Kiss Sleeping Beauty awake – rediscover ancient Angkor
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Angkor is worth your journey
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In Corona and the climate crisis, one travels sustainably, once a year, and stays at one place.
Angkor is a place where you can spend weeks, exited by temples, roaming tropical landscapes, and: "It's the people that 'make' this country special", as Andy Brouwer says.
You fly to Siem Reap Angkor and spend several weeks there in touch with the country.
On the one hand, the travel footprint is substantial; on the other hand, you can have a sustainable vacation there in one place, preferably cycling.
Siem Reap was until recently a tourism hub and still offers everything the traveller could wish.
When can we travel again?
I will keep you up-to-date.
Angkor's temples are unique
After the crowds have disappeared, there is emptiness, tranquillity and magical solitude.
You can rediscover the temples at your leisure.
In the centre of the Ta Prohm temple, where masses of visitors used to gather. (Photo: William Warren, https://www.zindagiphoto.com)
However, the temples have their secrets. To bring them to life, you have to take your time, get involved with them and know something about their history.
Leisurely roaming Angkor
I did that 20 years ago; now, it is much easier and more productive than to follow the trodden path.
Go in small groups, preferably by bicycle.
A network of trails invites you. Let us go!
Angkor is a paradise for cyclists
The landscape is as flat as a table, and most of the temples are within easy reach.
Orientation & guidance for independent travellers
Free individual service for travellers
I am Reinhart Zieger, a studied historian and experienced teacher with 20 years of Angkor experience.
I have discovered the secrets of the temples; now they are telling me marvellous stories.
I am glad to hear your questions, needs, wishes, and criticism to work better for you, and I am happy to answer your e-mails.