Travel to Cambodia – Episode 127

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The Amateur Traveler talks to David Brodie of the Travel in 10 podcast about his trip to Cambodia. Hear about difficult bus rides but opulent hotels, Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, the infamous S21 in Phnom Pen, exotic beauty and good food.

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Show Notes

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Natalie Brodie’s pictures
Official Cambodia Tourist site
Siam Reap
Angkor Wat
Bayon Temple, Angkor Thom
Princess Angkor Hotel
Lotus Angkor Hotel
Siem Reap on Google maps
Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S21)

Internet Resources – trip insurance


Homework – work on a budget – Chris’s new Movies / TV Reviews
Contest – Win A Travel Poster
Stephanie’s letter

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by Chris Christensen

I am the host of the Amateur Traveler. The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and what are the best places to travel to. It includes both a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast, and a blog.

7 Responses to “Travel to Cambodia – Episode 127”

thailand adviser


well, cambodia is not far from where I live(Thailand) I been there once, and feel to be there again after seen from your Post.

john lozada


I’ve heard there’s this ancient temple in Cambodia. What was the name of it?



I believe you mean Angkor Wat



I thought the show was good. I have lived in Cambodia for the past 8 years, in Battambang, it is across the Tonle Sap from Siem Reap, if you want a taste of typical Cambodian life this is the city to visit, not so touristy. My only comment is that prices have risen about 15% in the last year and a half, we have seen tremendous inflation, and the Cambodian Riel is pegged to the US dollar, so it is not worth as much as before. It is still an inexpensive travel location, but a little more than David said.

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Great job Chris on your travel podcast. This show is inspiring us to get to Cambodia now. What a great resource your show is for travelers, tourism professionals and fellow travel and hospitality podcasters. Keep up the good work! With gratitude, Tim Warren



Next year I will go there ^^
Thank you for resource.



nice place I want to go.keep going up the good work.
good job on your travel.

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