Mar 05 2012

A few favourite things to do in Phnom Penh

A recent influx of guests has allowed me to hone the list of places I like to take visitors outside of the standard trips to the Royal Palace and Tuol Sleng. Whether you’re only in town for a few days or are in Phnom Penh for longer, here are a few activities you might enjoy. … read the full post

Mar 03 2012

March events in Siem Reap

Published by under Events

If you’re set to be in Siem Reap over the next few weeks, there’s plenty to keep you busy, from special events through to regular offerings. Here’s a selection below. Special events * Shadow Puppet Theatre at the Angkor Hospital for Children on Thursday March 19, from 18:45 to 20:30. A really gorgeous display of … read the full post

Feb 29 2012

Siem Reap’s top dining establishments

Published by under Food & drink

If you want to get the best eats in Siem Reap, you’ve got to get out of town. It’s true there are some lovely restaurants in the heart of Siem Reap, and some truly excellent ones too (Il Forno, for one example). But if you’re looking for a real treat, then you’d better grab a … read the full post

Feb 28 2012

Sihanoukville international half marathon and bike race and ride

Published by under Sihanoukville

If you’re looking for a new way to see Sihanoukville and get some exercise, the second weekend in March has a lot to offer in the way of a half marathon and bicycle race. Sihanoukville Bike Race and Ride On March 10 at 06:00, join cycling enthusiasts and adventure junkies on a ride down Cambodia’s … read the full post

Feb 26 2012

Tapas in Siem Reap

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For many people searing Asian temperatures are something of an appetite killer (would that I were one of them). Even after a day of meandering around temples or browsing markets, come dinnertime the ravening hunger that one might look forward to satisfying on a cold winter’s day just isn’t there, and the idea of sitting … read the full post

Feb 24 2012

Sundowners in Phnom Penh

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One of the loveliest times in Phnom Penh is sunset, when the locals start their aerobics routines and the expats allow themselves the first cocktail of the day. Some of the best spots for sundowners are those that overlook the river. Here are a few of my favourites. Le Moon K-West One of my favourite … read the full post

Feb 22 2012

Explore Siem Reap with a cool north riverside walk

Downtown Siem Reap is dusty, hot, traffic-clogged and as ideally suited for a walk as a rubber-ducky is for lunch (not unlike KL in that regard). It may look like there’s potential, but you’ll soon be sorry you ever started. Willing walkers often try the circuit on the south river, striking out from the bridge … read the full post

Feb 21 2012

Getting a motorbike stolen in Phnom Penh

Published by under Health & safety

Our motorbike got stolen in Cambodia last month. A Honda Wave. Reliable. Had a big chain on it. And most sadly for us, it was a rental. Motorbike theft is an unfortunate reality when you live in Phnom Penh. Just about everyone in this city has a motorbike, and from what I’ve heard — especially … read the full post

Feb 18 2012

Movie nights in Siem Reap

With Siem Reap’s first International Film Festival underway this weekend, it’s high time we looked at what other options film fans have when the festival has passed. First, to break the bad news: Siem Reap is not Bangkok. There are no mega-cinemas to be found here. But on the positive side, Siem Reap is not … read the full post

Feb 16 2012

Children of Bassac traditional Khmer dance performance

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While many visitors to Phnom Penh find themselves immersed in the many nightlife options the city has to offer, never fear, that’s not all there is to do on a Thursday evening! Why not take in a show of traditional Khmer dance, instead? Cambodian Living Arts sponsors dance performances every Thursday night until the end … read the full post

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