I don’t think anyone is really expecting to be stood completely alone at the world’s most famous sunrise, but the real numbers might shock you. Add in some seasonal complications, and there’s more than a few reasons you should seriously consider whether you’d like to add the sunrise at Angkor Wat to your photography tour.
We had the opportunity recently to visit an incredibly unique exhibition on display in Siem Reap.”Cambodia Re-Awakening” is an exhibition of the incredible work of John Burgess, an American author and journalist who arrived in Phnom Penh in 1980 to document the immediate aftermath of the Khmer Rouge regime as the people of Cambodia looked to put the atrocities of Cambodia behind them and heal.
As of February 1st, the Angkor Wat ticket prices will rise to USD $37 for a single day visit. Get the low down on the rest of the prices, what that might mean for the park, and how it affects our photography tour pricing here.
The second of our “Behind the Scenes” series, we throw Chris in at the deep end, quite literally, and ask him to talk us through the process of making this beautiful image of the waterfall at Mt. Kulen in northern Siem Reap Province.
We have an exciting new feature on the ATP website – our “Behind the Scenes” series where we take a look at what went on behind the camera when our favourite photographs were made. Join us for our first feature where Ale chats about his shot of the drumming monks at Kampong Phluk.
An exciting new opportunity has presented itself for ATP photographer Régis. Read on to find out all about his new project connecting underprivileged Cambodian children with a long-running international photography festival in Provence, France.
With its noisy temples and packed pagodas, Pchum Ben is a Khmer holiday that often confuses visitors to Cambodia. Living here for years, we’ve been able to gain an understanding of the unique customs over time; we take today’s blog post to explain a little about the two-week celebration oft-referred to as the “Festival of the Dead.”
We’re delighted to be able to announce our new partnership with local NGO, Anjali House. For every day that you spend on tour with Angkor Travel Photography, we’ll donate $5 to our partners – read on to find out more about what Anjali House are doing to help the people of Cambodia.
We’ve only gone and gotten ourselves a shiny new website… But then you probably already knew that because you’re on it… or you don’t… because you’ve never seen the old one. Oh dear. You’d best read on to find out what’s changed at Angkor Travel Photography, and to discover all the new photographic goodness that you’ll find going on here in the weeks to come.