Considered by many to be the jewel in the crown of Angkorian art, Banteay Srei is cut from stone of a pinkish hue and includes some of the finest stone carving anywhere on earth. Begun in AD 967, it is one of the smallest sites at Angkor, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in stature - Banteay Srei, Siem Reap, Cambodia
In the tradition of Lenin, Stalin and Mao, Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is a monumental marble edifice. Contrary to his desire for a simple cremation, the mausoleum was constructed from materials gathered from all over Vietnam between 1973 and 1975 - Hanoi, Vietnam
Beng Mealea is one of the most mysterious temples at Angkor, as nature has well and truly run riot. The temple is built in the 12th ceentury under Suryavarman II. The ultimate Indiana Jones experience - Beng Mealea, Sien Reap, Cambodia.
Visiting the floating villages of Siem Reap. We were immersed in an intriguing atmosphere watching the locals go about their daily lives in their extraordinary aquatic environment. It is the home to ethnic Vietnamese and Cham communities - Siem Reap, Cambodia
Visiting the floating villages of Siem Reap I was immersed in an intriguing atmosphere watching the locals go about their daily lives in their extraordinary aquatic environment. It is the home to ethnic Vietnamese and Cham communities - Siem Reap, Cambodia
Siem Reap is the gateway for the temples of Angkor. It has reinvented itself as the epicentre of the best of Cambodia but there is still another life at the outskirts of the city… Experiencing a view into the lifestyles of the locals living in this area – Siem Reap
Speeding on a long tail boat on the Chao Phraya River whilst the monarchy is watching. The magical reign of King Bhumibol ended on October 13, 2016. The king served as the symbol of Thai unity and stability and his departure has left a gigantic hole in the Thai political landscape. To the Thai people, the king meant everything. After his passing away the entire nation fell into a state of endless mourning and Thais were told to wear black for a year. His successor Rama X does not enjoy the same love and respect from the public that his father commanded. He lacks moral authority and charisma; he has shown little to no enthusiasm for working with democratic institutions or being a democratic advocate and his eccentric and lavish lifestyle is legendary. Will the new king stir up a greater sense of anti-monarchy? If he tries to forge the same kind of mutually beneficial alliance with the military like his father that may very well be the case and his reign may not survive. On the other hand, if he decides to start working with the democratic government, placing the monarchical institution strictly within the constitutional framework, the chance of the monarchy becoming a viable institution is bright. Net-net, Thailand is standing at an important crossroad. Let’s hope for the best for this beautiful country and its friendly and generous people – Bangkok, Thailand.
Wandering around Hanoi’s Old Quarter, famed for its '36 old streets. Enoyoing the hustle and bustle of the neigborhood. Dating back more than 1,000 years, the Old Quarter developed as a group of workshops outside of the royal palace.Today, the streets are still grouped by what they sell, with names to match, such as Bat Su (china bowls), Cha Ca (roasted fish), Hang Bac (jewellery), Hang Dau (shoes and sandals), etc. – Hanoi, Vietnam
It's hard to imagine any building bigger or more beautiful than Angkor Wat, but in Angkor Thom the sum of the parts add up to a greater whole. Set over 10 sq km, the aptly named last great capital of the Khmer empire took took monumental to a whole new level - Angkor Thom, Cambodia
Siem Reap is the gateway for the temples of Angkor. It has reinvented itself as the epicentre of the best of Cambodia but there is still another life at the outskirts of the city… Experiencing a view into the lifestyles of the locals living in this area - Siem Reap, Cambodia.
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