Angkor Wat is the starting point for your adventure. The walled city of Angkor Thom has magnificent faced gates and the enigmatic smiles of the Bayon at its heart.
The mysterious temples that surround Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom were part of a vast city over 100 sq kms and over one million population.
Beng Mealea Monk
The remote jungle temples sites like Beng Mealea, Koh Ker, Banteay Chhmar & Preah Vihear are stunning sites to visit . They have lot of human interest too!
Fisherman Kompong khleang
Cambodia's great lake is the largest in SE Asia it the more remote lake communities we visit are a photographic paradise especial for people & bird watching photography .
Fishing near Battembang
Cambodia's towns and countryside have friendly locals and almost endless photo opportunities. Cambodia country are areas are rich with culture and unique wildlife too!
Tiger at Ta Kmao
Cambodia has a lot of remote undeveloped areas which are home to elephants, bears, apes, leopards and even a few tigers.
The Prek Toal Bird sanctuary has tens of thousands of waterbirds including many endangered species. The Mekong River has a small population of the freshwater Irrawaddy dolphins.
Dave giving photo advice
The Peace of Angkor website has always been a useful source of photography advice and information for travelers to Cambodia.
Our new site continues this; with up to date advice to make your experience well informed & enjoyable!