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Things to see and do



Weaves of Cambodia

A cooperative set up by Vietnam War Veterans, Weaves of Cambodia was created to fund prosthetics for landmine victims, but evolved over time into a source of income for disabled Cambodians. Today’s beneficiaries include landmine victims, as well as victims of polio and other diseases. The quality silk is spun, dyed and woven here, and is now part of Carol Cassidy’s operation, Lao Textiles ... Read more about Weaves of Cambodia .

Betreed
Ta Bos Village, Preah Vihear
T: (078) 960 420

Due to launch in December this year, Betreed looks set to become one of the most exciting and fun adventure sites in Cambodia. Lost in the forests to the north of the Beng Per Wildlife Sanctuary, Betreed has been founded by a couple who have lived in Cambodia for more than 40 year between them. Long based in Rayvieng to the south of their current site, and north of Kompong Thom, they moved their ... Read more about Betreed .

Tmatboey
Sam Veasna Centre, Street 26, Siem Reap
T: (092) 554 473

Organised by the Sam Veasna Centre as part of a larger conservation programme administered by the Wildlife Conservation Society, a project at Tmatboey, a village 45 kilometres north of Preah Vihear City, has helped conserve numerous of Cambodia’s endangered and critically endangered bird ... Read more about Tmatboey .





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