An article in Forbes Traveler by Don Willmott.
“Where can you experience authentic Southeast Asia without sharing it with busloads of other travelers?
The answer is simple: Find the places that fewer people know about. Throughout Southeast Asia, it’s easy to find viable alternatives to the wonderful but overcrowded destinations to which throngs of travelers typically flock.”
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Angkor Wat (Cambodia) was featured in a USA Today article.
In anticipation of Earth Day on Wednesday, now is a good time to focus on some of our planet’s unique — and endangered — travel destinations. Holly Hughes, author of the new Frommer’s 500 Places to See Before They Disappear, shares some with Tim Smight for USA TODAY.
Siem Reap, Cambodia
The capital of the Khmer kingdom from 802 to 1295, Angkor Wat is Cambodia’s chief tourist attraction — temples and shrines that cover 38 square miles. “More than 1 million tourists visit this ancient city every year, putting tremendous stress on the sandstone temples, stairs and walkways,” Hughes says. “It’s one of the world’s most endangered classical sites, and the Cambodian government may have to impose stricter quotas or even close certain buildings in the very near future.”
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