It was just 40 years ago that Cambodia suffered one of the worst genocides in recent history, losing 25% of its population to the bloody hands of the Khmer Rouge. Today, the legacy of Pol Pot’s massacre is a country where close to half the population are under 18. Still struggling to recover from such a loss, Cambodia remains in poorest quarter of the world. Yet, it is also the fastest growing economy in Asia and a place where natural and human wonders are always just a stone’s throw away.