CAMBODIA: ANGKOR WAT AND BEYOND – TAASA Review September 2012
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This article was originally found in the September 2012 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 21, Issue 3, Page 19).
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29 October 15 November 2012 Angkor’s timeless grandeur is unmissable.
Yet Cambodia offers a host of other important cultural and travel experiences: outstanding ancient, vernacular and French colonial architecture; spectacular riverine environments; a revitalising urban capital in Phnom Penh; interesting cuisine and beautiful countryside.
Gill Green, President of TAASA, art historian and author specialising in Cambodian culture; and Darryl Collins, prominent Australian expatriate university lecturer, museum curator, and author who has lived and worked in Cambodia for over twenty years, have designed and co-host this longstanding annual program. Land Only cost per person twinshare ex Phnom Penh $4600 ...