June 3, 2016 The Traveling Gals 19Comment

Cambodia in Photos

In 2013 we had the pleasure of traveling to Vietnam and Cambodia. While in Cambodia we got to see some amazing cities like Phnom Penh and Siem Reap as well as rural villages. We go to experience Angkor Wat, the Killing Fields, and a monastery. There were also lots of beautiful statues and art work. Our trip was both adventurous and educational and we feel lucky to have had the opportunity to visit such an interesting and wonderful country. Here are some of our favorite pictures from that trip. After, check out our photos from Vietnam!

Cambodia Street View

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

A monk in Phnom Penh, Cambodia


Angkor Wat

Bamboo Bridge - Cambodia

Bayon Temple - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Killing Fields - Cambodia

Royal Palace - Cambodia

Royal Palace - Cambodia

Rural Cambodia

Ta Prohm - Cambodia

Vispassan - Cambodia

Don’t forget to check out our photos from Vietnam, too!

Have you been to Cambodia? What was your favorite part?

The Traveling Gals

19 thoughts on “Cambodia in Photos

  1. First of all, I love the idea of having a blog post full on mainly pictures! Secondly, Cambodia is beautiful. I always hear about friends going over for mission trips but its good to see another side to the area!

  2. I absolutely love Cambodia, I don’t think I met friendlier people while I was traveling through Asia (in 2013 as well). The Killing Fields was such a heartbreaking thing to go see, but important as well to learn more about the history of the Khmer people. I loved seeing Angkor Wat, even with the hoards of people, so worth it! Looks like you had a great visit, thanks for sharing!

    1. Thanks Mimi! Yes there were definitely parts of our trip that were heartbreaking because they have such a sad history. But you are so right that the people were so friendly! We are so glad we had the opportunity to travel through there.

    1. We didn’t know a whole lot about it either before we started planning the trip. It really is a beautiful country!

  3. I would love to visit Cambodia someday and your gorgeous pictures have just added to my yearn. I fell in love with Angkor Wat after seeing the Lara Croft movies.

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