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After spending 6 months in Asia, Cambodia is one of the most interesting countries we have ever seen.

Why? It’s very simple. One thing to do absolutely is to visit the temples of Angkor. It is one of the most beautiful and ancient archaeological sites in the world. They are located near the town of Siem Reap, a nice town to visit for a few days. We also went to Phnom Penh, the place to party after biking for 3 days around the Angkor temples.

Come and discover with us the country’s  gluten free Khmer restaurants , and don’t bother not knowing where to go anymore: we did it for you!

Click here to have gluten free Cambodian card

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