One of the most interesting countries in Southeast Asia, Cambodia is famous for many things — learn more about them here.
“First They Killed My Father” is a movie based on the memories of Loung, a young girl growing up in Cambodia during the 1975-79 Khmer Rouge-led genocide.
Five places to party the night away in Siem Reap before catching a 5 a.m. tuk-tuk to watch the sunrise at Angkor Wat.
The foreigner’s guide to eating, drinking and partying in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from a Brit who lived there.
A foreigner’s guide to living and teaching in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, including information on visas, apartments, and applying for work.
A brief look at the contemporary art and music scene in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Visiting Angkor is a highlight for most visitors to Cambodia and Southeast Asia.
In an effort to go off the beaten track in Cambodia, I decided to explore the rural, northeast province. Aside from my minivan breaking down both on the way there, and on the way out, I had the chance to visit ethnic villages and swim in my first volcano crater lake. Welcome to My Nightmare […]
After zipping through rural Cambodian villages outside Battambang on the back of a motorbike, I found downtown Phnom Penh to be rather unpleasant. I had to go though, if for no other reason, then to visit the former Khmer prison of S-21, which was an emotional, thought-provoking experience. Destination: Phnom Penh The Royal Palace French […]
I spent a full afternoon cruising through floating villages to arrive in Battambang. It was here that my motorbike guide gave me his first hand account of living through the Khmer Rouge genocide, and later invited me to eat dinner with his family. In the most unassuming, and seemingly random location, I had several of […]