some of which have been constructed from scratch. Wooden walkways, platforms, and roped railings have been put in place around the site to protect the monument from further damages due to the large tourist inflow.

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Citadel of the Women’

Banteay Srei means ‘Citadel of the Women’, and it is said that it must have been built by a woman, as the elaborate carvings are supposedly too fine for the hand of a man. The art gallery of Angkor, Banteay Srei, a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva, is wonderfully well preserved and many of its carvings are three-dimensional. Banteay Srei is one of the few temples around Angkor to be commissioned not by a king but by a brahman, who may have been a tutor to Jayavarman V. Combine a visit to Banteay Srei as part of a long day-trip to the River of a Thousand Lingas at Kbal Spean and Beng Mealea.

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Largest Freshwater lake in Asia

1. Visit the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia(Tonlé Sap floating village): The largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, that contains an exceptionally large variety of interconnected eco-regions is a biodiversity hotspot and was designated as a UNESCO biosphere reserve in 1997. The lake is located about 15 km south of Siem Reap town; you can make your journey from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh by an express boat crossing the lake and dock at the village of Chong Khneas. It takes only six hours, but this trip, we may recommend you, during the Monsoon season. In the dry season the boat can sometimes get stuck in the mud because the water is low. There are several ways to see the culture and wildlife of the lake area depending on the amount of time you have and your interest. Chong Khneas is the name of the famous floating village at the edge of the lake. It’s located at the southern part of Siem Reap town about 15 km and takes only 30 minutes by vehicles to the boat dock where there are always boats waiting for visitors. The boat trip through the floating village takes approximately two hours. You will explore the different Khmer, Muslim and Vietnamese floating households and the floating markets, fisheries, clinics, schools, and even

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