Weekly Photo Challenge

Weekly Photo Challenge : The King’s Residence

This is Khemarin Palace or Khemarin Moha Prasat, the residence of The King of Cambodia. It is closed to the public. We can see only a small part of the palace from the corner of Throne Hall, not only to enjoy the architectural details, but also to hope.. maybe His Majesty will appear in front… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : The King’s Residence

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Weekly Photo Challenge : Glow in The Dark

This is Wat Phnom in Phnom Penh, the tallest temple in the city and also located at the centre of Phnom Penh. It stands on the grassy hilltop, with 27 metres in height. This corresponds with its name which means "Mountain Temple". In the day time, its white structure is hidden by the trees, but… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Glow in The Dark

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Ernest dan Tenda Putih : Nights in Phnom Penh 

Ternyata sebuah tenda putih bisa membuat saya parno.. hehehehe... Konyol sangaaat... Perkenalan dengan Pak Kasmin, Pak Firdaos, dan beberapa warga Indonesia yang sering kongkow di Warung Bali dua tahun yang lalu membuat saya merasa tak sendirian meskipun berada jauh dari rumah. Nah.. jadilah setiap saya ke Phnom Penh saya selalu mencari tempat menginap di sekitaran street 178..… Continue reading Ernest dan Tenda Putih : Nights in Phnom Penh 

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Mencari Jejakmu : Kisah Gereja Katolik Kamboja

Seorang imam yang tengah menjalani tahun sabatikal di Paris mendadak dipanggil pulang ke negerinya. Ia berkata kepada kawannya, "Aku pulang untuk mati." Ia adalah Pastor Joseph Chmar Salas yang ditahbiskan menjadi uskup koajutor atas Vikariat Apostolik Phnom Penh pada 14 April 1975, tiga hari sebelum Khmer Rouge menguasai dan mengosongkan Phnom Penh. Uskup sebelumnya, Mgr… Continue reading Mencari Jejakmu : Kisah Gereja Katolik Kamboja

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Weekly Photo Challenge : Unusual Food

PS : Lignum Draco, thanks for writing about Cambodia for this week's challenge. When I visit Cambodia, I always find this Unusual foods : fried cricket, spider, small frog, scorpion, and the most surprising is fried snake.. wow.. Please don't ask me about the taste.. I am not brave enough to try them... LOL...

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Weekly Photo Challenge : Phnom Penh City Centre

Independence Monument (left side) was built in 1958 to celebrate Cambodia's independence from France in 1953.  And behind this monument is the newly bronze statue of King Norodom Sihanouk, which was inaugurated in October 2013. These two objects make A Good Match in the city centre of Phnom Penh.