Cambodia. Ediz. Inglese

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Lonely Planet, 2005 - Travel - 336 pages
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Angkor Wat is just the beginning. If you want to dig deeper into the real Cambodia, this guide is your key. Unlock the mysteries of the sacred temples, share the Mekong with endangered dolphins, and eat with pythons and cobras by your side. With Lonely Planet, you’ll have the adventure you always dreamed of.

Expert Resident Author– providing the best insider tips and tricks.

Unbeatable Accuracy– updated on the road, in person.

The World's Best Travel Maps

No Guesswork– pinionated reviews and inspiring highlight sections.

Listings For All Budgets– from pinching pennies to living large.

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Review: Cambodia (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Talbot Hook - Goodreads

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Review: Cambodia (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Christin - Goodreads

Lots of useful information (specifically maps!), but a little out-of-date. In LP's defense, it's a bit hard to stay up-to-date in a country like Cambodia, where everything is changing so fast ... Read full review

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Ray studied history and politics at Warwick University. He has been a journalist in London.

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