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Starting with a detailed introduction to Cambodia's rich culture and long and sometimes troubled history, this book then explores in-depth each of the country's regions, including the capital district of cosmopolitan Phm Penh, the scenic and remote eastern province of Mondulkiri, and the white-sand beaches fronting the Gulf of Thailand around Sihaukville. Special detailed features and sidebars give comprehensive information on topics ranging from the famous freshwater Irrawady dolphins and the floating villages of Chong Kneas to Cambodia's terrible legacy of war, the deadly landmine. In addition, the book features more than half a dozen detailed guided tours, by all means of transport, including a tuk-tuk (motorized rickshaw) tour of Phm Penh; a boat tour on the Tonle Sap river, home of a unique ecosystem; a drive along the unparalled Angkor temple circuit; and, a walk through the town of Siem-Reap's temples and traditional artisan shops. Whether you're planning to tour the stunning Silver Pagoda in Phm Penh, join a bicycle ride across the whole country, or watch the sunrise over the the massive stones of Angkor Wat, National Geographic Traveler: Cambodia has everything you need to make your trip a memorable one.
Trevor Ranges is an accomplished writer with contributions to several guidebooks to Thailand and Laos, as well as many web-published works on travel accommodations around Southeast Asia.