Out-of-the-box considerations on Khmer Art and the fall of Angkor.
One of the first published travel accounts from French explorers at the end of the 19th century, with hunting anecdotes...
First edition of Henri Mouhot's famous relation on his journeys through Indochina.
A poetic and musical musing through the ruins of Angkor.
From Ceylon (Sri Lanka), Madurai (South India) and Canton (Guanghzou), an inspiring travelogue towards Angkor, with a magnificient description, and...
Poison Arrows: Strange Journey with an Opium Dreamer, Annam, Cambodia, Siam and The Lotos Isle of Bali
A smart feminist in 1935 Angkor. Sensuality, hints to opium-enticed paradises, Bali women: "Asia lifted its curtain at the moonlit...
A stimulating travel blog looking for ancient kingdoms behind the facade of modernity.
The first published account of a visit to Angkor by an American citizen.
Or Ten Years' Travels, Adventures and Residence Abroad
One of the most inspired (and inspirational) travelogues on Angkor in the pioneering times.
Including the famous relation of the January 1860 visit to Angkor site, this edition drew from Mouhot's Diary and previous...
Another translation of the most ancient account of the life in Angkor by the Chinese merchant and traveler Zhou Daguan
An English translation of the famous text by Zhou Daguan anchoring it to the 'real' Khmer country (Srok Khmer).