Dawn Rooney's "Angkor" book
Miscellaneous: I can heartily recommended that you bring a copy of Dawn Rooney's "Angkor - An introduction to the temples" with you when you visit the temples. We would read the corresponding chapter at each temple we visited. You'll gain a great insight into the history of the temples. If you don't want to load down your backpack, you can always buy a bootlegged copy from many vendors around the temples for about $3.
Luggage and bags: Water & Sunblock
An in-depth guide book about Angkor.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Short , T-shirt & sandals
Photo Equipment: A lot of films
Miscellaneous: If you are rather attractive to mosquito, bring along yourself with a mosquito repellent. But the place is okay.
Food for the monkeys
Miscellaneous: There are lots of cute hungry monkeys around so spare a few bananas and you can get all the shots you want. Also remember to bring plenty of water for yourself.
Lonely Planet - Cambodia guide
Miscellaneous: Lonely Planet - Cambodia guide.
Local kids may offer you good price for it, but they aren't original. Pics & printing aren't clear & you can't possibly make the guide book as collectible item.
Avoid Sun Stroke
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Avoid March - May, its brutally hot, easily get sun stroke especially those gets rasher easily due to heat. A hat or cap even umbrella can be very useful!
- Budget Travel
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Angkor is situated right in the heart of the rain forest and it gets hot!! Make sure you wear light clothing. Even though I am used to hot and humid weather I was drenched within a few minutes!
- Historical Travel
- Road Trip
- Family Travel
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sun block really helps under the scorching summer sun in Siem Reap. A cap comes in handy too. Anything that will help you to stay out of the sun.
- Budget Travel
Bring pens, notebooks, trinkets,candy for the kids
Miscellaneous: Aside from your clothes and photo gear, bring with you some pens, crayons, small notebooks, candy or whatever trinket you can spare to give to the kids of Cambodia. They really appreciate it.
Dress light & bring your drinking water
Luggage and bags: Drinking water to avoid dehydrated.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Travel light, boot or sandals with good grip.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sun block with low SPF.
Photo Equipment: - Tripod for Sunrise & Sunset
- Adventure Travel