(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.8. Kampong Kdei Bridge (Cambodia)– The Oldest Laterite Bridge in Indochina
(Indochinakings.org) Kampong Kdei Bridge, also known as the Dragon Bridge or Spean Praptos, locates in Siem Reap province and has a life expectancy of over 1000 years. It is said to be the oldest laterite bridge in Southeast Asia and the oldest bridge in Cambodia.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.7. Bayon Temple (Cambodian) - The Only Ancient Stone Temple with Smiling Faces in Indochina
(Indochinakings.org) The Bayon Temple is one of the more famous, popular and beautiful of the structures in the Angkor Wat Archaeological Park. Situated just to the north of Angkor Wat itself, the temple was once at the centre of the ancient city of Angkor Thom. It's sometimes called Jayavarman's Temple, in honour of the Khmer king who ordered its construction. It's best known for its many towers with gently smiling faces on each side.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.6. Koh Ker Temple - the only Pyramid in Indochina
(Indochinakings.org) Koh Ker is not built according to the typical "temple tower" architecture. At first glance, this is the only Pyramid known in Cambodia, even Indochina.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.5. The Great Lake Tonle Sap - The biggest lake in Indochina.
(Indochinakings.org) Tonle Sap is the largest freshwater lake in not only Cambodia but in whole Indochina, featuring a unique and diverse ecological system.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.4. Tham Khoun Xe Cave (Laos) – The Biggest River Cave In Indochina.
(Indochinakings.org) The famous cave of Laos begins from Annam Trung Sun Mountain in the Vietnam-Lao Border, crosses the Nakhai Highland, and flows to Mekong River. Tham Khoun Xe Cave was first discovered in 1905 by a French discoverer: Paul Macey.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.03. The Khone Falls (Laos) - the largest waterfall in Indochina.
(Indochinakings.org) The Khone falls, a series of cascading waterfalls in the Mekong river is one of Laos’ most beautiful natural attractions. The impressive falls in Champasak province near the Cambodian border are the largest in volume in Indochina.
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.2. The jars of the dead (Laos) - The largest plain of 2,000 Year old stone jars in Indochinakings
(Indochinakings.org) Speckled across thousands of square kilometres of the Xieng Khouang plateau - now known as the 'Plain of Jars' for that very reason - these empty megalithic structures from the Iron Age number in the thousands, with some reaching nearly three metres in height (10 feet).
(INDOCHINA TRIP.2019) The Journey To Promote New Records In Indochina - P.1. Cambodia’s Rubbish Cafe - The First 'Garbage Cafe', where people can exchange trash for drinks.
(Indochinakings.org) As Southeast Asia grapples with massive tides of rubbish hitting its beaches, a Cambodian coffee shop owner is looking to build a business out of some of this waste as a way to promote sustainability.
Phnom Chhnork is the most spectacular cave complex in the Kampot area. Limestone mountains dot the landscape around Kampot and between Kampot and Kep and limestone caves are not a rare sight in this area.
The Institute of Oceanography in Nha Trang City (Khanh Hoa Province) is considered a Wikipedia on marine ecological system. Visitors to the Institute can observe the rich and lively images as well as learn about the life of the sea creatures and ecological samples.