Hidden Treasures of Cambodia and Myanmar

WMF kicked off 2013 with a trip that explored the diverse and rich cultures of these two countries. Highlights included behind-the-scenes tours at WMF projects at Angkor Wat, Phnom Bakheng, Preah Khan, and Ta Som, and tea at the modern Khmer home of the deputy director of the APSARA authority. Six days in Myanmar followed, with visits to Yangon and its Golden Pagoda, the archaeological site of Bagan, and Inle Lake.

Since 1991, World Monuments Fund has transported heritage enthusiasts to destinations near and far on specially designed trips built around private visits to WMF projects and sites. Travelers engage with fellow participants, gain new insights into local cultures, learn about historic preservation efforts across the globe, and enjoy unparalleled access to the world’s most treasured places. See where we are traveling next on our upcoming trips.