An early account of Angkor and pre-colonial Cambodial included in this compendium on the Siamese Kingdom in the 1830s-1850s.
A richly illustrated journey through Indochina, and in particular Cambodia in the early years of the French Protectorate.
A documented profile of the later-acclaimed explorer, who had died in Laos and whose fame had not been yet established.
In modern Laos and Thailand, Khmer art of building and sculpting is still highly visible
The mystery of the Plain of Jars, in modern Laos, and what it teaches us about ancient burial rites in...
A stimulating travel blog looking for ancient kingdoms behind the facade of modernity.
How did Franciscan, Dominican and Jesuit missionaries interact with the rulers of Cambodia?
Mon and Mon-Khmer tribes came from the North, not from the South: new insights on an old controversy among linguists...
The English, more complete version of the historic travelogue by naturalist and explorer Henri Mouhot.
A short yet vivid description of Laos in the 1920s, with references to Angkor-related legends.