Angkor, the ancient capital of the powerful Khmer Empire, is one of the archaeological gems of Asia and the spiritual and cultural heart of Cambodia. All aspects of visiting this ‘wonder of the world’ are covered in this guide written by a leading Southeast Asia expert. It includes highlights of Cambodia illustrated with colour photography, comprehensive background information on ancient and modern history, culture and politics, the latest visa information and entry requirements, coverage of the exciting minority districts of Cambodia’s remote northwest and valuable information on newly opened overland routes from Thailand, unique colour maps to help plan the trip
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Dear Fellow Traveller thank you for checking out the Cambodia Handbook. Footprint are an independent British publisher (based in Bath). We specialise in providing travellers with guide books that are second to none in terms of accuracy, recency and especially coverage. You will find that most of our guides are simply the most comprehensive availble with in-depth information on history, culture and customs as well as practical travel information. Our major titles are updated ANNUALLY to ensure you have the best information to hand. If there are no reviews for this particular title we recommend you check out the reader reviews on the Peru and South American Handbooks which give a good flavour of how useful our guides are. You might like to know that we also publish Laos, Thailand and Vietnam Handbooks and an extremely useful general guide to travelling: The Traveller's Handbook. Finally, whichever guidebook you choose, we would like to wish you an exciting, illuminating and above all enjoyable trip! Best wishes FootprintAbout the Author:
Joshua was born in India, brought up in Hong Kong and has spent the last two decades studying and working in the countries of Southeast Asia. John is an English writer living in Vietnam. Since 1991 he has been a frequent visitor to Cambodia. He is particularly fascinated by, and has thoroughly enjoyed travelling to those parts of Cambodia that were previously 'no-go zones' – areas as yet largely unexplored by outsides but full of interest.
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Book Description Passport Books, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2nd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0658000675