Phnom Penh | Siem Reap | Sihanoukville | Koh Rong | Kampot | Koh Kong |Battambang
Would you rather skim the surface of crowded tourist destinations?
Or, do you want exclusive access to secret beaches, hidden bungalows, and off-the-beaten-path destinations?
Ditch the generic travel guides that are impersonal AF and feel like they were written for your nerdy cousin who wears socks with sandals.
The Solo Girl’s Travel Guide is about to make your #VacationGoals come true.
With LITERALLY every travel detail covered – there’s no stress & no worries. You’ll avoid all the scams, creeps, and sketchy hang outs – so that you can have the most carefree, badass adventure of your life. Solo.
The Cambodia Travel Guide shows you the Important Details like…
✓ What Essentials to Pack
✓ How to Prepare for your Visa
✓ How to Take Public Transportation around the Country
✓ The Ideal Itinerary for your Time Frame
✓ Plus the Nerve-Racking stuff like how to get to your Hotel from the Airport without Paying 3x the Local Price!
And Don't Forget the Fun Stuff...
✓ Mystical Temples of Angkor Wat
✓ The Most Beautiful Islands and Secret Beaches
✓ Local Markets with Local Prices
✓ The Best Damn Food in the Country
For the brave girls with wanderlust in their blood - here's the guide that will give you that life altering experience and inspiration you've been looking for.
From budget backpacker to luxurious holiday maker- I’ve got you covered.
You’ve got a friend in Cambodia (literally, I’m nearby if you need me) and a comprehensive guide to show you the hidden side to Cambodia that you’d never see without this book…
|Title:||Cambodia: The Solo Girl's Travel Guide|
|Publisher:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform|
|Dimensions:||6 x 9 x 0.60 inches|
|File Size (Kindle):||14779 KB|
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