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The heart of the immense Angkor complex, seat of the Khmer Empire from the 9th to 15th centuries, Angkor Wat has become the symbol of Cambodia and an absolute must-visit. The best preserved of all of Angkor’s temples as it was never abandoned, the wat’s symmetrical beauty is breathtaking from a distance. It is up close however, you will discover the uniqueness, detail and intricacies that make Angkor Wat one of the world’s greatest structures. Although often busy, it is still easy to escape and find an old passageway lined with exquisitely crafted apsaras and bas reliefs to explore all to yourself.
Located about 15 kilometres south of Siem Reap, the huge Tonle Sap Lake shows a totally different side of life in Cambodia. Lakeside villages which are stilted in the dry season or seemingly floating on the lake surface in the wet season are home to fishermen and their families who make a living from the lake. Clamber aboard a boat to get out on the water where you can visit one of these communities to get a feeling for the way of life here.