Listen to the legends of Angkor Wat
When you travel to Cambodia, the best attraction to visit is Angkor Wat. Compared with the hustle and bustle of the metropolis, Angkor Wat seems particularly quiet. It has been built on a mountain for thousands of years. Here, you can view magnificent stone blocks and exquisite reliefs everywhere. It is the artistic acme of Hinduism and Buddhism. It has the mysterious Khmer smile, ancient temple with broken bricks and tiles, finely carved stone frescoes, and sky hall stacked by boulders. Everything here is an unsolved mystery, waiting for you to savor and explore.
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Unmissable Experience: A fantastic adventure in a hot air balloon brings you to take the hot air balloon in Cappadocia and explore the center of the earth in a karst cave; it also brings you to the seaside of Aegean for an unforgettable afternoon, and to enjoy the charm of Bodrum, a city of all lights, as well as to experience a romantic channel travel in Bosphorus. When you visit Turkey, it is as if you would step into the colorful world of painting and are unconsciously immersed in it.
Bayon Temple: Exploring the Smile of Khmer “Smile of Khmer” refers to a smiling Buddha head statue, which is located in the Bayon Temple. This is one of the 3 great temples in Angkor. The smile of the Buddha’s head is serene and mysterious, as if hiding the secrets that the world cannot understand. It is unique cultural attractions in the Angkor ruins. It is best to avoid the noon time when shooting photos at the Bayon Temple. The mottled boulder under the direct sunlight seems to offer no sense of perspective. In the evening, when tourists are few and the light is soft, you can often see the monks leaving one after another, which is more suitable for taking pictures.
The city of Phnom Penh Cambodia is the country’s largest urban center which features a mix of a great traditional heritage and a modern past filled with conflict. Those who’ve lived in the city have watched it grow and transform slowly into the beautiful tourist destination that it is today. Being the capital, the city maintains a great deal of quality to offer the best experience to the visitors and local population that has adapted quickly to be tourist-friendly. Phnom Penh has a number of attractions starting from Buddhist temples with ornate architectures that speak of its spiritual depth and modern resorts to pubs and night clubs for the more hip crowd that pours into the city.
You might have played the game on your phone where you have to roam around Angkor Wat and gather coins or life or points. If you could get a chance to see the real city where this historic temple lies, will you go there? Assuming your answer is yes, if you love traveling and exploring new cities. The next destination in our list is the Siem Reap, the capital city of the Seam Reap Province, Cambodia. The world knows this city as a popular resort town. Many people from around the world come to Siem Reap with a long list of things to do in Siem Reap.
Angkor Wat is a temple complex in Cambodia and is the largest religious monument in the world. The Angkor wat Park is a superb collection of ancient structures, temples religiously important to the Cambodian people and tourists who flock here from all over the globe.
Picturing beach resorts in Southeast Asia, Thailand’s Phuket, Indonesia’s Bali, and Philippines' Boracay probably come to mind. With tourists flocking to those locations, however, people who seek less populated shores must look elsewhere. White sand beaches, diving hotspots, fresh-from-the-ocean seafood, and a rapidly growing casino scene make Cambodia’s premier beach town of Sihanoukville a worthwhile destination.