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Lonely Planet, 2002 - Travel - 352 pages
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Go your own way in Cambodia with the most extensive guide to the kingdom: discover awe-inspiring temples, explore remote mountainous regions, laze on tranquil beaches or live it up in cosmopolitan Phnom Penh. • 57 detailed maps and temple plans • new, expanded coverage of the remote northern and eastern provinces • food and accommodation suggestions for every budget • includes Khmer script and invaluable language chapter

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Review: Cambodia (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Talbot Hook - Goodreads

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Review: Cambodia (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Christin - Goodreads

Lots of useful information (specifically maps!), but a little out-of-date. In LP's defense, it's a bit hard to stay up-to-date in a country like Cambodia, where everything is changing so fast ... Read full review

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Ray studied history and politics at Warwick University. He has been a journalist in London.

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