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A Twist of History and Culture: A Day in Bagota, Cambodia

A Twist of History and Culture: A Day in Bagota, Cambodia

Oct 6, 2014

Going on a nature trip can be relieving, but going on a trip on museum and different architectures can sometimes leave you speechless. Going on a trip to Bagota did give a taste of Columbian history and culture, those history classes what I once thought was boring struck me, Things are way more interesting once you’d get a feel of the architecture. A night in Bagota can be a night on luxury since its one of the cities where some of the most influential Columbian families resides. Listed below is a list of the most beautiful architectures and museums that you can visit while you’re within the area, and I’ll put in some of the best places to hit for a zest of night life too. Check out the Museums What’s Bagota without checking out the museums? This place has got a lot to offer from the Gold Museum down to the Maloka Museum that can leave you on a cultural state of shock. •    Gold Museum- known as the biggest gold museum in the world it has more that 50,000 (image By : Sebastian) Take a stroll on their parks and gardens Famous Architectures (image by : Seth Marrs ) __________________________________________ Related post :  The Story Of The Malaysian Art And Culture of Malaysia Feature image by :  Seth...

A Travellers Guide In Back Packing Your Way To Cambodia

A Travellers Guide In Back Packing Your Way To Cambodia

Oct 3, 2014

As we all know, Cambodia is one of the cheapest places to travel, most especially when you’re on a tight budget, but then again you gave to be very tricky and smart in terms of backpacking your way through this beautiful destination. Be prepared to get lost and try out their delicacies, you’ll be surprised with what you’ll eat. Be brave enough to go through wild terrains and muddy mountains, only then will you be able to appreciate the beauty of this land. Listed below are a few tips in backpacking your way through Cambodia. Stay in Hostels Staying in hostels or backpackers lounge is the best way to save and get your money’s worth, not to mention they’d have rooms for as low as $7/ night, yes it’s really cheap and clean too. You’d get to have your own bathroom and a fan with comfy mattresses and clean towels. Garden Village Guest House is one of the best places to stay; they have a light clean ambiance that gives you a good night sleep to prep you up for the next day. (image by : Grumbler %-|) Visit the Architectural Landscapes Cambodia is one of the best places to travel if you’re in for an architectural landscape tour, and yes they do have the best temples (so far) with amazing background stories and guides come in very cheap too. It’s best if you go with other groups, that way you’d get to split the Guide Fee amongst other tourists.  Or you can wander alone without a guide if you like, just bring a map with you (tried going around without a map, it took me more than an hour to find my way back. Check out the beach What’s an adventure in Cambodia without a dash of sunshine and sandy beaches? Yes you got me, needless to say, Cambodia is filled with beautiful hidden beaches in which you can just hang a hammock and feel safe, though a bit far from the city, the best beaches are about an hour or an hour and a half drive still they’d give you the peace that your soul longs for, not to mention they’re beaches...