Siem Reap Bird Sanctuary, Cambodia
Bird Lovers! From February to April, Beong Pearaing bird sanctuary is open the gate to welcome tourists to visit its rare waterbirds in Asia including Comb Duck, Cormorant, Adjutant, Lesser whistling duck...
Visiting Angkor Wat Cambodia
Welcome to the kingdom of Cambodia, the small gorgeous home to be explored in Southeast Asia. Extensively visit the well recognized Angkor Wat - the world's heritage, meet friendly local people and unlock its natural wonders.
Cambodia Northern Adventure Tour 4 Days
Expertly designed for those who want to expand the destinations to outlying regions in Cambodia. This amazing journey starts from Siem Reap, visit Pre-Angkorian temple before explore Stung Treng, catch the glimpses of rare Irrawaddy Dolphins, admired by Don Khon of 4000 islands (Laos), waterfalls and connect to Rattanakiri; inspires by ethnic minority village & bathing lovely creatures “elephants”.
Tonle Sap Floating Village, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Tonle Sap “Great Lake”, the largest freshwater lake in the Southeast Asia and is an ecological hot spot that was designated as a UNESCO biosphere in 1997. Travelers can visit Tonle Sap floating communities in Kompong Chhnang if they travel from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap, or visit it at Chung Kneas or Mechrey villages but Mechrey is more suitable because the journey goes passing beautiful rice paddies which is considered as the best landscape of all. All provide fantastic sightseeing when the boat cruising close to floating communities where you can see a lot of fishing activities come to local life as well as you can unlock the livelihoods of people living in the floating houses.
Before You Visit Angkor Wat, Here's What You Need to Know | National Geographic
Rise early to watch the sunrise over Angkor Wat, one of the world’s largest religious monuments. Explore the magnificent interiors of this 12th-century Khmer temple, adorned with elaborate bas-reliefs and sculptures.
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Green Amazon Residence Hotel - Siem Reap - Cambodia
Green Amazon Residence has in total of 50 room and suite designed and well-furnished rooms. We do have different categorized rooms as 1.Superior Double with Balcony, 2.Superior Twin with Balcony, 3.Deluxe Double with Pool View, 4.Superior Triple, 5. Family Suite. Those room sizes are 36 m2 except Family suite is 40 m2, it is the big room to get relax and comfort to stay with nice view and fresh air. All rooms are air-conditioned and feature a private bathroom, private balcony with, 32 Inch Flat Screen LCD cable TV, Safety Deposit Box, Hair dryer, Slipper, Minibar, Writing desk, In room directory, Bathrobe, and bathtub.
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Workers clean lake - Cambodian Angkor complex
Workers busy cleaning the lake at Angkor complex area in Cambodia.
Exhibiting key style and elements of classic Khmer architecture, Angkor Wat remained shrouded in a veil of dense jungle vegetation long before its discovery in 1860. When the vast network of temples of Angkor Wat Cambodia were discovered, the heavy cloak of mystery surrounding the fascinating ruins was slowly lifted to reveal an extraordinary find that draws thousands of curious visitors each year. The Angkor Wat temple temple was found due north of the city of Siem Reap, the most popular hub for tourists planning on exploring Angkor Wat Cambodia in its entirety.
The Khmer civilization was predominant in Cambodian history, and is accredited with building the incredible temples between 802 AD through 1220 AD. The site was chosen for its advantageous position for both agriculture and military presence and created to honor Vishnu, a pivotal Hindu God. The temples have exceeded the test of time and are considered one of the most spectacular accomplishments in the world. At one time, Angkor Wat temple was home to Khmer kings presiding over a huge land mass that spanned far beyond the borders of the country as it's known today, all the way north to parts of China and beyond. The labyrinthine maze of almost one hundred temples in total reveal a once prominent social, religious and governing capital. Aside from the Angkor Wat temple structures, there were also numerous public buildings, palaces and regular homes that have long since broken down and vanished.
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Sanskrit (; IAST: saṃskṛta, Sanskrit: संस्कृतम्, also [sə̃skr̩t̪əm]) is a language of ancient India with a documented history of about 3,500 years. It is the primary liturgical language of Hinduism; the predominant language of most works of Hindu philosophy as well as some of the principal texts of Buddhism and Jainism. Sanskrit, in its various variants and dialects, was the lingua franca of ancient and medieval India. In the early 1st millennium CE, along with Buddhism and Hinduism, Sanskrit migrated to Southeast Asia, parts of East Asia and Central Asia, emerging as a language of high culture and of local ruling elites in these regions.Sanskrit is an Old Indo-Aryan language. As one of the oldest documented members of the Indo-European family of languages, Sanskrit holds a prominent position in Indo-European studies. It is related to Greek and Latin, as well as Hittite, Luwian, Old Avestan and many other extinct languages with historical significance to Europe, West Asia and Central Asia. It traces its linguistic ancestry to the Proto-Indo-Aryan language, Proto-Indo-Iranian and the Proto-Indo-European languages.Sanskrit is traceable to the 2nd millennium BCE in a form known as the Vedic Sanskrit, with the Rigveda as the earliest surviving text. A more refined and standardized grammatical form called the Classical Sanskrit emerged in mid-1st millennium BCE with the Aṣṭādhyāyī treatise of Pāṇini. Sanskrit, though not necessarily Classical Sanskrit, is the root language of many Prakrit languages. Examples include numerous modern daughter Northern Indian subcontinental languages such as Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Punjabi and Nepali.The body of Sanskrit literature encompasses a rich tradition of philosophical and religious texts, as well as poetry, music, drama, scientific, technical and other texts. In the ancient era, Sanskrit compositions were orally transmitted by methods of memorisation of exceptional complexity, rigour and fidelity. The earliest known inscriptions in Sanskrit are from the 1st-century BCE, such as the few discovered in Ayodhya and Ghosundi-Hathibada (Chittorgarh). Sanskrit texts dated to the 1st millennium CE were written in the Brahmi script, the Nāgarī script, the historic South Indian scripts and their derivative scripts. Sanskrit is one of the 22 languages listed in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India. It continues to be widely used as a ceremonial and ritual language in Hinduism and some Buddhist practices such as hymns and chants.