Thirty-four hours of travelling, four plane rides and a 20 minute motorcycle drive will put you in front of one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, Cambodia’s Angkor Wat.
Discovered just over 100 years ago this majestic, archeological site lies deep in the jungles of northern Cambodia, surrounded by trees, mountains and water. It was built in the early 12th century by the Khmer people and was spread over 400 kilometres. Although the wooden houses and palaces have long disappeared, the stunning array of stone temples still stands and covers an area of 77 square kilometres.
There are about 70 awe-inspiring temples in the complex and each one transports visitors into an enchanting and mysterious world. For six centuries Angkor was the capital of Cambodia and the ce