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Cambodia is one of the most popular destinations in southeast asia, high on many bucket lists around the world. It’s time lớn discover cambodia.

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If you want khổng lồ explore Southeast Asia, it would be a mistake to skip the incredible nation of Cambodia. Nestled between Thái Lan, Laos and Vietnam giới, & boasting the xanh waters of the Gulf of Vương Quốc Nụ Cười on one side, Cambodia is conveniently located in the heart of the region.
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Best known as both the home page of the colossal temples of Angkor Wat and for the brutal Khmer Rouge era of the 1970s & later civil war, Cambodian history encompasses both some of humanity's greademo artistic accomplishments và most horrific deeds.
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If you want to lớn explore Southeast Asia, it would be a mistake lớn skip the incredible nation of Cambodia.
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Salty, sweet, spicy and sour, Cambodian cuisine has all bases covered. The nation is trang chủ to a bounty of seafood & fresh, fragrant produce, which features prominently in soups, curries, stir-fries & salads. The complex spice blkết thúc kroeung features in many Cambodian foods.

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The Cambodian capital is known for both its beautiful architecture, both ancient và from French colonial times, as well as its recent violent history.
A landlocked mountainous country, studded with temples, covered with jungles. The laidbaông chồng feel of Laos and the relative sầu lachồng of westernized development make it an attractive sầu for many visitors; it is probably the most ‘authentic’ of the Indochinese nations.
Cambodia might be one of South East Asia’s smallest countries, but it is superlative sầu in stature. Though the nation was brought to lớn its knees under Pol Pot's destructive sầu regime in the 1970s, it has recovered sufficiently khổng lồ become one of the highlights of South East Asia.

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The flavors of Khmer cuisine are bold, rich, và surprisingly different from the well-known dishes of its neighbors. The food is heartier than typically delicate Vietnamese cuisine, and not nearly as sweet & spicy as Thai food, but Chinese and Indian influences are also evident in the curries và stir-fries. Below are eight dishes that you'll likely see if you travel to Cambodia—be sure to lớn try each of them at least once.