When it comes to temples, Cambodia has more than enough to be discovered. In just the Angkor region alone, there are over 100 stone shrines serving as evidence of the Khmer Empire’s Buddhist and Hindu beliefs. Come and join us …
One of the major tourist attractions in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Pehn, is the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. This former high school was converted into a Khmer Rouge prison in 1975 and was used for the holding, interrogation and extermination of more than 17,000 inmates in the 4 years that it was open.
Choeung Ek is one of a number of sites known as the ‘Killing Fields’. This area situated 17 kilometres from Phnom Pehn is the most well-known and tourist-visited of the above sites due to its link with the Tuol Sleng Prison (or S-21).
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has updated its travel advice for a number of countries in relation to the Zika Virus.