by Bachan Anand
(Irvine, California) Planning to visit Siem Reap and Angkor Wat?
Let me ask you a question, what is the most important thing you will take into consideration when you travel, especially when you choose to go back to a place you have already visited?
Before I answer that I want to share with you a bit of my experience in Siem Reap, the ones that can be expressed by words.
Having traveled for 8 months in the last one year, I am always amazed at beautiful places and amazing people. Siem Reap struck me for its vibration that you can experience, right from tuktuk, to the kids who are all smiling, to the awesome temples, and the awesome people who visit Siem Reap.
Do they all have an agenda and purpose? Of course, as a visitor you have an agenda to see and experience the place, so do the tuktuk drivers, kids selling stuff, and everyone else. If you accept everyone as they are, you are going to have a great experience in Siem Reap. Or even further, you are going to have an amazing experience as the place is going to change the vibration in you.
Oh yeah, almost skipped the answer to the question. Yeah, it is the energy/vibration that the place has to offer from all that it has: its people, culture, visitors, and history.
Enjoy your trip, and let the city, the temples, and people amaze you.
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Comments for Angkor Wat – Amazing Places Have Amazing People
by: Agis Hidayat
Angkor Wat is a sanctuary multipart at Angkor, Cambodia, build for the king Suryavarman II in the early on 12th century as his state temple and Can you write my paper for me capital city.
by: Micheal Elijah
Angkor wat trip amazing first I go through low period and the place was approximately clear the day I go I really had problem judgment an important person to take a photo of me a few times through my camera. See at more
Thank you Bachan. I agree wholeheartedly that there’s something about Siem Reap and the Cambodian people. To think that they’ve had such a horrible past, it’s almost unbelievable. Yet they continue to live their lives with smiles and hopes. It’s amazing.>