Siem Reap, Seemingly

Siem Reap, Cambodia

April 24 – 26, 2008

Siem Reap was the gateway to Angkor Wat. Tourists and archaeology aficionados would descend on the town before embarking on their Angkorian adventures. The daily influx of foreigners and their money had resuscitated this little backwater town into an oasis of modern (read: Western) trappings in the middle of the dust and poverty of Cambodia.

Apsara Dancers at the Temple Bar in Siem Reap

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