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Google is revving up its camera-laden cars in Cambodia, after the Internet giant announced the Southeast Asian country as the latest expansion for the Google MapsStreet View feature.
The ancient temples of Angkor have entered the digital age before most of modern Cambodia has.
From the intricate bas-reliefs at Angkor Wat to the watchful smiles of Bayon, more than 100 temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park have been digitised and mapped at a first-person perspective, meaning it’s now possible to roam the cradle of the Khmer Empire from your living room.
Considering using a virtual tour 360 to promote your company?
Google Business View, Google Street, Street View | Trusted, and now Google Street View… if it’s Tuesday, Google must be changing the name of one of its marketing platforms. By any name, Google Street View’s virtual tour 360 may give your business a visibility boost like nothing else could.
Today, on 21 August 2014, Google announced the release of a new Street View imagery, allowing users to view, and moreover to navigate with a 360-degree street-level imagery of main cities and provinces in Cambodia, such as : Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Stung Treng, Kratie, RatanakKiri, MondulKiri, Kampong Thom, Kampong Cham,Tbong Khmum, Kep, Kampot, Preah Vihear, Oddar Meanchey, and more.
The imposing facade of Phnom Penh’s Royal Palace, Mondulkiri’s towering Bou Sra waterfall and sweeping vistas from a pagoda atop Bokor Mountain can now be explored from all angles online.
Building on its digitisation in April of the Angkor temples, tech giant Google today is to launch Street View imagery of Phnom Penh and more than 10 provinces, allowing users to essentially walk around Cambodia on the internet using Google Maps.
Global Internet leader Google finally brings its cameras into Cambodia for its photo-collecting project in Southeast Asia.
Google Maps, with Street View, opens a window to the world’s streets thanks to 360-degree images previously collected. More than only streets, you also can discover amazing places and even travel million miles in one-click to contemplate wonders of nature. You can also virtually step into restaurants or small companies.
Did you know Google Maps offers you a lot more features than directions? (Especially if you’re a business owner.)
This particular feature helps to build trust with your customers. It creates a better connection with your target audience. Both of which potentially increases your ROI.
What we’re talking about is your standard business image taken to the next level: Google Maps street view.
This feature allows your customers to take a virtual tour around (and inside!) your business.
Customers can get excited about the restaurant atmosphere before walking through the doors.