F AR E W E LL TO ROS E M ARI E DO W E – TAASA Review June 2011


This article was originally found in the June 2011 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 20, Issue 2, Page 28).

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Travel with TAASA Cambodia: Angkor Wat and Beyond With Gill Green and Darryl Collins 30 October ­ 16 November 2011 With Angkor as its capital, the Khmer empire ruled over what is now central and southern Vietnam, southern Laos, Thailand and part of the Malay Peninsula.

Angkor’s superb ruins are the major reason travellers come to view the great empire’s remnants.

Yet Cambodia offers travellers a host of other experiences, including the legacy of outstanding ancient and French colonial architecture, spectacular riverine environments, a revitalising Phnom Penh and beautiful countryside...