Indochina has many awe-inspiring mysterious places waiting to be discovered. From temples swallowed by the jungles, to abandoned buildings since last century, there are several destinations in Indochina that have an air of mystery about them.
Countries in Southeast Asia such as Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand often celebrate the New year following Buddhist calendar with the traditional water festivals in the middle of April (12/4 – 16/4). Due to being held at the same time, the ritual and cultural activities in each country have quite similarities.
Sihanoukville is Cambodia's youngest city and also the capital of Sihanoukville Province, locally known as Kampong Som. With pretty white-sand beaches and surrounded by several nearby tropical islands, Sihanoukville is Cambodia’s premier beach town.
Located on the bank of Mekong River, Phnom Penh is the national capital and also the largest city in Cambodia. Being a city of more than 2 million people, Phnom Penh is not only commercial, economical centre of Cambodia, but also
Cambodia, officially known as the Kingdom of Cambodia, is a country located in the southern of the Indochina Peninsula in South East Asia. Its total landmass is 181.035 km2, bordered by Thailand to the west, Laos to the north, Vietnam to the east and the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest. It has a 443 km coastline.
It might be quite easy to imagine the place right after hearing that name, a land consist a massive amount of innocent Cambodians, men, women, children or infants, their body, their clothes and blood all over the ground, a horrible view and how strange it is as now the fields of death and obsession is a tourist attraction.