Back again everyone, been away for a while. Just got back from an amazing trip around Cambodia. As I travelled around I found that the people are really nice and they welcome you with open arms into their Country. Obviously when I was there we had to go and see the famous Angkor Wat which is one of the Seven Wonders of the World ticked off the list. When we got there we hired a Khmer tour guide to take us around the temples and explain the history in what happened back then and why. It was said that when the sculptures where carving the Khmer dancers into the temple walls, if they chipped the carving, they would have their hands cut off into stubs so they can never work again. It was a brutal world back in the day.
Then after this Cambodia has endless amounts of tours to offer country wide it literally don’t stop. Some examples are, Waterfalls, Temples, Caves, Diving, boat trips, off-roading, mountains, I could literally go on all day. The mountains and waterfalls where my favourite apart from the temples, they were very scenic and much cooler conditions. I visited an island named “Koh rong” and the beaches where just exquisite, perfect white sand with cool clear blue seas, what more could you ask for. But personally seeing Angkor Wat is worth the trip all the way to Cambodia, or if you’re close by I would recommend for you to check it out. You must remember that Cambodia is not like going to Japan or Main city China, Cambodia is a very relaxed and slow going 3rd world Country. Which leads to the worst part of Cambodia, it has to be the public transport or just transport in general is terrible.