Oct 11 2011

Your Phnom Penh sexual health questions … answered

Published by under Health & safety

There’s no denying that Phnom Penh is a great place to visit – and to party – but don’t forget to take care of yourself while you are here! I’ve already covered what to do if you get sick in Cambodia, but today I’ll cover everyone’s favourite topic – sexual health. I’ve enlisted Emily Potter, … read the full post

Oct 06 2011

Burma to Cambodia flights get a shake-up

Published by under Transport

Eyes lit up in February this year when Myanmar Airways International (MAI) announced a new direct flight between Siem Reap and Rangoon, the former capital of Burma. Not only did this cut a great deal of time and hassle out of a trip from here to Burma, but the airline was also able to secure … read the full post

Sep 29 2011

Flooding in Phnom Penh

Published by under Floods

Cambodia has been hard hit by flooding this year with many cities and provinces experiencing high water levels and associated fatalities. Phnom Penh is poised to be next, with the swollen Tonle Sap river threatening to flood. The flooding in Cambodia has already affected over 90,000 families in 14 provinces. Earlier this week tourists had … read the full post

Sep 28 2011

Siem Reap floods

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So I guess it’s oopsadaisy if you came to Siem Reap in the last few weeks. Well, it is rainy season and you knew that. Though it’s not likely that many of the guide books would have warned you about the rising tides you may have seen outside your hotel or guesthouse and, to be … read the full post

Sep 22 2011

Hand-painted signs in Phnom Penh

Published by under Photo

Phnom Penh is a city that is falling all over itself to develop as quickly as possible. You can’t turn around without seeing another skyscraper being thrown up and bigger, fancier cars with fake Louis Vuitton pillows blocking the windows driving into one another. But despite the rampant development, much of Phnom Penh remains the … read the full post

Sep 20 2011

Pchum Ben: Ancestor’s Day in Cambodia

Published by under Festivals

We’re in the middle of one of Cambodia‘s major holidays right now, although if you’re visiting, you might not have even noticed. Pchum Ben is one of Cambodia’s most important Buddhist festivals. It lasts 15 days determined by the lunar calendar, with the formal name for the last day of the festival called Prachum Benda. … read the full post

Sep 12 2011

Koh Kong in pictures

Published by under Koh Kong

Although it has a reputation for being a dusty frontier town, Krong Koh Kong is charming even in the rainy season, and the area just outside town is positively beautiful.

Sep 08 2011

Koh Kong’s mangrove forest

Published by under Koh Kong

Seven or eight kilometres outside of Koh Kong city, or Krong Koh Kong, in Cambodia is an enormous mangrove forest where visitors can observe the delicate ecosystem that locals (and probably an NGO or two) have turned into a thriving ecotourism project. Part of the nearly 25,000-hectare Peam Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary, the Boeng Kayak area … read the full post

Sep 02 2011

Casual Japanese dining in Phnom Penh

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There’s much more to Japanese cuisine than just sushi, and there’s no better place to find out than Cambodia. In Phnom Penh a number of restaurants have recently been opened by Japanese expats that specialise in Japanese casual dining — simple, cooked meals and rice bowls that are made just the way they are in … read the full post

Aug 31 2011

Siem Reap in pictures

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Siem Reap is filled with photo opportunities, and they aren’t confined to the temples of Angkor! Whether you stay for a day or a few weeks, there’s lots to see and explore in Siem Reap.

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