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Siem Reap is best known for being the gateway to the area’s 12th century temple complex. Visitors come here for a deep dive into history, and with good reason — it’s a bucket-list-worthy site. But there are more reasons to visit — from chic hotels to an impressive dining... Read More

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In life, being in the right place at the right time can come down to serendipity, but in travel, it is almost always the result of good planning. To avoid crowds and inflated prices, we recommend the period between high and low seasons when the weather is fine, places... Read More

Ta Prohm Temple

You’ve heard of, or maybe even been to Angkor Wat. The massive Cambodian temple is engulfed in banyan roots and overrun with tourists. But stray a bit from the main attraction of the Angkor Complex, and you’ll stumble upon Ta Prohm Temple. The lesser known Bayon-style temple was built in... Read More

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Travelers looking to know the soul of a destination need not look further than its lifeline – the flowing waters of its river, from which nourishment, trade, transport, recreation, and more nods to cultured civilization have all sprung forth. Riverboat cruises, long popular with Europeans, are experiencing a surge... Read More

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Travel as a vehicle for spiritual transformation is hardly a new notion – seekers have practiced the act of pilgrimage as long as they’ve looked to the skies to communion with a higher power. Even in today’s short-attention-span society, setting out to honor the divine or ponder the mysterious... Read More

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John McDermottPhotographer John McDermott ventures to Angkor Wat and beyond to capture the area’s remote temples and their surroundings for the April/May issue of Sherman’s Travel magazine

By: Laurel Delp Angkor Wat is on most everyone’s must-see list, but venturing beyond the fray to the area’s more remote temples can yield the experience of a lifetime. Here, a two-pronged journey to discover some of the world’s enduring wonders.   ... Read More

iStock InternationalEnjoy a once-in-a-life-time trip to Machu Picchu in Peru

While it’s the phenomenal feats of mere mortals that comprise our list of man-made wonders, actually seeing them in person is nothing short of divine. Little surprise, given that many of our favorite creations were designed with a heavenly audience in mind, whether in the depths of a Cambodian... Read More