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It could take another year before Cambodia’s Preah Vihear temple finds its way into international tour itineraries combining heritage destinations in Thailand and Cambodia.
While Cynthia is buzzing through Brazil, Will is on the ground in Kuching at the annual meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Follow along as he dishes on the latest travel
Nicolaus Mesterharm first met the late Svay Ken in a professional context: the artist was an interview subject for one of his films. But it didn’t take long before Mesterharm and the man he described
PHNOM PENH, Jan 21 (Bernama) -- Cambodia is focusing on boosting its human resource development to achieve the 7 to 7.5 million tourist arrival target by 2020, Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported.
Many years ago in Cambodia, a devious woman tricked a group of thieves into disposing of her lover’s corpse. Less than grateful, she subsequently sold them into slavery. When the gang escaped, they
For many, the chapei don veng is a key part of Cambodia’s musical tradition. Will Jackson reports.
The Sihanoukville option  21-Jan-2014
As property prices in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap continue to push upwards, many investors are quickly being priced out of these first-tier markets. Looking at second-tier cities around the Kingdom,
Short, dark Street 308, which is really more like an alley, is becoming something of a self-contained dining and drinking strip. After the much-lauded pizza joint Piccola Italia Da Luigi moved into
Video projections on trees, a time lapse of Angkor Wat and a trio of performances in the circus big top at Phare are all part of the festivities from January 31 to February 2 at Our City Festival,
Today marks the first anniversary of the SCC-F2F Community Centre, set up last January by New York-based The Face-to-Face AIDS Project and Cambodian NGO Salvation Center Cambodia.
Temple enthusiasts wishing to see something a little more off the beaten track can now do so with Baray Reach Dak community tours, a new social enterprise run by villagers in the Northern Baray in
Numerous weighty tomes have been published on Angkor Wat, but a new book, Wandering Angkor, takes the reader on a tour of the temples in an informative yet engaging fashion, complete with lighthearted
The Sihanoukville option  17-Jan-2014
As property prices in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap continue to push upwards, many investors are quickly being priced out of these first-tier markets. Looking at second-tier cities around the Kingdom,
Former diplomat Sichan Siv, the highest-ranking Cambodian-American to serve in the US government, has published an Angkor Wat-inspired book.
Watching John Pirozzi’s documentary Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll is both a joyful and unsettling experience. In the space of two hours the film lets you fall in love with
Renowned for its strong drinks and elaborate parties, expat haunt Elsewhere is back after a year-long hiatus. The days of late-night boozing may be over but, happily, the daytime drinks come as
In the mood for a lok lak pizza? How about a post-Christmas turkey sub? These are just two of the recent specials at Belmiro’s, the popular new pizza joint near the Old Market.
A new high speed boat has joined the flotilla at The Lake Clinic, the health project bringing medical care through the waterways to the floating villages of Tonlé Sap. The Norwegian-designed TLC-4,
The Center for Khmer Studies’ first photographic exhibition, Beyond Borders, opened last Sunday and features works by five Siem Reap-based. The 50 photos in the show are all taken in different
Cambodia will host a global conference on sports tourism in Siem Reap by the end of this year under the joint auspices of the Ministry of Tourism and the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia.
Go down to Phnom Penh’s Central Market at 8am and you’ll find that the food court on the west side is crowded with diners. Stalls offer the usual fare: pork and rice, borbor rice porridge, kuy taev or
Child protection and NGO workers are pleading with tourists and volunteers to stay away from orphanages in Cambodia, claiming so-called “orphanage tourism” damages the children and enables
Cambodia’s tourist arrivals registered a 14.9% growth in October 2013 according to the country’s statistics and tourist information department.
A popular tourist river craft, the RV Saigon Pandaw sank off the Malaysian coast, late December, while under tug tow from Ho Chi Minh City to Yangon its owners reported.
PHNOM PENH- Is the ghost of the Arab Spring Revolution reaching the shores of Southeast Asia? While Thailand is ensnared into a never-finishing protest against its government, Cambodia is shaken by
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