I will be there in just over a week, is it very muddy at the moment around the temples? What footwear is recommended? I'm not sure if I should take boots as I'll probably feel to hot in them.
Has anyone recently travelled from Siem Reap or Kratie to Don Det and southern Laos? Any advice regarding overland transport options and the border crossing very much appreciated. Thank you.
would like to get the latest info about the indian visa issued in phnom phen
according there website they say you can get 6 mnd tourist visa
can someone who went there not too long ago tell me more about this
yes /no 6 mnd tourist visa or more?
im planning to go to cambodia soon
and at the same time try to get indian visa when im there
please soon a good update about this
Hi, I'm soon to travel in Cambodia with my young daughter. Can anyone tell me what the terrain is like at the Killing Fields and Angkor Wat - I am not planning on taking our buggy with us as its too big and and I believe most of the time conditions would be unsuitable.... but I was wondering about taking just a cheap lightweight umbrella stroller which we can carry around very easily just to give us a break from the front/back pack when we can (eg airports & the like). Just wondering if…
Wow. What an adventure. I left Sikhiu in Nakhon Ratchasima province (where I lived and taught English for a semester)on Wed Oct 1, 2014 and got to Korat Bus Terminal around noon that day. The bus to Kantharalak would depart at 2pm but it was 10 to 3 when it actually departed. The entire bus, save for 3 civilians including me, was full of Thai soldiers. When I got to Kantharalak just before 9 pm, I was greeted by a light show of a carnival adjacent to the bus terminal. It was bizarre that this…
Would it feasible to drive around Cambodia on a rented car? Would be very grateful to hear from those who have done it. Thanks a lot!
(We have driven in Sri Lanka, Morocco and Bali, so very little should be able to faze us.)
I have a few days to check out the temples and would like to be close to a popular area. I like to stay away late at night so noise isn't really a problem. Just looking for cool/funky/fun hotel in the Siem Reap area. Not really interested in staying at a hostel. I did that circuit a few decades ago and had a lot of fun, but those days are behind me. :)