4 Best places And The most interesting to visit in Cambodia

#1 Angkor

Angkor Wat is a great cultural treasures for mankind in general and this is the special properties of the Khmer people also, the other hand,This UNESCO World Heritage site is by far Cambodia’s, if not Southeast Asia’s, largest tourist attraction.By famous Angkor, That is,every year thousands of visitors traveling to north of Siem Reap to visit the magnificent remains of the capitals of the Khmer Empire, dating from the ninth century .More Reading

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angkor, In cambodia

#2 Siem Reap

The Siem Reap, The named one of provinces in cambodia , That is one , there are many places for tour, Siem Reap has developed into a tourist hub over recent years .That is , Siem Reap part of special tour places ,Siem Reap the capital city of Siem Reap Province in northwestern Cambodia, and a popular resort town as the gateway to Angkor region.Read next

Siem Reap International Airport

#3 Sihanoukville

Sihanoukville, is a very nice beach area of Cambodia, if you want to receive fresh air from the sea, you can come Cambodia and travel to Preah Sihanouk province and then met the most beautiful beach in the world, not only, you can also taste great sea food delicious cook by Khmer people’s work. More Reading


sokha-beachSource : sokhahotels.com

#4 : Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

You sure as ever heard, and about the draft, which was mass murder in Cambodia, just passed not long this so that people Khmer than 3,000,000 people have been killed very harsh during Amended then. Has been known to fit the Pol Pot (Khmer Rouge regime) Now just want to show one of the many places for torture, as well as a place violently killed Just outside Phnom Penh lies one of the largest mass graves sites in Cambodia, where it is estimated over one million Cambodians were executed during the Khmer Rouge regime.This place is named Tuol Sleng. Now a day, called ,Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.

More detail :wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuol_Sleng_Genocide_Museum