From waterfalls and jungle trails to city markets, ancient ruins and island idylls, Cambodia offers all sorts of outdoor opportunities for safe, family-friendly travel with a growing hotel infrastructure.
It’s unlikely Cambodia would be top of your beach holiday bucket list and yet it has several untouched islands with palm-fringed beaches that rival some of the best in the world…
Like many parts of Asia, Cambodia offers a cornucopia of colorful transport options that are often the best way to see the local side of life – from tuk tuks to cyclos and nori trains, or the slow and steady rotei.
Historically, Cambodia has always shunned the tacky mass-market souvenir trade, opting instead for its own locally made brands some of which provide a sustainable source of income for those in need.
In the early morning, Phnom Penh’s Central Market – or Phsar Tmai as the locals call it – is a coming and going of local sellers and buyers of all kinds. It is exactly here where we start our food walking tour. The phsar, (from “bazaar”), is housed in a beautiful Art-Deco building and is […]