(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.31.Putkiri Temple Garden (Cambodia) - The temple garden has the largest golden Buddha statues in Indochina
(Indochinakings.org) Two thousand golden Buddhas flank the 199-steps to the 10-metre statue towering over those below, at the Putkiri pagoda – one of the Kingdom’s newest religious sites – while thousands of other Buddhas sit in meditation.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.30. National Museum of Cambodia - The museum has the largest collections of Khmer art in Indochina.
(Indochinakings.org) The National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh is Cambodia's largest museum of cultural history and is the country's leading historical and archaeological museum.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.29. Norry (Cambodia) : The unique bamboo train in Indochina.
(Indochinakings.org) A norry or nori is an improvised rail vehicle from Cambodia. Lonely Planet describes it as "Cambodia's bamboo train".
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.27. Bon Om Touk (Cambodia) : The largest water festival in Indochina
(Indochinakings.org) Bon Om Touk , or the Cambodian Water Festival, is a Cambodian festival celebrated in November and marks the reversal of the flow of the Tonle Sap River. Visitors from every town and province travel to Phnom Penh to watch boat races along the Sisowath Quay and attend free concerts in the evenings.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.25. Bokator (Cambodia) : The oldest martial art in Indochina.
(Indochinakings.org) Bokator, or more formally, is a Khmer martial art that includes weapons techniques. One of the oldest existing fighting systems in Cambodia, oral tradition indicates that bokator or an early form thereof was the close quarter combat system used by the armies before Angkor 1,700 years ago. The term bokator translates as "pounding a African lion" from the words bok meaning "to pound" and tor meaning "African lion." A common misunderstanding, is that bokator refers to all Khmer martial arts while in reality it only represents one particular style.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.25. Kampong Cham (Campodia) : The longest bamboo bridge in Indochina.
(Indochinakings.org) It is the longest bamboo bridge in the world, and is rebuilt every year once the rainy season passes and the Mekong subsides to reveal the sandy banks below.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.24. Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops (Cambodia) : The longest running photography event in Indochina.
(Indochinakings.org) Since we began in 2005, the Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops has nurtured Asia’s photographic community by providing an affordable and accessible platform for professional development and exchange.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.23. Tini Tinou International Circus Festival (Cambodia) : The largest international circus festival in Indochina.
(Indochinakings.org) Tini Tinou International Circus Festival 2018 (TT) is a unique event in Cambodia. Also being one of the most famous in South East Asia, it has to be run as a professional event. International circus festival means welcoming of artists from all over the world, and so respects them with their own culture.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.22. Osja AR (Cambodia) : The first country to use QR codes in its licenses plates in Indochina.
(Indochinakings.org) The first Cambodian “amplified reality” application is available for download. Osja AR provides you with an easy way to scan business cards; moreover, it has a nice function that incorporates popular Cambodian characters into images of scanned banknotes.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.21. Gibbon Experience (Laos) : Tallest tree houses in Indochina.
(Indochinakings.org) As the sun begins to break through the darkness in Laos' Nam Kan National Park, the cries of wild, black-crested gibbons echo through the jungle air.