Large modernized cities, restaurants, Cafeterias, and bars with colonial architecture coexisting smoothly with countryside vintage charm, this is Cambodia for tourists, Modernism resting in the laps of primitive ancient allure. The magnificence and flamboyance of the Buddhist Angorwat temple attract millions to visit the largest religious monument globally. The Angor proudly captures paramount significance by marking its symbolic presence in the Cambodian National flag. Unlike fantasies worldwide, Cambodia is much more than just temples and religious sentiments.
Lowlands, mountains, coastline, and lush landscapes, Cambodia has it all. Cambodia is a country of contradictions, tradition, and culture. The eastern Cambodian belt is adorned with dense, untouched rainforests, natural scenic beauty relatively less affected by the magic wands of modernism, mighty Mekong River and a glimpse into the rural Khmer living. It is an ancient world where the people and cities seemingly disappear into green forests. It is a country of many ancient existing rural settlements, with a tribe vibe.
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