Category: Angkor (Extinct city)
In this guide book, I will cover the Angkor Archaeological Park and its amazing temples, including Angkor Wat, Bayon, Ta Prohm, Phnom Bakheng, Baphuon, Banteay Srei, Preah Khan, and many more plus the temples away from the well-beaten ...
Author: Rodney L'Huillier
Home to the magical ancient temples of Angkor, Siem Reap Cambodia, offers something for everyone. Exploring the ancient temples once lost to the jungle, through to journeys into Buddhist culture, relaxing in 5-star comfort at bargain prices, a family escape, or backpacking your way and partying all night, Siem Reap has something for everyone. In this must-carry book I will cover the Angkor Archaeological Park and it's amazing temples, temples away from the well-beaten tourist trails, secret sunrise and sunset spots, plus a collection of attractions and things to do between visiting the temples, amazing local foods, where to eat like a local, the must-see practicing Buddhist pagodas, The Tonle Sap, the beauty of the Apsara dance and where to see it, where ALL the markets are and where to go shopping, Pub Street nightlife and bars. It also features maps plus a link to an online map featuring all the key places, essential info on surviving the heat and keeping safe, a guide to transport plus some basics on language, history, and seasons.
This new guide by Jean Laur, former Director of Monuments at the site, explores the history and significance of Angkor in great depth. It is the first scholarly work to review the site of Angkor since the 1940s.
Author: Jean Laur
Angkor is a fascinating, mysterious site, twice the size of Paris. Protected by UNESCO as part of humanity's common heritage, it is truly unique. This new guide by Jean Laur, former Director of Monuments at the site, explores the history and significance of Angkor in great depth. It is the first scholarly work to review the site of Angkor since the 1940s. The author's great familiarity with the people and culture of Cambodia and his grasp of the Khmer language means he is perfectly situated to place the monuments in their historical, cultural, and artistic context, providing a fascinating, thoroughly documented, yet accessible guide to the individual ruins. He covers over one hundred temples in great depth, giving details of the construction methods and materials used and describing their elaborate ornamentation. The work also includes numerous maps, plans, and details of the bas reliefs and sculptures, drawn by the author himself. The guide also contains more general information on visiting Cambodia, and the history of the Khmer people and their art. As Southeast Asia in general, and Cambodia in particular, open up to visitors after decades of unrest, this guide is perfectly timed to introduce a greater understanding of the significance of this fascinating site.
Small - group tours of Southeast Asia , including a sixteen - day outing taking in Angkor , plus sights in Burma and Thailand . ... The website features an interactive database that lets you build and price your own RTW itinerary .
Author: Beverley Palmer
Publisher: Rough Guides
The Rough Guide to Cambodia, in full color throughout, is the ultimate travel guide to this spectacular region. With 30 years of experience and our trademark "tell it like it is" writing style, Rough Guides covers all the basics, includes practical details travelers need to know, and unmissable alternatives to the usual must-see sights.
... Angkor ( post 14th centuries ) . A guide will escort you around the galleries . ... The National Museum is an interactive museum in the sense that local people often come in to pray and give thanks offerings at some of the statues .
Author: Robert Philpotts
Publisher: Blackwater Press
Category: Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
Locations include bustling Bangkok, historic Chiang Mai, tropical South Thailand, the astonishing ruins of Angkor and laid-back Luang Prabang. The book also features over 500 color photographs and over a dozen detailed maps.
Author: Ken Lawrence
CHASING THE EMERALD BUDDHA is a new type of travel guide which follows the path of Southeast Asia's most sacred relic. Locations include bustling Bangkok, historic Chiang Mai, tropical South Thailand, the astonishing ruins of Angkor and laid-back Luang Prabang. The book also features over 500 color photographs and over a dozen detailed maps.
A history fo the temples and an invaluable companion guide.
Author: Michael Freeman
Category: Angkor (Extinct city).
A history fo the temples and an invaluable companion guide.
A stunning collection of contemporary art photographs of the ancient temple complex at Angkor Wat in Cambodia, this book reveals the history and culture of the Khmer people who built Angkor.
Author: Peter Wai Chuen Yung
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
A stunning collection of contemporary art photographs of the ancient temple complex at Angkor Wat in Cambodia, this book reveals the history and culture of the Khmer people who built Angkor. It is an indispensable addition to the libraries of archaeologists, photographers, and travelers to Southeast Asia.
CD - ROM science series introduces engaging interactive writing program Award - winning videos showcase treasured ... the Acropolis in Athens ; temple pyramids at Tikal , in Guatemala ; and Cambodia's Hindu temples at Angkor Wat .
Category: Audio-visual education
Angkor National Museum will take its visitors through the journey back in time from the creation to the highest point of Khmer civilization. Through the use of interactive exhibits, visitors will develop a deeper understanding of ...
Author: Derrick Fludd
Publisher: Global Image Books
A look at Ankor park area in Siem Reap Cambodia, one of the most amazing sights I have ever seen truly a spectacle. This volume includes views of Ankor Wat, Ankor Thom, Bakong Ancient City, Banteay Kdei, Baphuon Temple, Elephant Terrace, Leppers Terrace, Lolei, Phimeanakas Temple,Preah Khan, Prea Ko and more…