We bet you have never traveled like this before? Get ready to hit the tracks on the Bamboo Train in Battambang, Cambodia. Though most of the rail network in Cambodia, built by the French colonial government, was destroyed by the Khmer
Looking for that ultimate guide on what to do in Siem Reap? Well we have you covered. After trailing and testing some of the very best this unique little city has to offer we have come up with a list
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.
Kampot is a small town in south east Cambodia. During the French rule it became the country’s major port and trade centre. Nowadays it’s a sleepy town with wide streets lined up with colourful colonial buildings. A perfect place to
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
In early 1960’s Phnom Penh was known as “Paris of the East”, and you still can find remains of the old glory in wide boulevards lined with French colonial buildings. Some travellers make the mistake of skipping the Cambodian capital
Cambodia is our home away from home. As soon as you step foot in the temples of Angkor you'll understand why. Cambodia is a small country with a huge past. It's history is complicated, enchanting and ever present. Voted the