Photo from a Phnom Penh market stall selling pretty colorful bracelets.. This is an entry to Cambodia Snapshots series and Wordless Wednesday.
I’ve been clearing out and organizing my photo archives when I came across one folder full of photographs from Kep. All taken on our last trip there two months ago. Dear me, I forgot to blog about it! Got to do a review of some places there… For now I’m sharing this lovely shot of […]
I would say this is one of my favorite part of the Angkor Archaeological Park in Siem Reap. The gate to Angkor Thom City where you can find some major temples inside like the Bayon.
Today’s very serene looking Cambodia Snapshots entry.. Khmer style wooden huts. Picnic area, Cambodian Cultural Village Siem Reap Cambodia
Phnom Penh’s tourist lane – Sisowath Quay. This riverside promenade runs side by side with Tonle Sap river on one side and a busy, crammed street full of restaurants, hotels, bars,cafes etc. Its a busy busy street and its where most tourists and expats converge. Early morning and afternoon turns this place into a group […]
Today’s Cambodia Snapshots entry.. One of Phnom Penh’s landmarks – Wat Phnom. And aside from the shrines, wat and museum in this place, another thing of interest is this ginormous clock embedded on the ground. This thing is also illuminated at night, but I have yet to take photos of that. For now, we’ll have […]
Cambodia Snapshots series features the National Bank of Cambodia in Siem Reap City. And yes, its bathed in pink hues. The National Bank of Cambodia has some very interesting buildings. The one here in Phnom Penh is covered in pink-purple hue. It’s not garish looking, in fact I think its pretty and unusual. Banks make […]
An entry to my Cambodia Snapshots series. Phnom Chisor, Takeo is just a few hours drive from Phnom Penh and one of the main features of this ‘mountain’ temple is a reclining Buddha. I kinda like this place. Not very touristy and you get the feeling that its so remote. But its not really. The […]