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Angkor Wat & Cambodia by Anton Swanepoel

Tips and advice to save you money and make your trip to Angkor Wat & Cambodia go smoother. Note, this book is not a guide to the different temples, but a guide to help you prepare for your visit to the temples and Cambodia, or possibly move to Cambodia.

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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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Cambodian Buddhism in the United States by Carol A. Mortland

Cambodian Buddhism in the United States is the first comprehensive anthropological study of Khmer Buddhism as practiced by Khmer refugees in the United States. Based on research conducted at Khmer temples and sites throughout the country over a period of three and a half decades, Carol A. Mortland uses participant observation, open-ended interviews, life histories, and dialogues with Khmer monks and laypeople to explore the everyday practice of Khmer religion, including spirit beliefs and healing rituals.

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Cambodia Practical Tips for Travelers by Elinor LeBaron

Practical tips for travelers exploring Cambodia, from Phnom Penh to the ancient temples of Angkor, a floating village, Buddhist temples, the Royal Palace complex and much more. Nearly 100 color photos and maps. Included, too, are useful notes on the culture and interesting things to see on your journey. This book gives you great advice on preparing for your trip to Cambodia, traveling inside Cambodia, lodging, dining, shopping, health, and points of interest. This is the book you should read BEFORE you go!

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Siem Reap: 20 Must See Attractions by Anton Swanepoel

What to do with your time in Siem Reap?

Siem Reap: 20 Attractions is your passport to discovering the best of Siem Reap, the gateway city of Angkor Wat. With the most relevant, up-to-date advice on which attractions to see or skip, visiting times for each attraction, entry fees, an amazing visit with hidden discoveries awaits you.

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Cambodia: Report From a Stricken Land by Henry Kamm

In Cambodia: Report from a Stricken Land, former Southeast Asia correspondent for the New York Times and Pulitzer Prize winner Henry Kamm gives a clear and definitive history of contemporary Cambodia from 1970 to the present. For more than thirty years, Kamm's high-level political and military connections allowed him unparalleled access to the leaders who shaped Cambodia into what it is today.

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Inside Phnom Penh by Sonya Duck

Inside Phnom Penh will provide information to help save you time and money both before you depart and when you arrive. It is a practical guide for those people moving to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, with the aim of working in the Kingdom's capital, doing a sabbatical, volunteering, living and working location independent or simply traveling as a local as opposed to a tourist.

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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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Aid Dependence in Cambodia by Sophal Ear

International intervention liberated Cambodia from pariah state status in the early 1990s and laid the foundations for more peaceful, representative rule. Yet the country's social indicators and the integrity of its political institutions declined rapidly within a few short years, while inequality grew dramatically. Conducting an unflinching investigation into these developments, Sophal Ear reveals the pernicious effects of aid dependence and its perversion of Cambodian democracy.

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