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An experience we will never forget
March 24, 2012

HELLO CAMBODIA!

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Welcome to the Kingdom of Wonders! Once known as Khmer Kingdom or Khmer Empire, Cambodia is establishing itself as a world's top destination. Through all ups and downs of a turbulent history, Khmer Empire splendor is still shining today for the world to savor. Angkor Wat has become the symbol and soul of Cambodia for its architectural grandeur and spiritual significance. The archeological complex proves aesthetic sophistication and intellectual power of an ancient civilization that is unmatched by any other wonder.

 

Cambodia is little known for its pristine nature with lush tropical jungles, idyllic lakes and gorgeous beaches. Local laid back lifestyle also makes a key appeal, especially for those who are escaping the rush.

Overview

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Cambodia is among the oldest civilizations and also richest in cultural heritage of the world. Awe-inspiring ancient temples, mighty river, deserted beaches and remote forest, the country will stir your imagination of wonder.

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History

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Like most Asian countries, Cambodia also has a turbulent modern history in contrast to a peaceful past. Below are the most important milestones in recent Cambodia history:

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Geography

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The geography of Cambodia is shaped by the Mekong River (Khmer: Tonle Thom or Great River) and the Tonle Sap (river of fresh water), the main fishery resource. Cambodia is situated at low altitude that the country is largely at or below the level of the rivers. In the rainy season, the current is reversed and the Mekong River flows into the Tonle Sap Lake which greatly increases its surface area.

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Climate

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Like any tropical country, Cambodia has two seasons: winter (November-March) and summer (May to October). The first is relatively dry (with a temperature around 25-30 ° C) and the second is very hot (up to 35 ° C) and humid (short downpours late in the day and floods are commonly expected).
November to March is the best time to visit Cambodia.

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Religions

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Cambodia adopted Indian religions from the first century. Hinduism was first predominant. Theravada Buddhism (form himayana or Mini) is since the fourteenth century, although the king Jayavarman VII adopted Mahayana Buddhism (Great Vehicle) in the twelfth century. Most Cambodians are Theravada Buddhists (96% of the population, state religion), the country also has a Muslim Cham population (2%), some tribes in mountainous areas and a Christian community (1%).

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Cambodian best food

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Amok trey - This is probably Cambodia's most well-known dish amongst tourists. However, there are similar dishes found in neighbouring countries, notably Mekong Delta Vietnam.

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