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What do you like to do while traveling?

What do you like to do while traveling?

Ben Chantrea, 21, sophomore student at the Phnom Penh International University

“While traveling, I love taking photos to have good memories. I love doing photo shoots with my family and friends wherever I go. Sometimes, when I am upset or bored with work, I take a look at the photos I took with them. It eases the tension. My traveling partner during my trip is my camera.”

Chheang Poutheary, 25 , junior student at the Royal University of Phnom Penh

“I think I am not different from many other girls. Most of the time, I like shopping while travelling. I prefer buying new things. Items often change depending where you go. Also, whenever I’m away, I always miss some people, so I buy some souvenirs for them. Shopping makes traveling more interesting and enjoyable.”

Heng Kim hourng, 21, freshman at the National University of Management

“I like making new friends and traveling allows me to do so. When I am on a trip, I like to have a tour package arranged by a travel agency. It is the best chance to share the experience with someone new and learn about other people, exchange points of views and opinions.”

Suon Sinuon, 20, freshman at the Phnom Penh International University

“I have a dream: travel around the world and try different food. Trying new food is such an exjoyable experience and it's usually always good. Most of my friends and family members are only into spectacular landscape and stunning sightseeing, while I am much more interested in the culinary traditions of the places I visit.”

Ouk Moden, 23, junior student at the Royal University of Phnom Penh

“While traveling, I prefer to go to beautiful places because nature’s beauty touches me. This is what I like the most about traveling. A great landscape always makes me feel relaxed. I can release all the stress that comes from work and studying. And I like learning new things while traveling, like the history of the place for example. I like sightseeing and learn something new every time.”

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