Instagramming Cambodia

If you haven’t noticed already, I took a lot of photos when I travelled through Cambodia. If you think I’ve taken a lot of photos from what I’ve shared on this blog, well, you still have no idea. My hard drive is full of them. When I look at all of the photos I took, it makes me wonder how I found time to do anything else when I was there. Anyway, the point is that Cambodia is such a photogenic place that I found myself constantly pressing my shutter button.

Of course, my DSLR camera wasn’t the only one getting a work out. My phone’s shutter button got pretty worn out as well, and as I do on all of my trips these days, I made live photo updates on Instagram for the duration of my trip. In today’s post, I’d like to share my favourite Instagram photos from Cambodia. Ah the memories…

Khmer Curry in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Khmer Curry in Phnom Penh – First meal in Cambodia

Silver Pagoda in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

The Silver Pagoda at the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh

Spring Rolls in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Spring Rolls at the Russian Market in Phnom Penh

Bloody footprints at Tuol Sleng Prison in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Bloody footprints at Tuol Sleng Prison in Phnom Penh – A sombre reminder of the Khmer Rouge Genocide

Street scene in Kampot, Cambodia

A typical street scene in Kampot

Riding a scooter from Kampot to Kep in Cambodia

Stopped for a photo while riding a scooter from Kampot to Kep

Char Kroeung in Kampot, Cambodia

Char Kroeung in Kampot – another delicious Cambodian dish

Beach in Sihanoukville, Cambodia

A very deserted Serendipity Beach on a stormy day in Sihanoukville

Tuk tuk driver waiting for a fare in Siem Reap, Cambodia

A tuk tuk driver waits for a fare in Siem Reap – His tuk tuk reads “Taxi VIP Batman Trasport” – Surely that will attract a few customers.

Market in Siem Reap, Cambodia

The busy fresh produce section of the central market in Siem Reap

Bakong temple in Angkor, Cambodia

Bakong in the Roluos Group of temples in Angkor

Preah Ko temple in Angkor, Cambodia

The beautifully restored towers of Preah Ko in the Roluos Group, Angkor

Banteay Srei temple in Angkor, Cambodia

Banteay Srei has the most intricate carvings of all of the temples in Angkor

Chicken Amok served in a coconut in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Chicken Amok served in a coconut in Siem Reap, washed down with a 50 cent glass of cold Cambodia beer.

Amazing faces of Bayon temple in Angkor, Cambodia

The amazing faces of Bayon in Angkor

Ta Phrom temple in Angkor, Cambodia

The jungle clad Ta Phrom temple in Angkor

French colonial architecture in Battambang, Cambodia

Lovely old French Colonial architecture in Battambang

Thick beef noodle soup in Battambang, Cambodia

Beef thick noodle soup in Battambang

Busy market street in Kampong Cham, Cambodia

Busy market street in Kampong Cham

Cycling along a quiet street in Kampong Cham, Cambodia

Cycling along a quiet street in Kampong Cham

Mekong View in Kampong Cham, Cambodia

View of the Mekong River in Kampong Cham

Rice field on Koh Trong, Cambodia

View of a rice field while cycling around Koh Trong – an island in the Mekong River at Kratie

Sunset on the Mekong River in Kratie, Cambodia

Sunset on the Mekong River in Kratie

Searching for Irrawaddy Dolphins on the Mekong River, Cambodia

Searching for Irrawaddy Dolphins on the Mekong River in Kampi

I hope that these photos inspire you to visit this amazing country. I can’t wait to go back to Cambodia.

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26 comments… add one
  • Jen Seligmann Jan 26, 2014

    Great shots! I especially love the sunset on the Mekong. The cloud formations are awesome.

    • Dean Wickham Feb 4, 2014

      Thanks Jen. The sunsets in Kratie are always amazing. It’s the thing to do in the late afternoon πŸ™‚

  • vakta mondal Jan 26, 2014

    Awesome blog. And experience on photography unbelievable. All shots are really frivolous like a picture frame.

  • Cheryl Howard Jan 27, 2014

    Lovely photos. I especially like the ones of the temples and sunset. πŸ™‚

    • Dean Wickham Feb 4, 2014

      Thanks Cheryl! The sunset one is my particular favourite as well πŸ˜‰

  • Lehnetrotter Jan 27, 2014

    I like the one with the man on his TukTuk! thats typical for cambodia!

    • Dean Wickham Feb 4, 2014

      It is very typical Cambodia isn’t it? There is always at least a few tuk tuk drivers lazing around in their tuk tuks, especially around popular areas such as markets.

    • Rachel Feb 24, 2015

      This post is amazing. Your high quality images have captured the real beauty of Cambodia in an amazing manner. Great work.

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  • abirami Feb 3, 2014

    u keep eating ….

    • Dean Wickham Feb 4, 2014

      Yes, yes I do. That is what us humans do for sustenance πŸ˜‰ Plus I really love food.

      • abirami Feb 4, 2014

        gud , keep doing that,

  • abirami Feb 4, 2014

    dean ,can iask u something, whenever i visit some old places , like budhist monastry, or someplace ancient where lots of pujas has been held, i tend to feel vibrations , hav u ever felt the same

    • Dean Wickham Feb 5, 2014

      Vibrations? No I can’t say that I have, Abirami. Perhaps it is something personal for you. I take it that you are religious?

      • abirami Feb 6, 2014

        no dean i am not religious , but vibrations just enter my body , how to describe it, i dont know exactly, it feels like tiny bubbles just bursting under u r skin, sometimes i feel this is how X 100 times yogis must feel when they are in eternal bliss, it feels gud actually after that , y i dont know ,it makes me smile ,is it becoz of the places or it is just me , i always wonder, , bye ,, continue u r eating trail…..

        • Dean Wickham Feb 15, 2014

          Hi Abirami. If it makes you smile, makes you happy and feel good, then it doesn’t really matter what causes it. It is all good πŸ™‚ Thanks for stopping by.

  • Susan Feb 6, 2014

    Hey,
    Lovely place with the rich cultural heritage. And special thanks to the photographer. You have captures the real cambodia I believe.

    Thanks
    Susan

    • Dean Wickham Feb 15, 2014

      Thanks Susan. It’s quite easy to take good photos when the subject is so good πŸ™‚ Cheers

  • AlicevstheWorld Nov 19, 2016

    All these photos are fantastic, I’ll definitely be checking you out on instagram!

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  • Albert Barkley May 11, 2017

    Wow. All dishes look much delicious to eat. Can you share the recipe of some dishes especially of curry?

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