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Travel to Beautiful Cities in Cambodia

Travel to Beautiful Cities in Cambodia

Here you will find study trips and round trips through the metropolises of Cambodia Phnom Penh Take a city break to Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. The city offers numerous sights, such as Wat Phnom, the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, the National Museum, the Independence Monument, the Central Market, the Tuol Sleng Museum, Choeung Ek, and much more. Enjoy your stay in Phnom Penh as part of a study trip or a round trip! Siem Reap Only ten…

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia Overview

Phnom Penh, Cambodia Overview

According to abbreviationfinder, Phnom Penh [pn ɔ m pεn], is the capital of Cambodia, 10 m above sea level, on the Mekong (2008) 1.2 million residents. University, technical center; National Museum, Royal Palace Museum, Army Museum; Radio and television broadcasters; Textile, food industry, tire factory; private small and partly tourism industry. The port, 280 km from the Mekong estuary, can also be reached by seagoing vessels with a draft of up to about 5 m; Pochentong international airport. The temple…

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Cambodia Everyday Life

Cambodia Everyday Life

Metropolitan traffic Most people ride a moped in the capital, Phnom Penh. The Cambodians transport almost anything you can imagine on their mopeds. It doesn’t necessarily have to be the latest models. Some parts have already been patched up several times and don’t exactly look trustworthy. Traffic lights are more used for decorative purposes, because they have very nice colors: green and red. The meaning of this color was probably never really conveyed to road users. One-way streets are annoying,…

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Cambodia Guide

Cambodia Guide

Cambodia – country information Country name Cambodia Official name Cambodian state Capital Phnom Penh Continent Asia Area 181,035 km2 Population 15,135,000 (2013) Foundation of a state 9/11/1953 The highest mountains Phum Aural 1,813 m Longest rivers Mekong 4500 km (inland 425 km) The largest lakes Tonle Sap 5,700 km2 State system a constitutional monarchy with a unicameral parliament The biggest cities Phnom Peng (capital) 1,100,000, Battambang 110,000, Sihanoukville 80,000 Official language Khmer language Ethnicity/National Composition Khmer 94%, Chinese 3%, Cham…

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