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Laos & Cambodia 2007

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I'm heading off for some exploring in Laos and Cambodia as part of my honeymoon next year.

Things like Angkor Wat are a given, but I'd love to know if you've been and any stories or experiences you had and any great places you found, whether it be for food and drink, shopping and markets, historic sites etc..
 

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Originally Posted by royal618
I'm heading off for some exploring in Laos and Cambodia as part of my honeymoon next year.

Things like Angkor Wat are a given, but I'd love to know if you've been and any stories or experiences you had and any great places you found, whether it be for food and drink, shopping and markets, historic sites etc..


Luang Prabang is worth the schlep. Plain of Jars less so. Vientiane has a wonderful small-town aire about it in the evening, and some nice places to eat. Phnom Penh is a bigger town.

My favorite thing to do in this part of the world is to watch people. Find a good corner and some shade and a drink and watch it go by.

Also, river travel in this region, when possible, is far smoother than air, rail, or road.
 

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Thanks!


On my list - citywise is Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Kratie, Don Khong Island, Tad Fane, Vang Vieng, Luang Prabang and Vientiane.
 
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come to Vietnam - Im lonely!

not really honeymoony, but you can blow the snotter out of a cow in Cambodia with a grenade launcher btw. Im told its an experience unlike any other.
 

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Originally Posted by [email protected]
come to Vietnam - Im lonely!

not really honeymoony, but you can blow the snotter out of a cow in Cambodia with a grenade launcher btw. Im told its an experience unlike any other.


I was there last year. Had a great time!
 

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Originally Posted by [email protected]
come to Vietnam - Im lonely!

not really honeymoony, but you can blow the snotter out of a cow in Cambodia with a grenade launcher btw. Im told its an experience unlike any other.



wild boars are pretty good targets too.......
 

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