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Siem Reap offers a wide range of eating and drinking options with new businesses at all price ranges opening almost daily it seems. The Old Market area is, depending on your perspective, either an exciting and vibrant place offering a vast selection of eating and drinking options that is not to be missed, or a tourist ghetto offering a vast selection of generally non-authentic eating and drinking options that should be avoided at all costs.
Read more : http://asiatravelagencies.com/en/asia-guides/siem-reap-pub-street.html
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This hilltop temple on the road to Pailin is one of the main locations of Battambang‘s killing fields, with a large cave where victims were thrown either after being bludgeoned or having their throats cut, or simply to their death.
Read more : http://asiatravelagencies.com/en/asia-guides/phnom-sampeau.html
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Mai Chau is a vision in every season. In spring, it is a lush, bright green while in autumn, just before the rice harvest, it turns golden. Nowadays, people should count themselves lucky to get the chance to see such colours because before 1993 Mai Chau was an isolated farming town whereas now, it is a recommended stop for any traveller who wants to explore Vietnam.
Read more : http://asiatravelagencies.com/en/asia-guides/mai-chau.html
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Cao Lanh was a capital city of Dong Thap province, in the Mekong Delta region of South Vietnam. During the French colonial period Cao Lanh found some supporters for the nationalist appeal of Tran Huy Lieu’s Indochina Times founded in May 1923.
Read more : http://asiatravelagencies.com/en/asia-guides/cao-lanh-dong-thap-province.html
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Nam Cuong is a pristine sand hill, famous for its hidden beauties that attract lots of visitors who would like to discover and conquer nature.
Read more : http://asiatravelagencies.com/en/asia-guides/exploring-the-hidden-beauty-of-nam-cuong-sand-hills.html
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