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The most iconic, biggest and frequently pictured (shown above and on the national flag) is Angkor Wat.
Contained in the Angkor Archaeological Park stretching over some 400 sq.
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It is worth looking, if you have not already, at the example layout to see the guidelines each section of information is based on - or for other travel advice and site home, head for The temples of Angkor and learning something about the country's murderous past.
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Indochina, or French Indochina, was a federation of French colonies and protectorates. Once - and during the period Vietnam/Laos was opening to travelers and Cambodia was become safe to visit - the stomping group for experienced travellers and trailbazers, it is now easy to travel.
The larger/popular temples will see huge visitor numbers, more so at peak times of the day/year.
There is also a small 'health check' charge.
For those that don't know, Angkor is a collection of temples in North West Cambodia close to Siem Reap.
There is literary tonnes of information regarding visiting Angkor on the internet and in loads of details. Today access is easy with direct flights and a booming Asian travel.
More than two million foreign visitors come to Angkor each year and these number will only increase with more Chinese traveling.