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Travel to Cambodia

A comprehensive budget travel guide to traveling around Cambodia with tips and advice on things to do, see, ways to save money, and cost information.

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Hinda: driving the tuk-tuk for a living

“I’m Hinda, I drive the tuk-tuk in Siem Reap. My job is to drive tourists around the temple. Sometimes I start working at sunrise. I think there are around...

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Angkor Thom

Thick jungle, temples, nature towering over ancient constructions, carved stones, heat, humidity. It really looks like the perfect place to film a movie, and what a...

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Babel Siem Reap: living the Cambodian dream

“I’m Juan and I’m Spanish. I traveled to Cambodia six years ago with my French girlfriend and my Italian friend. We wanted to create an NGO. We all used to...

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Village at midday

“We drive down the National Highway 6, the street that runs from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. There are dozens of villages along the road. Since it’s 12 a.m., we decide...

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Deep – fried spiders market

“Spiderville: this is how Skoun was named because of its market selling deep-fried tarantulas. They’re like any other crunchy snack served in small bags. People here...

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A big small lunch

“It’s time for lunch at the Khan Khang Orphanage, a big small lunch. It’s like a “party”. The children come out to eat in their cafeteria, which...

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