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National Geographic Traveler Cambodia

Autor: Trevor Ranges
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 1426205201
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Presents information on Cambodia's culture, history, and people; offers walking and driving tours enhanced by color-coded maps; and suggests excursions off the beaten path.


Autor: Caitlyn Miller
Publisher: Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 1502622300
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Cambodia is a predominantly Buddhist country, with many of its customs and traditions tied to the religion and its beliefs. Readers will uncover the culture and customs of everyday life in Cambodia, and learn about the country’s tumultuous history from its time as a French colony to the communist rule of the Khmer Rouge to present day. Maps highlight the economic and cultural landmarks of Cambodia, and vibrant photographs take readers on a visual journey to this Asian nation.

National Geographic Traveler Thailand

Autor: Phil Macdonald
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 1426214642
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"Off-the-beaten-path excursions, insider tips, not-to-be-missed lists, authentic experiences"--Cover.

Southeast Asian Cultures In Perspective

Autor: Nardo Don
Publisher: Mitchell Lane Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 1612286046
File Size: 14,81 MB
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Southeast Asian Cultures in Perspective is an in-depth look at the different regional cultures of Southeast Asia with an emphasis on current culture. The young reader is presented with an overview of a variety of regional cultures that developed historically and analyzes how the cultural history shapes the Southeast Asian region's current culture. The book is written in a lively and interesting style, and contains the Southeast Asian region's languages, foods, music/dance, art/literature, religions, holidays, lifestyle, and most importantly contemporary culture in the country today. The book has been developed to address many of the Common Core specific goals, higher level thinking skills, and progressive learning strategies from informational texts for middle grade and junior high level students.

To Asia With Love

Autor: Kim Fay
Publisher: ThingsAsian Press
ISBN: 9780971594036
File Size: 27,71 MB
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Imagine that on the eve of your upcoming trip to Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam, you are invited to a party. At this party are fifty guests, all of whom live in or have traveled extensively through these countries. Among this eclectic and well-versed group of connoisseurs are authors of acclaimed guidebooks, popular newspaper columnists and pioneering adventurers. As the evening passes, they tell you tales from their lives in these exotic places. They whisper the names of their favorite shops and restaurants; they divulge the secret hideaways where they sneak off to for an afternoon (or a weekend) to unwind. Some make you laugh out loud, and others mesmerize you with their poetry and lyricism. Some are intent on educating, while others just want to entertain. Their attitudes are as unique as their personalities, but they are united in one thing ... their love of the region. If you can envision being welcomed at such a party, then you can envision the experience that this guidebook aspires to give you. Within these pages you will find tips for adventuring, eating, shopping, and sightseeing from savvy expatriates, seasoned travelers, and inspired locals. Unlike the typical guidebook, To Asia With Love does not offer a comprehensive overview, but instead presents selected recommendations in the form of personal essays and tidbits, each of which is paired with a practical fact file. Discover the benefits of carrying a baseball glove in Laos, go bird watching in the Thai everglades, take a motorbike into the Cardamom Mountains of Cambodia, and immerse yourself in modern art in Vietnam. In addition, one chapter focuses solely on opportunities for giving back to the countries you visit.

National Geographic Learning S Visual Geography Of Travel And Tourism

Autor: Jan van Harssel
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1133951260
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Produced in partnership with the National Geographic Society, this remarkable book helps you master the basic tenets of world geography while exploring established and emerging tourist destinations worldwide. The book begins with an overview of geographic concepts and an introduction to the global tourism industry, including the perspective of both hosts and guests. World destinations are covered in twelve sections divided into short, easy-to-digest chapters, each presenting regional geographic information and physical, cultural, and touristic details specific to individual countries and locations. Each destination features a flag, National Geographic map, descriptive introduction from the National Geographic Atlas of the World, key facts and data, travel and cultural tips, and information on significant tourist destinations and attractions. Each section contains National Geographic articles in the features “Insider Info,” “Through the Visitor’s Eyes,” “City Highlights,” and “Preserving the Future.” In addition to extensive updates to reflect the latest trends and developments in world tourism, the Fifth Edition now features a vibrant, full-color design. Ideal for avid travelers and aspiring hospitality, travel, and tourism professionals, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LEARNING’s VISUAL GEOGRAPHY OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM, Fifth Edition, is an engaging and informative guide to the world’s varied and appealing destinations. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Drives Of A Lifetime

Autor: Keith Bellows
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 9781426206771
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In addition to the lavishly illustrated drives with full page descriptions, the editors have included additional lists of recommendations such as "The top 10 drivers' drives," "The top 10 spectacular bridges," The top 10 lakeside drives," "The top 10 music drives," and more. The drives vary. Some are routes through spectacular landscapes or leisurely journeys of discovery; some are short day trips; others are legendary long-distance odysseys. Additional online resources are recommended for each of thesuggested trips and destinations.

Traveler S Diary Searching For Pol Pot S Cremation Site And Above Ground Tomb At Anlong Vend Cambodia

Autor: David Myhra PhD
Publisher: RCW Technology & Ebook Publishing
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In April of 1975, radical Marxist Pol Pot and his “Khmer Rouge” overthrew Cambodian government and King Norodom and proclaimed “This is now year zero for Cambodia” and that it’s society was about to be “purified”. Capitalism, western culture, city life, religion and all foreign influences were to be extinguished in favor of an outrageous form of peasant Communism. Thus began the four year long “autogenecide” of almost two million Cambodian people that didn’t fit in with Pol Pot and the Khmer rouges’ vision of their “Utopian” society that ended when Pol Pot was tried publicly and imprisoned, where he ultimately died and was cremated on a piles of used car and truck tires and buried in an above ground tomb at Anlong Vend, Cambodia. This is the story of a traveler and his wife’s trip to see the “Killing Fields”, Pot’s tomb and the 1,000 year old temple at Angkor Wat and it’s 50 towers near the city of Siem Reap. The fascinating story of what the travelers learn is told here in text and photographs!

Frommer S Vietnam

Autor: Ron Emmons
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118119975
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Insider advice on navigating local markets, from souvenirs to street food, plus detailed itineraries focused on everything from highlights to history. Where to find the newest and best boutiques, hotels, and restaurants, plus local spots off the beaten tourist track. Insightful commentary on Angkor Wat in a dedicated Cambodia chapter, plus an in-depth view at Vietnam's rich culture and history. Opinionated reviews. No bland descriptions and lukewarm recommendations. Our expert writer, a resident of Southeast Asia, is passionate and knowledgeable about the destination. Exact prices listed for every establishment and activity--no other guides offer such detailed, candid reviews of hotels and restaurants. We include the very best, but also emphasize moderately priced choices for real people. User-friendly features including star ratings and special icons to point readers to great finds, excellent values, insider tips, best bets for kids, special moments, and overrated experiences.

Laos Cambodia

Autor: Alexia Georgiou
Publisher: Insight Guides
ISBN: 9781780051376
File Size: 21,10 MB
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Presents a look at the history, culture, festivals, and sports of Laos and Cambodia, with recommendations on hotels, restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and historical sites in each nation.