Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat in Cambodia
the world's largest religious monument built in the 12th century
now a world heritage site
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This is a typical Khmer way of collecting palm juice for traditional soft drink and for making palm sugar which is
one of the main ingredients used in Cambodia. The palm juice can also be made into
alcoholic palm drink, 'tik tnaot chou' or 'palm beer', and palm vinegar.




I like this photo a lot. I took it on the Angkor Wat causeway.
This lovely girl sells two types of palm drinks: a freshly sweet one - 'tik tnaot pa-aem' or
'sweet palm juice' 
for kids, and 'tik tnaot chou' or 'palm beer' for the grown ups. 



It is not unusual to find this mobile shop of clay cookware
on highways around Cambodia.