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The hassle, especially in Phnom Penh, is awful and tuk tuk drivers wait outside your hostel to offer you hookers and meth at all hours.
The jury is out on Sihanoukville (Cambodia's original beach destination). Just a line of beach bars all offering pretty much the same thing.
km, most dense forested area, Angkor contains the spectacular remains of several capitals of the Khmer Empire dating from the 9th to the 15th century. The most popular and largest temples are Angkor Wat at Angkor Thom and the Bayon Temple with its many faces looking like something straight out of Tomb Raider.
Equally popular are temples where huge trees have grown on and in the stonework enveloping it in roots.
To get the best out of Angkor you'll really need to find some space away from the big crowds and tour groups.
This can be done by getting up early (it opens at five) and avoiding the famous temples and peak times as well as heading to outlying areas.
The Big Circuit, taking in major sites north and further out east.
Tuk-Tuks, motorbikes or cars with drivers are the most popular options from US-30 a day (cheaper for motorbikes).
Indochina, or French Indochina, was a federation of French colonies and protectorates. Once - and during the period Vietnam/Laos was opening to travelers and Cambodia was become safe to visit - the stomping group for experienced travellers and trailbazers, it is now easy to travel.
It consisted of Cochin China, Tonkin, Annam (all of which now form Vietnam), Laos and the Khmer Republic (now Cambodia). Regular flights from Bangkok can carry you to parts that would before take days to reach and there is a well established traveler route.
There is literary tonnes of information regarding visiting Angkor on the internet and in loads of details. Today access is easy with direct flights and a booming Asian travel.
More than two million foreign visitors come to Angkor each year and these number will only increase with more Chinese traveling.
The most iconic, biggest and frequently pictured (shown above and on the national flag) is Angkor Wat.