Cambodia and Burma 2014

by wired2theworld on June 4, 2015


In July 2014 David and I went to Cambodia and Burma for two weeks. We spent time with the Ponheary Ly Foundation, visited Koh Ker school, stayed at the feels-like-home Seven Candles Guesthouse, spent a night at a village guesthouse in Srayang, and trekked though the jungle near Koh Ker visiting temples most tourists never see.

From there we flew to Burma, visiting the temples along the plains of Bagan, stayed in an over water bungalow on Inle Lake, and ended the trip prowling the streets of Yangon, searching out street food and exploring the crumbling architecture, all while happily ensconced in colonial splendor of the Strand Hotel.
Bagan Sunset Dust Storm Small


Planning for Cambodia and Myanmar (Burma)



Siem Reap; The Old Market

Siem Reap’s Tchey School Media Center (Ponheary Ly Foundation)

Dining Out in Siem Reap Cambodia

Koh Ker School, Cambodia and the Ponheary Ly Foundation

Koh Ker Treks and Guesthouse



Myanmar (Burma):

Getting from Siem Reap to Burma, an Airport Hotel, and Yangon Airways

Hotel Tharabar Gate and Dining out in Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)

Visiting the Temples in Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)- Part 1

Visiting the Temples of Bagan Myanmar-Part 2

Inle Lake Resort, Myanmar (Burma)

A Day on Inle Lake, Myanmar (Burma); Ywama Market, In Dien, Ithtar Heritage House, and Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda

Inle Lake Local Market Myanmar (Burma)

Road Trip To Kakku, Myanmar (Burma)

The Strand Hotel, Yangon Myanmar (Burma)

Yangon Food Tour

Heritage Building Walking Tour Yangon, Myanmar

Schwedagon Pagoda, Yangon and Lunch at 999 Shan Noodle

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