Setting aside any desires for development and “modernity” with reference to other major Asian capitals, the Cambodian city of Siem Reap has nothing in common with these megacities. Mid-sized cities like Battambang have preserved their provincial character, which goes back to the times of the protectorate, and possess traces of colonial architecture. This is also true of Siem Reap, if...
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