There's more to Cambodia than Angkor Wat and Phnom Penh! This revised and updated travel guide will take you on an adventure that winds through every province. It highlights sights and destinations far off the beaten track, many of which are still undiscovered by the typical tourist: the wild Cardamom Mountains on the Thai border, breathtaking Preah Vihear Temple in Cambodia's most remote province, and magnificent Boo-sra Waterfall and river gorge in the forests of Mondulkiri. This guidebook features government maps of every province and large city, along with 27 town maps surveyed by the author. A detachable map of Cambodia comes with the volume. Practical, up-to-date advice on how to prepare for a trip to Cambodia, from visas and vaccinations to airlines and border crossings, accompanies all the standard travel information--transportation, accommodations, services, safety, and sightseeing. Entertaining anecdotes from the author's own motorcycle adventures enhance this uniquely useful and engaging travel guide.Ia#39;ve seen far too many harried-looking tourists being carted all over on the regular tour circuit, looking overdosed on temple ruins. ... of day to get photos at Angkor Wat may not be late afternoon and early evening, as conventional wisdom and tour guides will tell you. ... Herea#39;s a tip: break away from conventional wisdom that tells you to go to certain sites only at certain times and you will be treated to much anbsp;...