Cambodia

Angkor Wat just outside Siem Reap, the largest religious complex in the World, built by the kmer king Suryavarman in the 12th Century.

The temple site measures 162,6 hectares

Angkor Wat was originally a hindutemple dedicated to the God Vishnu, gradually it was transformed into a buddhist temple.

The temple is at the top of the high classical style of Kmer architecture and has become a symbol of Cambodia.

Parts of Angkor was a hidden treasure for a long time and was overgrown by huge trees when it was found.

Monks waiting for the morning gift which will be todays first meal.

What was the similarity to selfie when these temples were built.

Beautiful ceiling

When the rainy season comes this problem will be solved

Going from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh on Tonle Lake

Tortle Sap

Here you can see how high the water level will be when the rainy season comes.

The Royal Palace in Phnom Penh

Liviistona chinensis or in english, palmetto.

Part of the torture center S1 in Phnom Penh.

A cell in the torture center.

In the russian market you can buy almost anything.

There are 343 killing fields in Cambodia. In this field outside Phnom Penh 20 000 people are buried.

The whole Cambodia is covered with advertising for the dominant political party, CPP, Cambodian Peoples Party.

Rubber tree plantation

Gas station worker

Floating holiday houses. When the high water comes the houses will be removed and when it´s low water they will be rebuild again.

Permanent houses close to the river.

Monks walking around at the holiday houses.

Washing clothes

Going in to Laos

Cambodias area is 40 procent of Swedens but it has 50 procent more inhabitants