The New York Times’ Travel section set out an ambitious travel plan for readers recently with their “52 Places to Go in 2014.” But how LGBT-friendly are these exotic locales? Which places will have your back, and what destinations are not worthy of your patronage? We'll be breaking down the places on the list over the next few weeks. We wrap our list with the final six locales.
Siem Reap, Cambodia Well, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights is trying to improve quality of life for LGBT persons, but the level of discrimination and exclusion still existing in this country makes Siem Reap fall firmly on the “not recommended” side of the coin.