Elephants are a common sight in Cambodia and can even be seen walking down the roads in Siem Reap. Take a tour on one, but sometimes, they are more majestic seen walking down the roads. Watch the cars get out of their way.
Built in the late 12th or early 13th century, the Bayon Temple complex is one of the most striking of the Khmer Ankor temples. The temple is extremely busy during the day, so late afternoon or early morning is easily the best time to visit.
Banteay Srei is a 10th century temple dedicated to Hindu god Shiva. Built of red sandstone, the rock has led itself to the stunning carvings that have made this temple complex famous. Enjoy all my Cambodia daily photos.
Still to this day, rice is the staple grain of Cambodia and the rest of southeast Asia. All across Cambodia, one looks into the fields and comes to expect people wrapped up against the sun’s harsh glare harvesting the rice paddies.
Leaning against the gate of the Khmer ruins, is the shadow of a little Cambodian girl. Sometimes the best shots are the ones you don’t even know you captured.