Take a look at a few behind-the-scenes photos from the Cambodia episode of Bizarre Foods.
Andrew rides an elephant through the spectacular ruins at Angkor Wat.
Ingredients in traditional Khmer cooking include fresh herbs and pungent fish pastes.
Chef Luu Meng shares traditional Khmer cooking methods with Andrew.
Prahok is a rotted fish paste that is added to many Cambodian dishes for an intense flavor.
It looks great, but the stench from over 2.5 million bats in this cave, located in Battambong, Cambodia, is overwhelming.
Cameraman Adrian Danciu thought sunrise at Angkor Wat was one of the most spectacular Bizarre Foods moments.
Best cooked alive, this batch of spiders is ready for the fryer.
Andrew shares a plate of fresh, fried tarantulas with a group of Cambodian children.
More than a 1,000 years old, the temples at Angkor Wat have been partially reclaimed by the surrounding jungle.
Andrew calls it quits after 2 bites of a fertilized duck egg. These chicks were nearly fully formed inside the eggs.
Andrew and a group of Khmer fishermen inspect the morning's catch deep inside a flooded forest on Lake Tonle Sap.