Adventurocity's Rick Green (left) and Brian K. Smith ascend a steep stairway to a gopura that accesses the second inner gallery surrounding Angkor Wat's inner sanctuary. Brian and Rick each wear a krama, a traditional Khmer garment worn by men, women, and children which is the national symbol of Cambodia. Typically made from dyed cotton in a blue or red gingham check, a krama has numerous uses, such as a head covering, a scarf, a baby carrier, even a child's hammock. (Ieng Onn photo | View slideshow)
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When people think of Cambodia, the two top things that come to mind are Angkor and the Killing Fields. However, the country is developing rapidly with more areas opening up for tourism, such as its beaches and offshore islands. To learn more about Cambodia, read our articles and see our photos. Have any questions or comments? Become an Adventurocity community member and share them on our spam-free message boards.