The jungle floor gives way to your every step as you plunge deeper into the overgrowth. In the distance, water rushing over rocks call to you. Light breaks through a dense thatch of leaves as you test your footing on large rocks while fine cool mist caress you face. As you glance up, you gasp at the stunning beauty in front of you, the magnificent Kulen Waterfall.
Kulen Mountain, the birthplace of the Khmer empire is as mysterious as it is spellbound. Join world traveler Anton Swanepoel as he shows you this ancient wonder and the surrounding attractions in a picture guide. Get a feel for the 1.5km climb up the mountain to Kbal Spean with pictures that show you what to expect, as well as some of the lingas to be found at the top. Be amazed by an 8 meter long reclining Buddha that sits high atop a sandstone rock, and be breathless as you stand at the top of the Kulen Mountains range, with the Khmer empire at your feet.
The layout of the guide is straightforward and will help any traveler seeking greater depth to their vacation experience.
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24 pictures giving a walkthrough of the climb up to Kbal Spean and there
84 pictures of Kulen Waterfall and 9 other attractions such as the top of Kulen Mountain
GPS coordinates and directions to all attractions
Take your visit to Cambodia beyond the temples of Angkor Wat and discover the birthplace of the Khmer empire, as well as the source of power for the rivers that flow from these mountains, the enchanted 1000 lingas.
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About the Author
Adventurer and world traveler, Anton Swanepoel, hales originally from Pretoria, South Africa, but has called a number of exotic locations home. Educated as a software engineer, he worked for a large multinational company before deciding to travel the globe. Along life's journey, Anton became a skilled scuba diver and technical diving instructor, teaching for seven years while living in the Cayman Islands. His resume touts Tri-Mix instructor levels from multiple licensing agencies, and dive records over 400 feet. Mr. Swanepoel has always loved travel and writing. In the past several years he's combined these passions, authoring and publishing a host of books, sharing secrets he's learned along the way. When he's not exploring an underwater landscape or racing a motorcycle down a stretch of highway, you'll find Anton visiting world destinations and chronicling his experiences. Today, he is a fulltime globetrotter and writer, having penned instructional guides for diving and travel, as well as a pair of fictional novels. His excurtion titles are geared toward do-it-yourself travelers, who enjoy saving money and seeing the out-of-way places. His favorite destinations include, Machu Picchu, the mountains of Vietnam, and the Temples at Angkor Wat.