Cambodia Handbook

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Footprint Handbooks, 2002 - Travel - 256 pages
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Footprint travel guides began with the South American Handbook, the longest-running guidebook in the English language. Now over 70 guides cover more than 145 of the world's most exciting destinations in Britain and Europe, Australasia, Latin America, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, Africa, India, and the Middle East.
-- New introductory map illustrating significant sites and features
-- Spines enhanced with new color photography to add impact and increase branding
-- Introductory color section of evocative photography and highlights of each country
-- Invaluable color map section
-- Comprehensive information of the adventure travel scene
-- How big is your Footprint? Footprint's acclaimed "Responsible Travel" perspective

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About the author (2002)

John Colet lives in Saigon.

Joshua Eliot first set foot in Singapore as a child, but became seriously interested in things Asian when he studied at the School of Oriental & African Studies in London. Since then events have taken him back to the region two or three times a year, sometimes for long periods. He has worked at the University of Singapore, written children's books and given radio broadcasts and lectured on cruise liners.

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