10 Spectacular Historical Photos of Cambodia

Flying around Cambodia in a Microlight aircraft gives you the freedom to witness history. If you are fortunate to fly in the Microlight, it is if u are looking into the past. Flying over remote villages, temples on top of mountains, ox plowing the fields, stilted homes or floating homes on the lake, you will feel exactly how life in Cambodia has been for centuries.

Flying in the Microlight, you are able to fly to places where very few people can get to by land. Seeing the ancient temples of Angkor on the ground is spectacular, and seeing the temples from the Microlight gives you a unique perspective only visible from the sky.

These historical photos will show you that not much has changed in Cambodia. People in this beautiful country are still living as they have been since the time the great Kings built the temples of Angkor.

We’ll start with 3 spectacular aerial shots.

Old Photos in Cambodia

Old Photos in Cambodia

 

Old Photos in Cambodia - bayon 1945 -1954

Old Photos in Cambodia – Bayon 1945 -1954

 

Old Photos in Cambodia

Old Photos in Cambodia

 

The governing people and children - Old Photos in Cambodia

The governing people and children – Old Photos in Cambodia

 

Tonle Sap - between 1946- 1962 - Old Photos in Cambodia

Tonle Sap – between 1946- 1962 – Old Photos in Cambodia

 

Siem Reap river - Old Photos in Cambodia

Siem Reap river – Old Photos in Cambodia

 

Inner gallery - Old Photos in Cambodia

Inner gallery – Old Photos in Cambodia

 

Siem Reap village and river near the ruins of Angkor, postcard c.1910 - Old Photos in Cambodia

Siem Reap village and river near the ruins of Angkor, postcard c.1910 – Old Photos in Cambodia

 

Arrival at Marseille HM Sisowath, King of Camdodge. Phot. Baudouin and L. Bouet. (June 16, 1906) - Old Photos in Cambodia

Arrival at Marseille HM Sisowath, King of Camdodge. Phot. Baudouin and L. Bouet. (June 16, 1906) – Old Photos in Cambodia

 

Old Photos in Cambodia

Old Photos in Cambodia

 

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