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Southeast Asia Considers Introducing One Travel Visa to Rule Them All

March 24th, 2011
Right now, planning a tour of Southeast Asia requires more research and paperwork than a tour of Europe. Each country has its own travel visa requirements for tourists, ranging from relatively permissive (Thailand) to restrictive bureaucratic spiderwebs like those in Vietnam. In as little as 5 years, though, that may change. As part of its strategic plan to encourage tourism in member countries, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) is trying to introduce one travel visa to rule them all: a Schengen-like visa that would allow tourists to travel effortlessly between countries such as Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines and Brunei. Stuart McDonald of told the Inquirer Global Nation that visa regulat


Get a Cambodian Visa to Visit Banteay Srei

March 18th, 2011
If Angkor Wat is the symbol of Cambodia, Banteay Srei is its hidden jewel. Though it's located off the beaten path, it's still fairly easy to get to from Siem Reap. This tiny temple was built in the 10th century AD. Built of red sandstone, it is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. Part of the attraction of Angkor Wat is its scale: there's something sublime walking through the immense ruins, half reclaimed by the jungle. But Banteay Srei is proof that good things can come in small packages, too. Asia for Visitors calls Banteay Srei "perhaps the most intricately carved and beautiful of the temples." Gods and goddesses adorn the temple's red sandstone walls, all rendered in exquisitely detailed relief. Tourism of Cambodia gives this rather fanciful description of the site: "Banteay S


Cambodian Visa Requirements to Visit the Eco-lodges of Koh Kong

March 5th, 2011
Cambodia's remote Koh Kong province is a jungle paradise filled with endangered elephants, tigers, crocodiles, monkeys and more, plus pristine sandy beaches with nary a condo in sight. The province is also home to some of the last remaining virgin rainforests in the country, and it is quickly becoming model of sustainable development as conservation groups and conservation-minded businesspeople partner with local villagers to build eco-friendly lodges and tourist establishments. The increased income provided by tourism has given local villagers the incentive and the breathing room to preserve the surrounding forests. Instead of hunting, they now guide tourists. The money that visitors bring in means that families no longer have to engage in destructive practices like illegal logging o


5 Reasons to Get a Cambodian Visa

August 24th, 2010
Each year, more and more international tourists discover Cambodia for the first time. Here are 5 great reasons to get a Cambodian visa and explore this magical country yourself: 1. Angkor Wat The national symbol of Cambodia, Angkor Wat is a massive Hindu temple/Buddhist shrine. Built in the early 12th century, it towers over the surrounding jungle, richly decorated with reliefs, sculptures and statues. 2. Phnom Penh Cambodia's capital is another must-see. Bustling and vibrant, Phnom Penh is a great place to shop, eat, or just contemplate Cambodian history, whether in a gilded Buddhist temple or at a somber memorial to the people who died in Cambodia's killing fields. 3. Siem Reap Siem Reap is a great base for visiting the temples at Angkor Wat, but it's also an interesti


Cambodian Visa Requirements to Visit the Temple of Preah Vihear

May 30th, 2010
This week's featured UNESCO World Heritage Site is located in Cambodia, along its border with Thailand.  The immense temple of Preah Vihear is one of the jewels of Khmer architecture.  Construction on the temple began in the 9th century, but the temple complex was rebuilt and improved by successive generations of Khmer rulers. Originally dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, it was eventually converted to a Buddhist temple when Buddhism overtook Hinduism in popularity in the region. Located along a cliff for maximum dramatic impact, the temple is an impressive sight for pilgrims and tourists alike. Since the temple is located right along the border of Thailand and Cambodia, it was the source of a decades -long dispute between the two countries.  However, in 1962, the International Cou


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