CAMBODIA: ANGKOR WAT AND BEYOND – TAASA Review June 2008
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This article was originally found in the June 2008 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 17, Issue 2, Page 24).
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In conjunction with Australian Museum Members 02 November 19 November 2008 With Angkor as its capital, the Khmer empire ruled over what is now central and southern Viet Nam, southern Laos, Thailand and part of the Malay Peninsula.
Angkor’s colossal ruins are the major reason people come to view the empire’s remnants.
Yet Cambodia offers much more including outstanding ancient and French colonial architecture, spectacular riverine environments, a revitalising capital and beautiful countryside...