Cambodia -The Land and Its People

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From its early Khmer beginnings and wars with neighbouring states to the time when it was part of French Indochina and more recently political turbulence, Cambodia has a rich and colourful heritage. In recent years, the country has achieved political stability and its economy is booming as it embraces the latest in business and technology. Tourists are once again visiting the magnificent Angkor Wat complex and various key attractions.
Barry Broman who has been fascinated with the country for over 30 years has captured a stunning visual overview of the country, going beyond the typical images to include photos of Banteay Chhmar in the jungle, the national park at Phnom Kulen as well as sites that are generally off limits to photography such as the Grand Palace, the National Museum and the Royal Ballet. Also included in this book are rare black and white pictures taken in the 1960s and 1970s.


  • (Author)   Barry Broman
  • (Illustrator)  N/A
  • (Series)  N/A
  • (ISBN)   9789814276535
  • (Publisher)   Marshall Cavendish
  • (Date)   2009
  • (Format)  Paperback
  • (Dust jacket)  No
  • (Approx. weight)  425g
  • (Approx. size)   23 x 18 x 1 cm
  • (RRP)   N/A