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3rd Edition of the Moon Guide to Angkor Wat is out October 2nd

The third edition of my guide to the Angkor temples, published by Moon in the US, is out October 2nd. Lots of changes around the Cambodian temples and in Siem Reap which is growing at an extraordinary pace. And lots of new hotels, eateries and other attractions in the new edition. Trip of a lifetime! […]

Moon Angkor Wat Reloaded – Second Edition out soon

My new guide to the Angkor temples in Cambodia, published by Moon in the US is out this month. It’s a completely revamped second edition on the temples and Siem Reap and features Phnom Penh and Battambang. And it’s the #1 New Release in the Cambodian travel guides on amazon where you can pre-order it […]

Cambodia 2014 – High and low and in between

I have just been on an early research trip for the second edition of my Moon Angkor Cambodia guide, first published in 2011. Cambodia has come a long way since then, the country is a little better well off and the poor are not quite as desperate  as they were a decade ago, but the […]

Planning a Trip to Cambodia: Where and When to Go

Planning to visit Cambodia? Check out my guest blog over at Moon Guides this week for a low down on the very basics for visiting the Southeast Asian kingdom. I have recently published Moon Angkor Wat, a guide to the Angkor temples, Siem Reap, Phnom Penh and Battambang with Moon.

Walking on the Angkor Moon

In the words of Chinese traveler Chou Ta Kuan who lived in Angkor for a year in the 13th century: “When the king goes out, troops lead the escort; then come flags, banners and music. Palace women, numbering from three to five hundred, wearing clothes decorated with flowers, with flowers in their hair, hold candles […]

The Moon Guide to Angkor

Am currently on the road in Cambodia to write a brand new guide to Cambodia’s Angkor Wat. Great to be on the road in 2012. The book is due out in the autumn…

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