Maps of Cambodia
Most people are aware of the tumultuous recent history of Cambodia. Cambodians had to go through ordeals and hardships for decades. However, the spirit of the people and their determination to rise above the challenges enabled them to start over and rebuild their lives. This is the reason why Cambodians were able to preserve their culture and heritage. Any tourist who visits the country can see how Cambodian culture and heritage lives on even in modern times.
Located in Southeast Asia with Thailand to its north and west and Vietnam to its east and southeast, Cambodia is one of the region's smallest countries. Cambodia, which shares a land border with Laos in the northeast, counts the Dangrek mountain range and Cardamom Mountains as its natural boundaries.
Most people visit Cambodia because of Angkor Wat, one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia, and one of the world's most stunning pieces of architecture. However, there is more to Cambodia than Angkor Wat. Phnom Penh, the country's capital and largest city, also has a lot to offer to visitors.
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