Share some photos of Angkor WAT:
Wow, the stairs are steep in the last photo.
your feelings on visiting these ruins?
Please share more about your visit. Routing and cost from China??????
Can you share us more photos?
How many pixel is this camera？
The Camera is D50. You can imagine how hard I carry the camera to the top of the tower. It is 6 million.
I have many other photos. Let me post it later.
Jianshuo, how did you got the visa ?
Did you have to prove everything to the consulate ?
Your financial status, letter from the employer etc. ?
Please give a description.
Everything was done by the travel agency, and I don’t know what happened. I just gave them my passport, and they returned it to me with the visa on it.
Cambodia visa can be apply when you arrive at the airport in Cambodia so it just a matter of leaving your originate city.
What should I do if your photos are not shown in this article like your others blogs?
I am going to visit Angkor Wat next week. Would be very nice to see pictures you took.
more about Cambodia on : http://www.netvibes.com/cambodia
That is one amazing apsara carving. It’s so pretty beyond words! Great shot. Thanks for posting that.
Dear Jian Shuo,
I happen to come across your blog. Very nice photos…
Would you mind to share some info. about the travel agent you’ve used for your Angkor WAT trip (their contact info.)?
We will travel from/to Beijing.
Thank you in advance.
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