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Backpackers – chapter II: CAMBODIA

Backpackers – chapter II: CAMBODIA

BACKPACKERS:
2 boys. 3 countries. 23 days.

Chapter II: CAMBODIA
We arrived in Phnom Penh by boat through the Mekong River and we spent about 8 days going up the country till Battambang, via Siem Reap.
Cambodia is fantastic and really varied: we moved from completely uncivilized areas to touristic places full of charm, like the archaeological site of Angkor, structures that leave you totally breathless.
This is ‘my’ Cambodia.

Other episodes:

backpackers – the prologue: vimeo.com/65525265
backpackers – chapter I: VIETNAM: vimeo.com/66648030
backpackers – chapter III: THAILAND:

Camera:
Canon 5d mkII

Click here to see trip’s pics by my friend Andrea Egidi:
flickr.com/photos/andrea-egidi/

A special thanks to Costanza Danelon, for the text in the subtitles.

Filmed & Edited by: Marco Santi

Music: Sigur Rós – Sæglópur

Cast: Marco Santi and sigur rós

The Mysterious Angkor Wat

The Mysterious Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat is one of the most revered and beloved travel destinations in the world. Two Cambodian locals, Yut and Chor, speak about the mystery, history, and beauty that surrounds the temple.

“Angkor Wat is so special to me, and Cambodians in general, because it is a symbol of Cambodian existence.”

Meet Yut at Angkor Walkers: angkorwalkers.com/ and Chor at Pepy Ride: pepycambodia.org/

Cast: Humanity.TV, Kerrin Sheldon and Gaston Blanchet