Angkor: an introduction to the temples
A Kaleidoscope of color, Indonesia's 13,677 islands harbor hundreds of mammal species, birds and insects; its people originate from 300 ethnic groups encompassing all the Asian cultures and religions. A master of his subject, author Bill Dalton guides the reader to the best Indonesia has to offer, from ram fighting in Bandung to the isolated tribe of the Asmat people, together with detailed information on surfing, snorkeling, climbing volcanoes, and traditional dance and crafts. There is also a generous selection of excerpts from literature about Indonesia including V S Naipaul on a Japanese soldier and a bicycle and David Attenborough on the Komodo dragon.
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Review: Guide to Angkor WatUser Review - Cliff - Goodreads
There are various books about Angkor by Dawn Rooney listed on Goodreads. Mine matches this ISBN number but is clearly a different book to that described - it deals with all the Angkor Temples and is ... Read full review
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A substantial book, well worth your time. Read as much as you can prior to a visit to Siem Reap; then read more after you've visited.
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