Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Random >> All the way from Siem Reap, Cambodia

Posted by Wan Nur Syazana Wan Mohamad Ariffin at 2:26 AM 0 comments
I've traveled to Cambodia last July. It was a splendid journey going from one temple to another. To visit the Angkor temples there has been one of my dreams. Well at least now I can scratch Cambodia off my list. 
Here are a few of the most beautiful pictures I took while in Siem Reap. 

This was taken during sunrise at Angkor Wat. It was perfect. 

This if I'm not mistaken is the ruins of Bayon Temple located in Angkor Thom's complex. The complexion and reflection are just amazingly surreal. It felt unreal that day. 
It was really hot yet the scorching hot sun did not break us of our will to explore the park.

This gorgeous view was taken during our visit to Prasat Neak Pean. This I can say among all the other pictures I have taken with my EOS65D is the most beautiful. Thanks to the scattered clouds, the reflection and combination of blues and greens.

Cycling. It is the main mode of transportation in Siem Reap. The petrol price is just too high that most of the folks there couldn't afford it. Hence the bicycle. See, be thankful Malaysians that we are not experiencing what they are right now.








A couple of shots of me and my travelling buddies (whom I would love to travel again with)

I'm gonna leave you guys with this last photo of mine taken at Tonle Sap Lake during sunset.


I have 1000 plus photos in my computer. Too many to sort through. =) That's all for now!

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Random >> All the way from Siem Reap, Cambodia

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I've traveled to Cambodia last July. It was a splendid journey going from one temple to another. To visit the Angkor temples there has been one of my dreams. Well at least now I can scratch Cambodia off my list. 
Here are a few of the most beautiful pictures I took while in Siem Reap. 

This was taken during sunrise at Angkor Wat. It was perfect. 

This if I'm not mistaken is the ruins of Bayon Temple located in Angkor Thom's complex. The complexion and reflection are just amazingly surreal. It felt unreal that day. 
It was really hot yet the scorching hot sun did not break us of our will to explore the park.

This gorgeous view was taken during our visit to Prasat Neak Pean. This I can say among all the other pictures I have taken with my EOS65D is the most beautiful. Thanks to the scattered clouds, the reflection and combination of blues and greens.

Cycling. It is the main mode of transportation in Siem Reap. The petrol price is just too high that most of the folks there couldn't afford it. Hence the bicycle. See, be thankful Malaysians that we are not experiencing what they are right now.








A couple of shots of me and my travelling buddies (whom I would love to travel again with)

I'm gonna leave you guys with this last photo of mine taken at Tonle Sap Lake during sunset.


I have 1000 plus photos in my computer. Too many to sort through. =) That's all for now!

 

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