Photography Corner: Cambodia and Vietnam

Southeast Asia is a must see for many travelers.  Thousands flock here annually to experience the culture, natural beauty and history of this region.  Not always famous for the best reasons, Cambodia and Vietnam have rich histories that have been played out among some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.  Angkor Wat, Phnom Penh, and Hue, to name a few, all contain scars bearing testimony to the conflict that occurred not too long ago in this region.  Despite, or perhaps in part because of these reminders, SE Asia remains a beautiful and fascinating destination for any world traveler.

I recently returned from a two-week trip from Bangkok to Hanoi.  Here is a collection of some of my favorite shots from the highlights of my trip. From the vibrant energy of cities like Saigon and Hanoi, to the awe-inspiring Angkor temples, to the relaxing backdrop of Halong Bay, there are no shortage of things to do and see in SE Asia.  This is only a snapshot of some the amazing places these countries have to offer! To read more about my trip, check out Southeast Asia on a Shoestring Schedule.

Photographs by: Jamie Shannon


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