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Coming up, and based on some 15 years of leading tours to Cambodia’s UNESCO World Heritage site; a few small tips and suggestions on how to optimise your Angkor visit. Firstly though one very big tip! Try and time your visit for the low season. The awesome, often jungle-clad, temples in Western Cambodia are obviously today a huge draw and…

A selection of superb Cambodia photographs from Gary Latham taken on his recent Images of Indochina photographic tour of Vietnam and Cambodia. So, without further a-do…..all images by Gary and comments by All Points East. (Please note that for the purposes of speed and space the images’ resolution have been reduced so apologies for any loss of quality!) Unusual star-lit…

Can’t go wrong really with giant roots and towering trees, mysterious carvings and jungle-clad ruins so here’s another selection of photos of Preah Khan and Ta Prom temples in Cambodia’s Angkor temple complex, taken on our recent Saigon to Angkor Overland small group tour. Preah Khan, as with the more high profile Ta Prom, is a late 12th century Buddhist…

A few, we thought, interesting images of the monks during a ceremony at the partially ruined, but still active, Buddhist shrine Wat Preah Ang Kok Thlok just opposite the SW corner of Bayon Temple at Angkor. Very Southeast Asian, very iconic scene with the ruined temple, giant Buddha statue and all the saffron clad monks but feeling slightly intrusive we…