Expedition Unknown: World's 8th Wonder Pictures

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Host Josh Gates looks out over the mountain of Phnom Kulen in Cambodia during a late-night lightning storm. 960 1280

  

Angkor Wat is a prime example of Khmer architecture, with its use of sandstone blocks for foundation and its lotus-shaped towers. 960 1280

  

Parts of the temples of King Jayavarman II's city still stand at the dig site on Phnom Kulen. 960 1280

  

Considering that the terrain up the mountain is difficult to traverse on foot, Josh acquires a motorbike to help him get to the top. 960 1280

  

Josh enjoys his time on a unique form of travel in Cambodia, the bamboo railroad, on his way to Battambang. 960 1280

  

As the sun sets over the floating village on the Tonle Sap, Josh wades down the river toward the dig site for the lost city on Phnom Kulen in Cambodia. 960 1280

  

Josh traverses the mountain of Phnom Kulen through rain, thunder and darkness in search of a mysterious relic. 960 1280

  

This statue of an elephant outside the gates of Mahendraparvata signifies the entrance to the lost city and the beginning of answers to the legend of King Jayavarman II. 960 1280

  

In order to escape the scorching temperatures, Josh jumps into the cool waters in picturesque Cambodia. 960 1280

  

Josh listens intently to an antique dealer, who explains to him the dangers of looters trying to find the lost city. 960 1280

  

A look at the glorious, self-sufficient floating village on the Tonle Sap lake in Cambodia. 960 1280

  

Josh tries to visualize the layout of King Jayavarman's palace on Phnom Kulen in Cambodia from the ruins discovered by archaeologist JB Chevance. 960 1280

  

Josh Gates stands on the Lae runway in Papua New Guinea, the last location Amelia Earhart took off from before her disappearance while attempting to circumnavigate the world. 960 1280

  

Following new evidence of possible wreckage of Amelia Earhart's plane, Josh heads to the picturesque island of Fiji to search for more clues. 960 1280

  

While in Papua New Guinea to search for clues about what happened to Amelia Earhart, Josh utilizes his musical talents in a traditional dance with villagers from Vumalama. 960 1280

  

Josh takes a candid moment to thank the young men in the Asaro Mudmen tribe in Papua New Guinea for their hospitality while he searches for the wreckage of Amelia Earhart’s plane. 960 1280

  

Papua New Guinea was heavily involved in the Pacific theater in WWII and, as a result, has many remains of planes from those battles. 960 1280

  

Josh meets with John Grey, who recounts his memories from childhood of finding a skull under his home that may be connected to Amelia Earhart. 960 1280

  

The South Pacific island of Fiji has some of the most gorgeous vistas in the world, and Josh takes his viewers there to explore the theory of the final fate of Amelia Earhart. 960 1280

  

Josh crawls under John Grey's childhood home, where he hopes to find more bones that may provide answers to Amelia Earhart’s final fate. 960 1280

  

Josh meets with a local Fijian and gets a tour of a village that is the home of a man who may be in possession of Amelia Earhart's alleged remains. 960 1280

  

In order to get to a remote village on the island of Viti Levu in Fiji, Josh utilizes a bili-bili, a simple bamboo raft used by locals to traverse the islands. 960 1280

  

Josh is welcomed into the village on Viti Levu in Fiji after he presents the chief with kava. Josh is following a lead that one of the members of the tribe has information on the final fate of Amelia Earhart. 960 1280

  

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Host Josh Gates looks out over the mountain of Phnom Kulen in Cambodia during a late-night lightning storm. 960 1280

  

Angkor Wat is a prime example of Khmer architecture, with its use of sandstone blocks for foundation and its lotus-shaped towers. 960 1280

  

Parts of the temples of King Jayavarman II's city still stand at the dig site on Phnom Kulen. 960 1280

  

Considering that the terrain up the mountain is difficult to traverse on foot, Josh acquires a motorbike to help him get to the top. 960 1280

  

Josh enjoys his time on a unique form of travel in Cambodia, the bamboo railroad, on his way to Battambang. 960 1280

  

As the sun sets over the floating village on the Tonle Sap, Josh wades down the river toward the dig site for the lost city on Phnom Kulen in Cambodia. 960 1280

  

Josh traverses the mountain of Phnom Kulen through rain, thunder and darkness in search of a mysterious relic. 960 1280

  

This statue of an elephant outside the gates of Mahendraparvata signifies the entrance to the lost city and the beginning of answers to the legend of King Jayavarman II. 960 1280

  

In order to escape the scorching temperatures, Josh jumps into the cool waters in picturesque Cambodia. 960 1280

  

Josh listens intently to an antique dealer, who explains to him the dangers of looters trying to find the lost city. 960 1280

  

A look at the glorious, self-sufficient floating village on the Tonle Sap lake in Cambodia. 960 1280

  

Josh tries to visualize the layout of King Jayavarman's palace on Phnom Kulen in Cambodia from the ruins discovered by archaeologist JB Chevance. 960 1280

  

Josh Gates stands on the Lae runway in Papua New Guinea, the last location Amelia Earhart took off from before her disappearance while attempting to circumnavigate the world. 960 1280

  

Following new evidence of possible wreckage of Amelia Earhart's plane, Josh heads to the picturesque island of Fiji to search for more clues. 960 1280

  

While in Papua New Guinea to search for clues about what happened to Amelia Earhart, Josh utilizes his musical talents in a traditional dance with villagers from Vumalama. 960 1280

  

Josh takes a candid moment to thank the young men in the Asaro Mudmen tribe in Papua New Guinea for their hospitality while he searches for the wreckage of Amelia Earhart’s plane. 960 1280

  

Papua New Guinea was heavily involved in the Pacific theater in WWII and, as a result, has many remains of planes from those battles. 960 1280

  

Josh meets with John Grey, who recounts his memories from childhood of finding a skull under his home that may be connected to Amelia Earhart. 960 1280

  

The South Pacific island of Fiji has some of the most gorgeous vistas in the world, and Josh takes his viewers there to explore the theory of the final fate of Amelia Earhart. 960 1280

  

Josh crawls under John Grey's childhood home, where he hopes to find more bones that may provide answers to Amelia Earhart’s final fate. 960 1280

  

Josh meets with a local Fijian and gets a tour of a village that is the home of a man who may be in possession of Amelia Earhart's alleged remains. 960 1280

  

In order to get to a remote village on the island of Viti Levu in Fiji, Josh utilizes a bili-bili, a simple bamboo raft used by locals to traverse the islands. 960 1280

  

Josh is welcomed into the village on Viti Levu in Fiji after he presents the chief with kava. Josh is following a lead that one of the members of the tribe has information on the final fate of Amelia Earhart. 960 1280

  

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