If you’ve already ticked off the big bucket list sights or just want to avoid the crowds, you should consider weaving these lesser-known spots into your next holiday itinerary. Less touristic, more authentic and just as spectacular as the real thing. These are the places to put of your family’s alternative bucket list.
You don’t have to be a history buff to appreciate the magnificence of Cambodia’s enormous temple complex. Angkor Wat is considered one of the largest religious monuments in the world. The entire site spans more than 160 hectares and is scattered with hundreds of ancient temples from the 12th century Khmer Empire. Unfortunately, most visitors stick to the main buildings, causing a lot of congestion on foot and on the roads.