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Kulen Mountain National Park: Journey to Hidden Treasure of Siem Reap

Siem Reap is famous for its ancient temple wonders, but what else does it have to offer? There are many hidden treasures located outside the main tourist bubble; it is just a case of knowing about them and making the effort to explore.
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The Cambodia Buddhism

Buddhism has been in Cambodia since the 5th century. Nowadays, more than 95% of Cambodians are Buddhists (Mahayana Buddhism). Buddhism was established as the national religion in the constitution in 1993, as such, the majority of the population practice Buddhism. This blog you will learn a short insight into Cambodia Buddhism.
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Guide to Siem Reap: Getting Off the Beaten Track

There are more things to see in Siem Reap besides the temples of the Angkor Wat complex. Siem Reap has so much more to offer. If you have more than one day in Siem Reap, you might want to see the beautiful waterfall up Mt Kulen, plus the mountain itself has many hidden treasures you can explore, Tonle Sap lake which is the heart of Cambodia. Tonle Sap lake is really good to visit in wet season.
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Local Hangout Spots in Siem Reap

Road 60 is a favourite local hang out spot for the Khmer people, located just 15-minute ride away from the tourist area of Pub street and just around the main road that takes you from the ticket center to Angkor Wat. If you want to avoid over your fellow tourists and experience the real local, then hanging out at Road 60 should be your choice.
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Top 5 Breakfasts in Cambodia

Traveling is a combination of foods along with seeing different places, and getting ready to begin the day with a good breakfast is foremost that all of us never avoid to. Cambodian breakfast is reasonably priced, you might not spend over $2.00 for it. So get ready to sink your teeth and make a freshly order from our selective dishes that just for you.
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The Pchum Ben Festival in 2018

Pchum Ben is considered unique and the most important holiday in Cambodia which is celebrated for our ancestor up to 7 generations. The festival held for 15 days in Pheaktra Bot based on the Lunar Calendar and usually between late September to mid-October every year. As Cambodian ritual, in Pheaktra Bot is a time that the gates of hell open and releases the spirit of deads to find their living relatives.
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