Robam Tep Apsara is a traditional Cambodian dance that was created by the Royal Ballet of Cambodia during the middle of the twentieth century, around the 1960s. The Apsara who is played by a woman, wears traditional Khmer dress.
The Apsara’s graceful, curving gestures narrate classical myths and old religious stories. This mystifying performance is a popular go-to for foreign tourists who are visiting Cambodia. Most shows are accompanied by a meal where you can have some traditional Khmer food. The duration of the evening is generally around two hours and feature many traditional stories from Cambodia. While in Siem Reap you can go to the free evening viewing of the show at The Temple on Pub Street.
On the west side of Koh Rong is Long Beach. It is an empty and fairly un spoilt area of the Island. The beach itself is probably the best area on Koh Rong to catch the sun set.
To get to long beach you need to hike for one hour across the island through a jungle. There is a small bit of climbing involved but it is worth it as the beach is quite spectacular.
If you are feeling lazy though you have an option to squeeze into an over filled water taxi that will take one hour and cost roughly five dollars.
Spotted this cow hanging around close to the last station on the bamboo train tour in Battambang. There doesn’t seem to be much work for these guys at this time of the year but I am sure as soon as the rainy season is over he’ll be back in action. Traditionally, draft animals such as water buffalo and oxen have had an important role in the preparation of rice fields throughout Cambodia.
The Bamboo train tour is a unique experience to part take in while in Battambang. Your tuk tuk driver will take you there and it costs around 10-15 Dollars. Be prepared to be bothered by the kids at the end of this tour…so bring plenty of single dollars!!
Tudenham House lies on the western shore of lough Ennell in Mullingar, Co.Westmeath, Ireland.