CAMBODIA: ANGKOR WAT, PREAH VIHEAR AND BEYOND – TAASA Review March 2013

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This article was originally found in the March 2013 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 22, Issue 1, Page 18).

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28 October ­ 14 November 2013 Angkor and Preah Vihear, temples of immense historical and political significance for the Khmers, possess a timeless grandeur and generate unforgettable travel memories.

Yet Cambodia offers a host of other important cultural and travel experiences: outstanding ancient,vernacular and French colonial architecture; spectacular riverine environments; the ongoing revitalisation of Phnom Penh; interesting cuisine and beautiful countryside.

Expatriate museologist, author, Siem Reap resident and TAASA contributor Darryl Collins and Gill Green, President of TAASA, art historian and author specialising in Cambodian culture have designed and co-host this longstanding annual program. Land Only cost per person twinshare ex Phnom Penh $4900 To register your interest, reserve a place or for further information contact Ray Boniface ...