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Destin-Nation Cambodia: Treating Wounds Outside the Temples

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Jul 14th 2011 10:30 AM
Tourists come to Cambodia to see the temples at Angkor Wat. Yes, some people make it down to the beautiful coast or even out to the pristine islands in the Bay of Thailand, but thanks to a lack of infrastructure (and imagination) this country has remained a one trick pony.
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Disaster Tourism

by Jerry Soverinsky. Posted Jan 24th 2011 01:32 PM
Disaster Tourism

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Some may find it gruesome, but so-called disaster tourism is on the rise, giving travelers first-person access to the locations of the world's most horrific crimes, catastrophes and calamities. These sites offer insights into human tragedies and disasters that move far beyond what one can glean from a magazine feature or a cable television mini-series. While some sites are decades removed from their associated atrocities, for others the memory of human suffering has barely waned from the headlines.
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10 Best Foods in Asia

by Nomadic Matt. Posted Jan 13th 2011 02:00 PM
10 Best Foods in Asia

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Some of the best food I've had while traveling the world has been in Asia. Maybe that's why I always go back there. The food is delicious, cheap, flavorful- in one word: amazing. The next time you are traversing the lands of Asia, try out these amazing foods:
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To Go or Not To Go? - Controversial Destinations

by Douglas Wright. Posted Jun 8th 2010 12:14 PM

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There's always a dilemma about traveling to an endangered destination. Whether it's the threat of global climate change, commercial enterprise or sightseer wear and tear, your conscience might stop you from buying your ticket. But for those who decide to fulfill their dream of experiencing a natural wonder like the Antarctic or the remnants of an ancient civilization like Angkor Wat, there are ways to ensure a visit will inject some much-needed cash into the local economy, as well as being low-impact.

Here is our selection of the world's most endangered places, along with eco-friendly tour companies and locally owned accommodations dedicated to the preservation of these threatened world treasures.
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