Go beyond Siem Reap’s limits and goes on into the ancient forest where the only sounds are those of the leaves falling and birds calling and discover the remote temples that give a very ‘Indiana Jones’ feel to the experience: the mysterious and overgrown temple of Beng Mealea, the pyramid Koh Ker temple, the sacred […]
A world apart from Phnom Penh, Battambang enjoys an unhurried pace and has a reputation for friendliness and is also known as the country’s main rice-producing area. The Cambodia’s “second-largest city” is home to some of the best-preserved French colonial architecture remaining in Cambodia. Outside the centre, the two main attractions are Wat Banan – […]
A soothing seaside jewel famed for delicious seafood and absolute relaxation. During Cambodia’s golden years before 1970, this lush coastal region was a seaside playground for the affluent. Kep is known for its famous crab market and idyllic resorts while its neighboring town of Kampot could be the perfect small town – quiet streets, a […]
With some of the Kingdom’s finest hotels, brightest culinary stars and most enchanting countryside excursions, it’s no surprise that Siem Reap is the country’s most-visited destination. But no trip to this city of contrasts is complete without a visit to the ancient splendour of Angkor.
Once dubbed the Pearl of Asia, Phnom Penh has been reborn as a thriving commercial and cultural hub at the meeting of four rivers in the heart of Cambodia. Luxury restaurants and bars line streets resplendent with colonial and Buddhist architecture, from the golden spires of the Royal Palace to the modern majesty of Vattanac […]