Angkor Wat wasn’t the only secret concealed by the jungles of Cambodia. This place, sandwiched between two well-known destinations has maintained its own unique culture. Tourists and monks in saffron still walk through the ancient temple grounds at Siem Reap, but for a more pensive stroll, try many of Cambodia’s charming places, still barely touched by the outside world. If you are sipping sweet Khmer coffee in Phenom Penh, once known as the “Pearl of Asia”, or if you prefer to eat fish caught by the skilled fishers of the ever-changing waters of Tonle Sap Lake, you will never lose your taste for the scenery and culture of Cambodia.