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Hi does anyone have any info on riding to Cambodia. I'm currently planning on riding all the way to Angkor Wat by end 2007 as I realised that the latter is not far from the east-Thailand border. The only problem I have now is lack of information on clearing the Cambodian border sans the language barrier and the requirements I must have to cross the border when I get there (eg, visa, etc)

 

I'll be travelling on my Super 4 VtEC1. I've rode on a 3NT to the Mae Sai (Thailand-Laos) border; Golden Triangle, Mae Hon Son's 1864 curves, the peak of Doi Inthanon, Chiang Mai, to Phuket passing through the Kra of Isthmus, circled the entire West Peninsula Malaysia (riding through all the states from NSH > Gerik > east coast of Malaysia thus effectively riding from west to east coast i.e Andaman Sea to South China Sea) in a single trip during 2006 Dec holiday. Alone.

 

It was the craziest ride and I think I'm now prepared to go on my 4NT (Singapore>Malaysia>Thailand> Cambodia).

 

Does anyone have any info on Thailand-Cambodia crossing? Your help is most appreciated.

 

Thank you.

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Originally posted by neoseeker@Nov 1 2006, 02:14 AM

Hi does anyone have any info on riding to Cambodia. I'm currently planning on riding all the way to Angkor Wat by end 2007 as I realised that the latter is not far from the east-Thailand border. The only problem I have now is lack of information on clearing the Cambodian border sans the language barrier and the requirements I must have to cross the border when I get there (eg, visa, etc)

 

I'll be travelling on my Super 4 VtEC1. I've rode on a 3NT to the Mae Sai (Thailand-Laos) border; Golden Triangle, Mae Hon Son's 1864 curves, the peak of Doi Inthanon, Chiang Mai, to Phuket passing through the Kra of Isthmus, circled the entire West Peninsula Malaysia (riding through all the states from NSH > Gerik > east coast of Malaysia thus effectively riding from west to east coast i.e Andaman Sea to South China Sea) in a single trip during 2006 Dec holiday. Alone.

 

It was the craziest ride and I think I'm now prepared to go on my 4NT (Singapore>Malaysia>Thailand> Cambodia).

 

Does anyone have any info on Thailand-Cambodia crossing? Your help is most appreciated.

 

Thank you.

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Originally posted by 38C@Nov 1 2006, 11:30 AM

Why ride there when u can take a direct flight with jetstar asia?

Faster and cheaper!

 

one way ticket only cost $49

where got same the experience?! touring is one thing... travelling is another.

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Hi

 

I have never ride to cambodia b4 but like Rol13, I backpacked from thailand to cambodia through the poipet border. Yes, the road is Horrible. Can't help much with the bike related stuff but this is a very useful website for me personallly

 

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To all my biking bros, thanks for your reply. Your input has certainly been of help. :)

 

To E.V.ilyn,

I agree. This is not Back to the Future 4 :) It's Dec 2005 not 2006 hehehe.

 

To new_surfer,

Thanks for the link. It has been of real help. The link led me to an african twin touring group who had accounts in north Thailand, Cambodia and Laos even. I even get to read the exploits of 4 Singaporeans who did arrive at Angkor Wat. I believe there were riding an R1, a BMW bike, African Twin and Fazer 1000. Touring heroes in my book:) Now if I can only surmount the odds in my Super 4 alone............. :)

 

To 38C,

Touring is not about effiency to arrive at a destination. It's something more that only those who've toured can truly understand.

Challenge is the core and the mainspring of all human activity. If there's an ocean, we cross it; if there's a disease, we cure it; if there's a wrong, we right it; if there's a record, we break it; and finally, if there's a mountain, we climb it.

--James Ramesy Ullman

........ and if there's a road, I'll ride it :)

 

To moccajava,

It was 11 days in Thailand and 3 days in Malaysia. Went to Planet Motorcycle for pre-trip servicing and told them to service what was required for a long trip to Thailand and left the rest to them to inspect and change. One major problem AFTER the trip was the wire to the carburettor got overheated after 2 days back in Sing and bike cannot start. I think it was becuase on the last leg of the trip I rode 1200km from Perlis >Gerik Highway >Kota Tinggi > Cherating > JB >Singapore in the rain (watch out for the monsoon in Dec). Think the Super 4 can't handle 1000+ km in a day without plenty of rest. My average journey for all other days is between 700-800km. Oh! And I took up the ride during my term holidays. I have to give credit to the info I found here at SingaporeBikes and Simon Soh who actually pointed out what to do at North Thailand to make the ride worth it (eg, the MHS curves, Doi Inthanon, GT).

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To tarzan666,

Thanks for the link. But I think the link http://www.at-asia.org is much more informative to those going Laos and Cambodia.

 

To ROL13,

Thanks for the pics. wow! The roads are scary as hell. Seems like a scene in a post-apocalyptic world where Terminators walked the earth..... :)

And 20km/h average speed??? Wow! can really test my patience if caught in a hot day :)

 

Anyway to everyone, thanks again. I hope I can make this ride to Angkor Wat by end Dec 2007. The planning starts as early as now. I hope I can reach Angkor Wat and make it back and share with you guys the experience like what people like Simon Soh did. And hope to complete the journey in my humble Super 4 VTEC 1 :)

 

PS: pic attached is of me at the peak of Doi Inthanon, ChinagMai. One of the most meaningful pictures for me to date. Priceless :)

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I rode to Cambodia in June 2006 on my TDM900 with Boon16 (TDM900). Border crossing at Aranyaprathet (typical crossing point to Poi Pet) was quite a breeze. Supposed to do a vehicle declaration at customs but we could not find the building that they were directing so we just rode on into Cambodia. No problems encounter during and when we left cambodia.

 

Once you are on Cambodian soil, be prepared for a total change from the smooth black tarmac in Thailand. Its going to be a bumpy, sandy & dusty ride to Sisophon and then to Siem Reap (Ang Kor Wat). Be at the border well before 12noon if you want to reach Siem Reap in day light hours. The short 115km journey took us > 6hrs. The ride is going to be tough. Be prepared! We had to take a break after every hour of riding. Simply too hot and tiring. Our bikes are not the most ideal bike for such terrain. You should get a good handle bar like Pro Tapers. Service your suspension before heading there. Your suspension is going to take a toil. Secure your luggage properly and NO topbox! 100% sure fly out along that route. If I were to go again, I would take a large cc thumper XR/DR/F 650. Bridges are crossable..no problems at all during June 06. The rickety ones now have bypass by the side. Honestly it was so hard on us that we doubted we were on the right road to Siem Reap. I even toyed with the thought of loading our TDMs on the trucks passing us to hitch a ride to Siem Reap.

 

Once you reach Siem Reap, you'll know. You'll see black tarmac again :) SOP as to what to do in Siem Reap. See Ang Kor Wat of course! Depends on your personal preference on how long u wanna stay there.

 

We did not want ride the same way back to Thailand on that road again and we also wanted to visit Phnom Penh. We rode to Phnom Penh after spending 2 days in Siem Reap. Road there was fantastic-tarmac all the way.

 

On the return leg, we went south of Phnom Penh towards Kampong Som and Westwards after that towards the Thai-Cambodian Border at Ban Hat Lek (Thailand). A very senic route with multiple river crossings on their local RPL. Quite an experience I must say. Initial part is tarmac followed by hard packed dirt WITHOUT portholes like Poi Pet to Siem Reap. So much better. Be careful when negotiating turns. In between this route, there's a short stretch of very muddy road. Thick slimy mud. Can get you stuck and 'buang' non stop. Street tyres are your worst enemy. Try your very best to stick to car tracks. Even their local 4X4 trucks cannot drive a straight line through that stretch. Like drifting like that. Good luck if you are travelling by this route.

 

Once in Thailand, its like heaven. Roads are straight forward. Make sure you get a Thailand highway map (Major bookstores in Thailand) and Cambodia map (get from M-technik).

 

Try to go with another friend (NOT Pillion ah) if you can. Safer (you'll need it when you get into trouble: buang, bike problem etc) and save on accomodations. All the best for your trip and have fun. Like they say, its the journey & process. Not efficiency.

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Originally posted by ROL13@Nov 1 2006, 08:40 PM

And you need a visa to cross border, you can get it done in the cambodia embassy in singapore. And the speed of clearing custom in cambodia through thailand is very slow. Unless you queue earlier in the morning. :smile:

as of 1st jan 2006

u do no need a visa to go into cambodia (up to 30days)

 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 

i)select consular information on left side of page

ii)select Consular information for Singapore Citizens from drop-down box

iii)select visa information from drop-down box

iv)Click visa information, click disclaimer, select country of destination

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Thanks for the link. But I think the link http://www.at-asia.org is much more informative to those going Laos and Cambodia.

 

Not really lah AT-Asia more for talking c*** GT Rider much more informative

 

Wow! can really test my patience if caught in a hot day

 

Better to be hot and dry than cool and wet lah otherwise you will be stuck in the mud. Anyway since you are going in DEC it should be cool and dry.

 

Supposed to do a vehicle declaration at customs but we could not find the building that they were directing so we just rode on into Cambodia.

 

I entered by the way you exited. Customs office just next to immigration Customs officer said no need to declare anything Friendly guy who speaks French better than English.

 

Be at the border well before 12noon if you want to reach Siem Reap in day light hours

 

Best is to spend the night at Pattaya and leave by 8am Should reach d border by 10AM Pattaya to Poi Pet abt 250Km

 

 

short 115km journey took us > 6hrs

 

if i recall correctly its abt 150km SR to Sisophon abt 100Km Sisophon to Poi Pet another 50Km

 

Secure your luggage properly and NO topbox! 100% sure fly out along that route

 

Fully agreed coz mine flew off Hahaha

 

Bridges are crossable..no problems at all during June 06. The rickety ones now have bypass by the side

 

IMHO the bypasses are good only until the next wet season. Anyway the Japanese are sponsoring alot of the bridge reconstruction

 

A very senic route with multiple river crossings on their local RPL

 

U managed to cross all on RPL ? 1st 2 used RPL but last one I kena use the raft for pedestrians and bikes. Scary but good experience

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Since there isn't much information about visiting Cambodia, I've put together some answers to most people's concern about riding into Cambodia. Keep in mind that the law, currency info, and/or road conditions in Cambodia change frequently, and this update is accurate as of January 2007.

 

http://www.canbypublications.com/maps/cambodialarge.jpg

 

 

Fast Facts

 

Country Name: The Kingdom of Cambodia

 

Language: Khmer

 

Religion: Thervada Buddhism (97%), Islam, Christianity, Animism

 

Population: 13.1 million

 

Land Area: 181,035 km2

 

Voltage: 220v/50Hz

 

Time: GMT +7 hours

 

Country Calling Code: 855

 

 

Weather

November to February is the "cool season", which is dry and not too hot. In April it gets really hot, but not rainy. Starting around June it gets rainy and still hot. It rains off and on all the time, so roads are muddy and some areas are impassable, and it stays like that until November, when cool & dry comes back. Click here for today's forecast for Phnom Penh.

 

 

Money

US dollars in cash terms is best. You will get some riel as change when you spend the US dollars. One USD is about 4000 riels. There are a few places that will change travelers checks. Credit cards are not too widely accepted around.

 

 

Visa

Not required if you hold a Singapore passport. However, for other passport holders require to pay 1,000Baht (US$25) for a tourist visa or 1,500Baht (US$38) for a business visa.

 

 

International Overland Border Crossings

http://www.canbypublications.com/maps/overlandcam.jpg

 

 

Aranyaprathet/Poipet Checkpoint

Open 08:00-20:00hrs (+7 GMT)

http://www.canbypublications.com/maps/overlandsr.jpg

http://www.talesofasia.com/images/AR-POI-map-2.gif

 

 

Cham Yeam/Koh Kong Checkpoint

Open 08:00-20:00hrs (+7 GMT)

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http://www.talesofasia.com/images/HT-CY_map.jpg

 

 

Other International Overland Border Crossings

Bavet (Svay Rieng Province)

Kaam Samnor-Koh Rokar (Kandal-Prey Veng)

Cham Yeam (Koh Kong Province)

Poipet (Banteay Meanchhey Province)

O'Smach (Oddar Meanchhey Province)

Phnom Den (Takeo Province)

Dong Krolor (Stung Treng Province)

 

 

Road Conditions

 

Poipet to Sisophon (Route 5, 51km, 1hr) - This section is surfaced but quite rough in spots. A lot of big big potholes that will keep your speed below 50km/h.

 

Sisophon to Siem Reap (Route 6, 105km, 2hrs) - The first 75km is unpaved road, some are paved, while some are loose sand with plenty of red dust. Lots of broken bridges are under construction. Meanwhile, you need to divert quite a number of times. The last 30km is broken tarmac roads with plenty of potholes.

 

Sisophon to Battambang (Route 5, 68km, 1hr) - Nice tarmac roads. Beware of some 4x4 drivers who honk their way through at speed of over 100km/h.

 

Siem Reap to Kg Thom (Route 6, 147km, 2hrs) - Nice tarmac roads. Smooth journey.

 

Kg Thom to Phnom Penh (Route 6-6A-5, 168km, 2hrs) - Nice tarmac roads on most of the roads. Traffic begins to build up when within 10km of the Phnom Penh vicinity. Has a bike lane across the Japanese bridge over the Tonle Sap.

 

Phnom Penh to Phnom Chisor (Route 2, 52km, 1.5hrs) - Tricky road if you decided to head from the Killing Fields to Phnom Chisor as the narrow offroad trail is being divided by a river. I managed to detour and find a bridge to get to the other side and head back to the tarmac road on Route 2 South to Phnom Chisor after that.

 

Phnom Penh to Kep (Route 3-31-33, 164km, 2hrs) - New tarmac roads along Route 31 and Route 33 with beautiful scenaries... More breathtaking once u reach the beach of Kep. It has a hill on the left and the road is bordered by the sea on the right.

 

Kep to Kampot (Route 33, 25km, 20mins) - Narrow roads with a couple of bridge crossings that are underway.

 

Kampot to Sihanoukville (Route 3-4, 132km, 1.5hrs) - Great tarmac road leading to Cambodia's premier beach area. Has a toll plaza along the way, but its free for bikes anyway!

 

Sihanoukville to Koh Kong (Route 4-48, 239km, 4hrs) - This is the most interesting part of the ride in Cambodia as it comprises of 4 river crossings. Pretty smooth tarmac roads (about 87km) from Sihanoukville till the turn off into Sre Ambel. From Sre Ambel to 1st river crossing is made of hard compact soil/gravel. At the 1st river crossing, the platform is connected by 2 small boats and you ride onto a narrow plank to get onto the platform. Construction of the bridge looks like its more than 60% done. Road from the 1st river to the 2nd river has nice compact soil/gravel and the 2nd river crossing is on a similar platform like the 1st river crossing.

 

Here comes the fun part. The paths from the 2nd river to 3rd river is fun if you are on a dirt bike. Lots of road works along the way, with loose soil/mud along the way. Dusty red sand everywhere as well. At the 3rd river crossing, its on a big boat, where bikes cross with cars/trucks and you need not balance on narrow planks to get on the boat. Similarly, the path from the 3rd to 4th river is a little challenging, with up/down slopes on loose soil/gravels. Can see that road works are on the way, and should complete by end of the year. Also, at the 4th river crossing, the big boat sends the bikes & cars/trucks together across.

 

After crossing the main bridge from Koh Kong to the Khlong Yai border, there is a toll plaza and bikes need to pay 1200 Riels. Its about a couple of minutes away from the border .

 

 

Travel Guides / News / Magazines

 

Tales of Asia - The most updated & comprehensive guide to Cambodia

http://www.talesofasia.com/

 

Travel Guides & Tourist Reviews

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Asia/...e-Cambodia.html

 

Canby Publications Travel Guide

http://www.canbypublications.com/

 

Comprehensive Guide to the Angkor Temples

http://www.canbypublications.com/siemreap/srtemples.htm

 

Bayon Pearnik - Cambodia's Tourism & Infomation Magazine

http://www.bayonpearnik.com/

 

Cambodia Travel Tips

http://www.garella.com/rich/travcam.htm

 

Cambodia Pocket Guide

http://www.cambodiapocketguide.com/

 

Cambodia Online - Cambodia's Gateway Portal

http://www.cambodianonline.net/

 

The Phnom Penh Guide

http://www.phnom-penh.biz/restonet/pp/annu...endocument&l=gb

 

Info on Sihanoukville

http://www.sihanoukville-info.com/

 

Best of Cambodia

http://www.bestofcambodia.com/

 

The Cambodian Scene Magazine:

http://www.cambodianscene.com/

 

 

Motorbiking in Cambodia

 

Golden Triangle Riders

http://www.gt-rider.com/

 

Adventure Rider Forum

http://www.advrider.com/

 

Dancing Roads

http://www.dancingroads.com/index.html

 

Voyage Vietnam

http://www.voyagevietnam.net/eng/38.php

 

Hidden Cambodia Adventure Tours

http://www.hiddencambodia.com/

 

Cambodia Red Raid Motorcycle Tours

http://www.motorcycletourscambodia.com/

 

The Motorcycle Shop in Cambodia - Rental & Repair

http://www.motorcyclecambodia.com/

 

Angkor Dirt Bike Tours

http://www.toursintheextreme.com/

 

Cambodia Expeditions

http://www.cambodiaexpeditions.com/

 

Motorcycle And Motorbike Rental, Hire And Tours in Cambodia

http://www.ridetheworld.com/98_Cambodia.html

 

Cambodia Motorcycle Tours

http://www.ecosea.com/eco/HTM/Cambodia%20M...cle%20Tours.htm

 

 

Field Reports and Blogs

 

http://www.pauche.blogspot.com/

 

http://cambodia.mellenthin.de/

 

http://www.horizonsunlimited.com/tstories/everett/

 

http://www.cafecaliforniaphnompenh.com/motorcycle.htm

 

http://trip-reports.blogspot.com//

 

http://cardrona.spaces.live.com/

 

 

Maps

 

http://www.canbypublications.com/maps/maphome.htm

 

http://www.cambodianonline.net/homemapsgallery.htm

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#1 - At the Aranyaprathet/Poipet border

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#2 - Plenty of casinos between Thailand & Cambodia, on the no-man's land

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#3 - Route 5 from Poipet to Sisophon...... very dusty roads

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#4 - Stung Sangker in Battambang

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#5 - Battambang Town..... lots of French architect

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#6 - Phsar Nath is the landmark in the centre of the town

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#7 - Road conditions in Battambang

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#8 - Ta Dambong statue

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#9 - Dusty leaves at the lake

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#10 - Off the beaten track

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#11 - Stairs leading to Phnom Sampeau

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#12 - These are skulls and bones of "Killing Cave" victims

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#13 - At the top of Phnom Sampeau, it has a stunning view of Battambang Town

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#14 - Plenty of road diversions along Route 6 from Sisophon to Siem Reap

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#15 - Bridge crossings are one-way only

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#16 - Topping up gas at a manual pump station

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#17 - First sight of Angkor Wat

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#18 - Very very steep stairs to the top

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#19 - Fine carvings on the temple walls

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#20 - Banteay Kdei

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#21 - Face of Banteay Kdei

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#22 - Amazing trees at Ta Prohm

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#23 - Phimeanakas

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#24 - Terrace of Leper King

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#25 - Sunset view from Phnom Bakheng

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#26 - After sunset, the view is even more breath-taking!

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#27 - Lovely sunrise behind Angkor Wat

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#28 - Golden rays on Banteay Srey

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#29 - Pre Rup

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#30 - Inside Pre Rup

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#31 - Photo classic at Ta Som

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#32 - Preah Khan

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#33 - Full of carvings at Preah Khan

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#34 - Faces of Bayon in Angkor Thom

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#35 - My bike in Angkor Wat

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#36 - Floating store at Tonle Sap

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#37 - Chong Khenas floating village at the Tonle Sap

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#38 - Independence Monument in Phnom Penh

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#39 - Royal Palace

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#40 - Silver Pagoda

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#41 - National Museum

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#42 - Toul Sleng Genocide Museum (former S21 prison)

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#43 - Victims of the Khmer rougue

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#44 - Russian Market

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#45 - Sunrise at the Tonle Sap & Mekong River mouth at Sisowath Quay

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#46 - Choeung Ek Memorial killing fields

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#47 - Skulls at the Choeung Ek Memorial killing fields

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#48 - Tonle Bati.... popular lake for the locals

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#49 - Beautiful lake with beautiful flowers

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#50 – Climbed 503 steps to get up to Phnom Chisor

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#51 - Living conditions in Phnom Penh

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#52 - Krong Kep

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#53 - Sunset at Koh Tonsai (Rabbit Island)

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#54 - No rabbits on Rabbit Island.....

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#55 - It's animal kingdom here!

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#56 - Babe!

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#57 - Isn't he cute????

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#58 - Guesthouse on Koh Tonsai

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#59 - Clean waters at Koh Tonsai

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#60 - Entrance to Bokor Mountains

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#61 - Ochheuteal Beach at Sihanoukville

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#62 - Cars cross the rivers on this platform

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#63 - Motorbikes cross on this platform at the 2nd river

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#64 - 3rd river crossing is on a huge RPL

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#65 - 4th river crossing is also on a huge RPL

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#66 - Bridge works over the 1st river is about 60-70% completed

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#67 - Bridge works at the 2nd river crossing just started not long ago

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#68 - Bridge works at the 3rd river crossing has just begun too

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#69 - Bridge at the 4th river crossing will soon be completed

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#70 - Road works along the way.... muddy, sandy, pebble-ly!

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