Tuesday, May 18, 2010


It's fun time in Kep province:)

Can monk drive? hehehe...

"-Royal Plowing Ceremony in Siem Reap-"

As far as I know, it's the first time that the "Royal Plowing Ceremony" is held in Siem Reap province. It has been always celebrated on the terrace in front of National Museum called "Veal Mén" in Phnom Penh. The event attracted hundreds of thousands locals and tourists who almost flooded Angkor Thom. The event is held on the 0205010.

Even the king's car needed to take another route to enter Angkor Thom as its main gate was flooded by both local and international visitor who try to entered Angkor Thom to witness the event.

I have never seen a scene like this before.

They even climbed over the ruined temple so they could see the event.

The Royal pavilion built over the Elephant Terrace overlooking the ceremony.

The acting King and Queen in the ceremony are from Royal family this year.


Traditional Kreung minority's bride and groom houses near Boeng Yeak Lom.

The bride's house.

The mysterious Boeng Yeak Lom in Banlung, Rattanak Kiri.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

"-New Model-"

Khmer Buddhist monk in Angkor Thom during "Royal Plowing Ceremony" in Siem Reap on the 02.05.2010.Though he knew that I was trying to photograph him, he's still acting cool as if he knew nothing about my presence, which was also great for my shots:)


Preah Vishnu statue at Angkor Wat temple in Siem Reap province. I don't know much about religion thing, so no comments and details for these pictures:P hehehe...