Cambodia So Much More Than Temples

Cambodia is a small country with a huge past. Its rich history is challenging, enchanting and ever present. Voted the world's friendliest nation, the Cambodian people smile their way throughout the day. Its blossoming art scene, funky bars and restaurants contrast nicely with its ancient temples and colonial decay. This month we are featuring the [...]

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Cambodia in Brief
A Quick Guide to Sihanoukville

A Quick Guide to Sihanoukville Established in 1955 Sihanoukville is Cambodia’s youngest city and one of its fastest growing. It is a busy seaside resort with many hotels, beaches and great night life. Sihanoukville can be reached by bus from Phnom Penh (about 5 hours drive). It also has an airport with direct flights from [...]

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Cambodia in Brief
A Quick Guide to Kep

A Quick Guide to Kep Kep is an ideal place to escape from crowds that are slowly taking over Cambodian beaches. Catering for more upmarket clients than Sihanoukville, Kep offers clean beaches, great food and clear waters – things necessary for peaceful relaxation. What to do and see in Kep Eat at the Crab Market [...]

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Vietnam in Brief
A Quick Guide to Danang

A Quick Guide to Da Nang Flanked by mountains, rivers and beaches, Da Nang is a modern city with a lot of soul. The main town is nestled next to the river, where neat and clean landscaping give it a ‘small town’ feel. It has the fastest growing economy of any city in Vietnam and [...]

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