Angkor is one of the most important archaeological sites of Southeast Asia, a region of Cambodia that served as capital of the Khmer Empire. The site is an extraordinary testament of a mighty civilization that ruled for centuries. The architecture of this place is simply amazing, with many religious and symbolic values – a true cradle of culture. What makes this place even more special is the water that surrounds it. There are artificial canals and reservoirs that expand all around Angkor and give it that magic timeless look.
This spiritual home is a true keeper of Cambodian culture, history and many legends. It was named a World Heritage Site in 1992 and taken under protection by UNESCO in 1993.