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Visit Cambodia.

In October 2015 I jetted off to Cambodia for a two and a half month adventure. Basing myself in the city of Siem Reap, I did a short spell of English teaching before hitting the open road. It was an amazing time, featuring some of the world’s most stunning temples, a traditional river village, bamboo trains and tropical beaches.

Bayon Temple Cambodia.

Bayon Temple.

Moreover, I toured one of the world’s unique national parks and witnessed the flight of a million bats. In Cambodia’s bustling capital, I took in the harrowing memorials to the country’s turbulent history. Along the way, I met a dude on a bus who ended up becoming one of the great friends of my life.

Views over Bokor National Park from Bokor Hill Station Kampot Cambodia

Bokor National Park, Cambodia.

Visit Cambodia.

In January 2020 I returned to Cambodia for an extended period of travel and writing. With its relaxed visa laws, low cost of living and western-friendly cafes and restaurants, I figured this would be a good long term base for a hopeless digital nomad. The only thing I hadn’t counted on was COVID-19.

The Village Cafe Siem Reap Cambodia.

The Village Cafe, Siem Reap.

To find out more about my experiences in Cambodia, dive into my vast collection of travel reports from:

Battambang 

Kampot

Kep

Koh Rong

Phnom Penh

Siem Reap

The Temples of Angkor

The Temples of Koh Ker 

Kampong Khleang Floating Village

Kamphong Phluk Floating Village

Sihanoukville

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