Explore Cambodia’s southern jungle and experience a slice of Cambodian countryside life.
Here is a day tour of Phnom Penh featuring a Khmer cooking class followed by an informative afternoon at a local temple and on the Tonle Sap River.
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
Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s historic capital and a booming urban landscape, is rooted in the past but blooming into an enviable dining and nightlife center.
Our Country Manager, Miles Gravett, inspected this trendy 3-star boutique property located on the riverside in the heart of Phnom Penh.
Check out this new hotel accommodation in the heart of Phnom Penh for the best rooftop view and infinity pool in the city.
Cambodia is a complete destination in itself but also offers these easy connections via flights or many open border crossings to neighboring countries.
Three historical periods in Cambodia’s past inspired the architectural highlights of this country, arguably the most magnificent in Southeast Asia.
The Khmer’s national sport is pradal serey. This popular form of martial arts, depicted in bas-reliefs of warfare at 9th century Angkor temples may explain the historic dominance of the Khmer Empire.
Cross the border from the frantic pace of Ha Tien, Vietnam and immediately relax into the quiet, calm and amazingly friendly feel of rural Cambodia.