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The Beauty of Banteay Srei

After a long hike from Phnom Kulen, we backtracked a bit to the final stop of this journey: Banteay Srei. You would wonder why people would even attempt to travel this far just to visit this temple, but after seeing … Continue reading

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Phnom Kulen: Hiking in my Converse shoes

When I was given my itinerary, I was told that we were going to go to the outskirts to see the waterfalls and the River of Thousand Lingas in Phnom Kulen. It was until the third day that it occurred … Continue reading

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Siem Reap: Tales of the Temples

I was not prepared, to be honest. I booked my flight to Cambodia months ahead, but I was not able to make an itinerary, which I later realized was a mistake on my part, and to a certain extent made … Continue reading

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Staring at the Sun at the Angkor Wat

I was initially against the thought of doing a “sunrise” on the first day as I needed rest since I have not had much sleep on my first night. However, I cannot really complain because I only have three days … Continue reading

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Cambodia: Conquering the Fear of Traveling Alone

Last October, I set out on an adventure to Cambodia… alone. It was a reward to myself for making it to five years in the company I was working for and for being the last person standing in our batch. … Continue reading

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