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Cambodia Uncensored by Alvin Kim

Ever read a tourist guide book and think that they don't give you the full story? Do you wonder what Cambodia is really like? Author Alvin Kim will take you through Cambodia with hilarious, horrifying, and humbling stories from his month-long trip through the Kingdom of Wonder. From braving the bathrooms of the countryside and fighting off beggars to eating at a restaurant run by the North Korean government, each story paints a picture of a Cambodia never seen in guide books. Where other books stop, Cambodia: Uncensored begins.

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The Lost Executioner by Nic Dunlop

Between 1975 and 1979 the seemingly peaceful nation of Cambodia succumbed to one of the most bloodthirsty revolutions in modern history. Nearly two million people were killed. As head of the Khmer Rouge's secret police, Comrade Duch was responsible for the murder of more than 20,000 of them. Twenty years later, not one member of the Khmer Rouge had been held accountable for what had happened, and Comrade Duch had disappeared.

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CAMBODIA - Solo & Single Adventure by Wayne A. Freeman

This is a genuine book with no sugar coating as though seen through a panoramic lens of bewilderment and wonderment.
Cambodia, Solo & Single Adventure tells of the first-hand experiences of Wayne Freeman as he explores the other side of a country, the side the glossy brochures don’t tell you about.  However they should tell you, because this book takes the time to explore and relate what nobody else bothers to.

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Cambodia Entering a New Phase of Growth by Olaf Unteroberdoerster

Cambodia is poised to join a new generation of Asian frontier economies transitioning from low-income to emerging-market. But the path to greater and more shared prosperity requires a solid foundation of sound macroeconomic policies, enabling new growth drivers, tackling a highly dollarized and fragmented financial system, and creating more fiscal policy space to help meet Cambodia's vast development needs.

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Insight Guides Laos & Cambodia by Insight Guides

Laos and Cambodia maintain a formidable allure for travellers - thoughts of paradise beaches and ancient temples are enough to set feet itching. Be inspired to visit by the new edition of Insight Guide Laos and Cambodia, a comprehensive full-colour guide to this fascinating and dramatically beautiful country, home to eight of the world's ten highest mountains.

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The Rough Guide to Cambodia by Rough Guides

This in-depth coverage of Cambodia's local attractions, sights, and restaurants takes you to the most rewarding spots-from the ornate temple of Angkor Wat to the amazing street food of Phnom Penh to the gorgeous beaches of Sihanoukville-and stunning color photography brings the nation to life.

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Southeast Asian Food by Rosemary Brissenden

Classic and Modern Dishes from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia...

The diversity of cooking styles and the delicious range of fresh ingredients are just two of the reasons for the allure of Southeast Asian cooking. With a selection of recipes showing the varieties and unique properties of each cuisine, from tangy Thai salads, satisfying Vietnamese soups, aromatic Indonesian curries and exquisite Malaysian sambals, Southeast Asian Food is the authoritative book on the subject.

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Strolling around Phnom Penh by Jean-Michel Filippi

Since Phnom Penh is conspicuous in its absence of tourist guidebooks and visitors usually spend about two days to see Wat Phnom, the Royal Palace, the National Museum and the Tuol Slaeng (S 21) Museum, the need for a new much richer way of glimpsing history was recognized and has been created.

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How to survive retirement in South East Asia by Bill Dean

You've reached the end of your working life and you're planning your retirement in South-East Asia. You've enjoyed your holidays there, with enjoyed the year-round warm climate, the beaches, the food, the people - and a cost-of-living where your home currency goes a lot, lot further - at least that's your hope.

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