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Traveling is one of the most exciting experiences one can have. It is a great way to learn about new cultures, taste exotic foods, and see breathtaking views๐Ÿ˜‰
I am going to share my travel experience from Cambodia to Bali.

Cambodia: The Beginning of My Journey

My travel journey began in Cambodia, a country known for its rich history, ancient temples, and delicious cuisine. I started my trip by exploring the famous Angkor Wat temple complex, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The intricate carvings and stunning architecture of the temple were simply breathtaking.

Siem Reap: The Gateway to Angkor Wat

After exploring Angkor Wat, I headed to Siem Reap, a charming city located near the temple complex. I spent a few days in Siem Reap, exploring the local markets, trying out street food, and interacting with the friendly locals.

Phnom Penh: The Capital City of Cambodia

My next stop was Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia. The city is known for its vibrant culture, delicious cuisine, and fascinating history. I visited the Royal Palace, the National Museum, and the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum to learn about the country's past.

Bali: The Island Paradise

After exploring Cambodia, I flew to Bali, Indonesia. Bali is known for its stunning beaches, lush green rice fields, and vibrant culture. The island is a popular tourist destination and attracts millions of visitors every year.

Ubud: The Cultural Hub of Bali

My first stop in Bali was Ubud, a town known for its traditional dance performances, art galleries, and lush green forests. I spent a few days exploring the town, visiting local temples, and trying out traditional Balinese food.

Kuta: The Party Destination

After Ubud, I headed to Kuta, a popular tourist destination known for its stunning beaches, water sports, and nightlife. I spent my days sunbathing, surfing, and exploring the local bars and clubs.

Seminyak: The Luxury Getaway

My final stop in Bali was Seminyak, a town known for its luxury resorts, high-end restaurants, and designer boutiques. I spent my days relaxing by the pool, enjoying spa treatments, and indulging in delicious food.


My travel experience from Cambodia to Bali was truly unforgettable. I was able to learn about new cultures, try out delicious food, and see breathtaking views. If you're planning a trip to Southeast Asia, I highly recommend visiting Cambodia and take a Bali tour.


  1. What is the best time to visit Cambodia and Bali?

    • The best time to visit Cambodia is from November to March when the weather is dry and cool. Bali can be visited year-round, but the best time is from April to October when the weather is dry.
  2. Is it safe to travel to Cambodia and Bali?

    • Yes, both Cambodia and Bali are safe for tourists. However, it is always important to take necessary precautions and stay alert.
  3. What are some must-try foods in Cambodia and Bali?

    • In Cambodia, you must try Fish Amok, a traditional Khmer dish made with fish and coconut milk. In Bali, you should try Nasi Goreng, a popular Indonesian fried rice dish.
  4. What are some popular tourist attractions in Bali?

    • Some popular tourist attractions in Bali include Tanah Lot temple, Uluwatu temple, and Tegallalang Rice Terrace.
  5. How can I get around in Cambodia and Bali?

    • You can get around Cambodia and Bali by tuk-tuk, taxi, or motorbike. It is also possible to rent a car, but much more better take a bike, bcs absolutely crazy traffic

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Wow! Those are a lot of places you have visited! I have gone to the following: 

Utah- Camped for a week in the rocks! Visited all the arches and peaks. Freezing cold at night and super hot in the day. The ground is very red and out of this world! Literally feels like your on Mars. 

Atlanta- Awesome place! I am obsessed with American Horror Stories- Coven and I saw the scenes! We went to visit the Coca-Cola museum it was pretty cool. I met the Polar Bear ๐Ÿ˜„

New York- Beautiful place! We visited Broadway and watched Peter Pan! It was great and funny the actor broke out of character. Time square is so vibrant is awesome. 

Sadly, this is the only places I have gone but amazing experiences! Love this thread!

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Now this topic is more up my alley because I would love to make more memories traveling. I definitely love that you got to travel around, definitely a nice way to really enjoy a new place!

Nicaragua - I've been plenty of times since my family is from here, but we got to be tourists for once. We got to ride horses on the San Juan del Sur beach. We went zip-lining and got to see Costa Rica from the other side. (my favorite activity) We got on four-wheelers at Playa Mangos right at sunset. We got to stay in a beautiful rental with a view of Laguna de Apoyo. We did so much more, but I loved every minute of this trip!

Puerto Rico: This was very recent, and I stayed in San Juan. I got to parasail for the first time ever on Isla Verde, and it was so relaxing! We also did a zipline/hike activity (which I loved), and we got to zip line down a waterfall. For the last activity, we decided to do a bioluminescent tour in La Parguera. It's so beautiful at night, all you see are the houses against the water, and deeper in, all you hear is the soothing water and see the shadow of the island's. I was not prepared for the instructor to let us freely kayak so far in the dark but it definitely made it more memorable. After kayaking, we got to swim near the boat and play with the bioluminescent algae. 

I shared almost every detail, but those are my very memorable experiences in Central America.


The first time I went to the Philippines back in 1989 seeing guards with guns all over the city of Manila and had a guy with a pump action shotgun open the door to Mcdonalds. for me was a shock to the system coming from Aus