Overview

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 The first trip in 1999. The classic route plus Mekong river trip.
Part 1: Angkor Wat
The famous overland trip from Bangkok to Poipet and Siem Reap. The magnificent temples of Angkor Wat.
 
Part 2: Banteay Srei and Ta Prohm
A half-day trip to one of the most beautiful temples of the Angkor complex.
 
Part 3: The surroundings of Siem Reap
Impressions from a walk to the Tonle Sab Lake through little picturesque villages along the river.
 
Part 4: Waterfestival in Phnom Penh
During my stay in the capital the three day waterfestival was held. Read also about horrid places like the Killing Fields and the Tuol Sleng Museum.
 
Part 5: Up the Mekong
By bus and boat up the Mekong to the Lao border. Visit of Kampong Cham, Kratie and Stung Treng.
 
Part 6: A day in Kampot
Some impressions of this peaceful city in the south. Trip to Phnom Sihea and a small fishing village.
 
Part 7: Sihanoukville
Relax with me on the nice beaches and read about the south route back to Thailand.
 
 The second trip in 2002. More adventures off the beaten track.
Part 8: Expedition Mondulkiri
Pickup from Stung Treng to Ban Lung. Swimming in the crater lake. Through the forests from Ban Lung to Sen Monorom by bike.
 
Part 9: The new road to Phnom Penh
One day on the pickup. The new logging road fro Sen Monorom allows us to travel fast.
 
Part 10: Phnom Penh and around
No more classic tourist places this time. Join us on an alory ride, also known as bamboo train. Have a look in the Heart of Darkness.
 
Part 11: Trainride to Kampot and Bokor
A trainride like a hundred years ago...Bring enough time and you will enjoy it. A day trip with the dirtbike on Bokor mountain. See the abandoned city on the top.
 
Part 12: Around Battambang
A day trip to Phnom Sampeau and Kamping Poy. We visit the Battambang Killing Fields and a huge dam.
 
Part 13: Pailin
The former Khmer Rouge stronghold - today city of gems, gambling and logging. A very pleasant motorbike ride north along the Thai border to Poipet.
 
Part 14: Poipet
The loop is closed now. Finally I reach the bordertown of Poipet again. Dusty roads, huge casinos and a busy cross border trade.
 
Part 15: Preah Vihear
A trip to the mysterious temple in Dec 2003. I started in Siem Reap and took the new road from Anlong Veng east. One night on the mountain top and a great temple sunrise.
 


 
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