Cambodia is a tranquil country that is becoming popular for yoga retreats.
After visits to other parts of Southeast Asia, travelers are venturing further afield looking for new experiences.
Cambodia is a quiet and friendly country with a strong sense of community.
And it's cheap too which always helps.
With its terrible history just decades ago the people have come together with respect and kindness.
It has a connection to spirit that supports the yoga lifestyle.
Cambodia's history and people open your heart to the practices and philosophy of yoga.
There are relaxed beach towns to visit here on the Gulf of Thailand in the South.
A well trodden path is spending time across Southeast Asia and visiting Siem Reap in Cambodia, site of Angkor Wat.
This is the yoga hub of Cambodia.
With it's local markets, cafes and services it has a lovely feel to it.
It's a resort town that caters for the many people who visit Angkor Wat.
Over the last few years it has become an attraction in itself and a comfortable place to hang out for a while. It's cheap, friendly and not too busy.
If you find yourself in Siem Reap please go visit Angkor Wat, the largest monument at Cambodia's World Heritage temples.
Rainy season is long here, from April to October.
Although even in the dry season the humidity is high and it rains.