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Hopefully, as you begin to read this article we’ve written on Cambodia, you’re already taken a moment to read our overview and introductory article on Southeast Asia River cruising along with our facts on Vietnam (Check out our Destination Overview of Vietnam's Ha Long Bay!) If not, take a quick moment and start there as it will bring everything about a Mekong River cruise into the proper perspective and covers the region whereas we are talking more specifically here about Vietnam and Cambodia. View all Cambodia Mekong river cruises in the cruisGENIE™ Cruise Chart below.

As we also mentioned in the the Vietnam article, most of us are old enough to remember all the pain of Vietnam and Cambodian conflicts. Well, when you visit the emerging areas of Vietnam and Cambodia you will see many reminders of the long conflict, but like Japan the local inhabitants have moved on and while they too have memories, they are truly focused on the future and Americans are a vital part of that future and their tourism efforts. And, as we also mentioned, the people are flat out some of the warmest and friendliest we have met in our many years of travel.

Okay, we’ve talked about how cool it is to now visit Vietnam, but what about the even lesser known Cambodia? Ever wanted to fire a rocket launcher or ride an elephant, maybe visit the vast temples of Angkor Wat or shop for some of the best silver jewelry found anywhere, this along with more “smiling faces” and more await you on your visit to Cambodia. Click HERE to continue reading article below.

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12Cruise & LandFascinating Vietnam, Cambodia & Mekong
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In doing our research we found that today’s Cambodia actually can be traced back to the 1st-century, but we really don’t have the time to go that far back. To say Cambodia has a rather violent past would be a mild understatement, but you probably remember the more modern regimes of the dictator, Pol Pot and the equally devastating Khmer rouge and their notorious “killing fields” from the early 70’s. The good news is that’s all in the past and today’s vibrant Cambodia is a Constitutional Monarchy and is one of Southeast Asia’s fastest and most demanded tourist attractions — much like China was in the late 80’s.

During your stay you will be able to experience the three most requested areas of the country; it’s capital, Phnom Penh [funny story to follow], in the northwest, the incredible Siem Reap and of course, the “mind-blowing” temples of Angkor Wat which truly should be considered one of the world’s great man-made wonders.

The funny story is about the capital city of Phnom Penh which as the story goes was founded by a rich old lady named Penh, who built up her own private sanctuary on the hill called “Wat Phnom Daun Penh” which loosely translated means “Old Lady Penh’s Pagoda.” In 1434 the King, Ponheea Yat, tore down the sanctuary, removed the “old lady” and claimed it as his new capital. Oh well, at least it was a quiet insurrection.

Today’s Phnom Penh, is a vibrant, bustling city that lies on the banks of the Mekong, the Tonle Sap and the Bassac. Despite the civil wars of the recent decades, the city retains its traditional and French colonial charm. French style colonial villas along tree-lined boulevards remind the visitor that the city was once considered the gem of South East Asia. Given the story we just told you do make sure you visit the picture perfect Royal Palace which is now nearby the site of the “old lady’s” original sanctuary. It may be one of the most photographed buildings in all of Asia. Wat Phnom, the original site is now a beautiful park area and well worth a stroll through if you free time permits. One of the other sites we really enjoyed was the Silver Pagoda that was constructed in 1892 and restored by Prince Norodom Sihanouk in the early 1960’s. It’s extraordinary in how they use silver in such an ornate fashion. If shopping is on your mind, try the Central Market for everything from inexpensive works of silver to 1000 year old eggs. Make sure you allow time to enjoy a local lunch among all the street vendors that are nearby, food is sensational, most speak enough English to inform you of what you will be enjoying, and it’s just great fun.   




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