Angkor Wat is the number one attraction in Cambodia. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world’s largest religious monument. Originally built as a Hindu temple, Angkor Wat remains crammed with stone reliefs and statues of Vishnu, … Continue reading
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Yogyakarta is a sanskrit words. “Yogya” means proper or suitable and “Karta” means prosperous, and some belief this name was derived from indian city of Ayodhya, the birth place of Rama.
Our next destination is Bodhgaya, the place where Gautam Buddha became enlightened. Its took 4 hours to reach Bodhgaya from Varanasi and I’m so glad that manage include Bodhgaya in my itinerary. Bodhgaya, also known as Uruvela in the Buddha’s time, and today … Continue reading
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