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Alan and Kaitlyn travel the world! From Thailand to Tasmania and Hobart to Hobbiton


Cambodia




  1. Cambodia Budget

    We had a much higher budget set for Cambodia than Thailand or Vietnam, mostly because getting passes and transport for Angkor can be expensive. We actually found lots of Cambodia to be slightly cheaper than Thailand, although Phnom Penh hotels were expensive. For Cambodia our budget was the very scientific…

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  2. Phnom Penh

    The bus ride from Siem Reap (see our previous posts) to Phnom Penh was along a super bumpy road, and took around seven hours or so. We took the Giant Ibis bus, which was $15 and was actually pretty nice, with free WiFi, water, and a light meal included. Towards…

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  3. Siem Reap

    We spent the first week of our two weeks in Cambodia in Siem Reap. After our long journey into town, we arrived at our hotel. For CAD$13/night, we had the nicest place of our trip so far, in what we thought would be an expensive tourist trap of…

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  4. Adventures into Cambodia...

    Getting from Thailand to Cambodia was quite the adventure. We woke up super early to catch the 5:50am train from Bangkok to Aranyaprathet, which is the town on the Thailand side of the border. The train ride itself, although pretty long and incredibly slow (six hours to go about…

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  5. Plans for Cambodia...

    Since we're now on our last couple days in Thailand, we've started looking ahead to Cambodia. At the moment we've decided to cross at the usual land crossing of Aranyaprahet/Poipet, and continue into Siem Reap. We'll spend probably a week here and visit Angkor Wat and some other nearby…

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