An Interactive Guide to Angkor by Dougald O'Reilly

An Interactive Guide to Angkor

By Dougald O'Reilly

  • Release Date: 2013-10-09
  • Genre: Asia
Score: 5
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An Interactive Guide to Angkor is a beautifully designed multi-touch iBook for use at the temples of Angkor or at home on the iPad. 

Zoomable maps, pop-up information panels and a concise and enjoyable style make this the must have guide for short visits to Angkor.

Authored by archaeologist Dr Dougald O'Reilly with narration by noted scholar on Southeast Asia, Professor Charles Higham the book will prove very useful and enjoyable for anyone visiting Angkor.

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  • The Only Angkor Guide You Need

    By ryun1
    By merging Angkor's ancient temples with cutting-edge multimedia and expert insights, Dougald has created the only book I recommend to everyone who tells me they're going to Angkor. Whether you're a first-timer, a longtime Angkor visitor, or just interested in learning more about this ancient culture, An Interactive Guide to Angkor should be your first stop. I can't recommend it enough.
  • By far the best guide to Angkor out there...

    By Sir Royal D
    I had been to the temples several times--sometimes with a guidebook, sometimes just winging it--and thought I knew a thing or two about them, but exploring them with An Interactive Guide to Angkor made me realize that I didn't know jack. Highly recommended!
  • Really makes you appreciate the visit

    By jettekh
    I had visited some of the temples on a previous visit and enjoyed looking at them but, when I found this audio tour on a more recent visit it made the sites come alive. I had more of an understanding about the people who built them and the vibrancy of life that they were the center of when the Khmer empire was at its peak.
  • very worthwhile

    By PGBJR
    Truly enhanced our visit to Angkor. A must for all serious temple goers.