Cambodia- A place with historical values
Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in Asia but having magnificent historical values to travel for. The country is going through many issues as like long-term economic development remains a daunting challenge, inhibited by corruption, limited human resources, high-income inequality, and poor job prospects.
Now, if it’s that corrupted and poorest country then why one should visit this place? That’s because of its spectacular historical sites, and there are more amazing things to do in Cambodia that is, you can visit to Angkor Wat and other well-known offshoots to the unnerving Killing fields of Phnom Penh, these highlights make this part of the world a fascinating and rewarding place to visit.
More interesting fact is you can learn something from Cambodia’s checkered past. There was a time when Cambodia has seen its golden era which was between the 9th and 14thcentury (the Angkor period), during which it was powerful and prosperous empire that flourished and dominated almost all of inland Southeast Asia. In the fifteenth century, Cambodia experienced a decline of power, and in 1863, it became a protectorate of France. Between then many things happened and ultimately the United Nations designates Cambodia as a least developed country. Cambodia is a member of the United Nations, ASEAN, the RCEP, the East Asia Summit, the WTO, the Non-Aligned Movement and La Francophonie.
Cambodia is famous for its tourism, in addition to the magnificence of Angkor and the horror of the Khmer Rouge period, Cambodia has a complex cultural tapestry and a fascinating and long history. Cambodia is also famous for beautiful and sunny beaches, lush natural attractions, delicious food and the charming capital city of Phnom Penh.
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