From Cambodia I haven’t seen much: 2 days in Phon Penh and 2,5 weeks in Siem Reap.
In Siem Reap I did my first Yoga Retreat, with Hariharalaya. One week of daily yoga practice and meditation, massages and delicious vegan food, shared with amazing people and friendly staff.
The remains of the Khmer Empire of Angkor Wat complex is a must go, despite being crowded with tourists. Every place seems like time capsule. Each temple is more beautiful than the other and doing the tour by bicycle, gives a better idea of the complex’s scale.
The unforgettable experience was staying overnight at Kompong Kleang, a floating fisherman village in Tonlé Sape Lake. There I could enjoy a beautiful sunset, sleeping in a local house and eating local food. The highlight was the sunrise boat trip into the lake – a must do if you have the time.
Time to unplug from the computer, recharge batteries and get to Rote Island. The beginning of my Indonesia journey.
For many years, Raja Ampat was on my bucket list, just as a dream that we think it’s to far away to get it come true.
Singapore, is a place where so different cultures living in perfect harmony. We can find Indian, Muslim, Chinese people every where and experience a little bit of their culture without leaving the same city.