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For students of history and students of life, it’s moving to visit Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, among the physical ruins of the distant past and the personal ones of...
To quote the renowned historian Alan Morehead, "Anyone who can go to Angkor-Wat and does not is mad."
A fascinating mix of tradition and contemporary life, 1,200-year-old Kyoto has a wealth of Japanese culture, including some 2,000 temples and shrines.
A designated Unesco World Heritage site, Laos' former royal capital has stunning ancient temples.
DAY 1 —ANGKOR TEMPLES AND SIEM REAP SHOPPING Nearby hotels: Amansara and Park Hyatt Siem Reap MORNING Put on your walking shoes to explore Angkor Archeological Park, the 164 square...
Vibe: Understated, personal, designer chic At a Glance: Harvard-trained architect Bill Bensley found his experience at this hotel-meets-social enterprise so moving that he upgraded the humble 18-room inn into a...
Vibe: Khmer chic, urban, retreat At a Glance: Originally opened in 2006 as Hotel de la Paix and recently reincarnated under the Park Hyatt banner, this stylish address sits at...
Brunch has not made its mark on Siem Reap but that may change with this riverside cafe run by Australian sisters Cassie and Lauren Gravett. The two-story eatery takes full...
Each year, travelers flock to Siem Reap to visit the famed temple complex of Angkor Wat. But despite the destination’s popularity amongst the cultured jet set, Cambodia remains one of...
There are two types of trips of a lifetime: the essential and the elective. The first kind are the ones you practically have to take in order to be an...
Land mine victims-turned-artisans spin silk thread into coveted Khmer inspired textiles at Weaves of Cambodia, which is located a three-hour drive from Angkor Wat (along the hotly disputed Thai-Cambodia border)....
Indagare member J.O. recently returned from a trip to Cambodia with her husband and two friends. Here are her impressions from the trip. We stayed at the Amansara in Siem...
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