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UNESCO SITES

UNESCO IN ASEAN CAMBODIA ANGKOR /1992

• Angkor is one of the most

important archaeological sites in ASEAN, and while most people think only of the iconic Angkor Wat temple, the UNESCO site actually encompasses far more. Angkor covers about 400 square kilometres and contains the magnificent artistic and architectural remains of the capitals of the Khmer Empire,

which reigned in Cambodia from the 9th to the 15th century, as well as dense jungle and water features.

INDONESIA KOMODO NATIONAL PARK /1991

• The volcanic islands of Komodo

National Park are inhabited by about 5,000 giant lizards – the famous Komodo Dragons, so named for their fierce appearance and behaviour. This national park,

Pader Island, Komodo National Park (above); Komodo dragon on the beach (left) ASIA CRUISE DIRECTORY 2019

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Asia Cruise Directory 2019  

Welcome to the 2019 edition of the Asia Cruise Directory - everything the industry needs to inspire new passengers and increase the populari...

Asia Cruise Directory 2019  

Welcome to the 2019 edition of the Asia Cruise Directory - everything the industry needs to inspire new passengers and increase the populari...