Today before we get into the sites that everybody’s heard of in Cambodia, one more Tentative World Heritage site that will bring you back to the early days of Angkor Wat before the tourists moved in, ...Read More
From Sambor Prei Kuk it was a deceptively short 77 kilometers by road northwest to our next stop; however, as those roads are rural Cambodian roads, we suggest not taking that route, as those 77 kilom...Read More
Heading north from Banteay Prei Nokor, our next stop is one of the 21 new inscriptions this year on the World Heritage Site list:Temple Zone of Sambor Prei Kuk, Archaeological Site of Ancient Ishanapu...Read More
Alright, back to Cambodia today: we’re heading east from Mount Oudong over to the town of Kompong Cham and its local Tentative World Heritage Site,Ensemble de Banteay Prei Nokor Cet ensemble est ...Read More
Slight diversion from our Cambodia trip today; we’re going to post about a massively serial World Heritage inscription today, that encompasses 17 buildings scattered across 7 countries and built over ...Read More
After visiting Phnom Da, next we headed back past Phnom Penh to what is definitively the most concisely described Tentative World Heritage Site we’ve ever seen on the UNESCO website,Site d’Oudong ...Read More
To start out our wanderings through Cambodia, today we’ll land at Phnom Penh — one of the New 7 Wonders City finalists! — and promptly head out to visit the farthest south of the World Heritage ...Read More
After recharging somewhat overnight in central Kuala Lumpur, we hauled our sore and protesting legs out for a more casual stroll at KL’s other new Tentative World Heritage nomination,FRIM Selangor For...Read More
So there we are after falling our way down the Gombak Selangor Quartz Ridge, bruised, beaten, bedraggled, soaked like a drowned rat, covered in mud, and in general completely pitiable.
Clearly, it wa...
Last weekend we decided to skitter on down to Kuala Lumpur, as we only had two tentative sites left to see in Malaysia, and both of them are on the KL outskirts — perfect for a little weekend hop!