Meet Miles Gravett, Khiri Travel’s new Country Manager in Cambodia. He lives in Phnom Penh and can often be found cycling on his bike around his new home city.
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.
Meet Mrs. Kin Thida from our operations in Cambodia. She’s a real fan of the Cambodian homestays and can induce mouthwatering anticipation in traveler’s taste buds to try some delicious traditional Cambodian foods.
Members of our Cambodia team, recently traveled to the eastern province of Mondulkiri. They inspected a great off the beaten path place to encounter elephants and contribute to forest conservation.
Our teams frequently are asked questions about road conditions, border crossings, visa and other overland travel facts and figures. This FAQ gives you the latest news on cross-country travel in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.
Enjoy a heartwarming example of the power of community-based tourism (CBT) and its positive impacts on a Cambodian farmer. Here is Mr. Teng’s story.
Meet Jack Highwood, innovator of programs to provide an elephant sanctuary and conservation of the forest ecosystem in Mondulkiri, Cambodia
Visitors to Cambodia looking to learn more about rural life along the Mekong River, will not be disappointed with their trip to Kratie Province, home of the Irrawaddy dolphin.
A great way to explore Cambodia’s capital as it transforms from wild frontier town to a hub of culture, food and hotels is taking a walk through the myriad of busy streets. Through crowded markets and busy roads, take in the heady mixture of colonial architecture and hectic traffic while sampling some local delights along the way.
Located in the middle of Phnom Penh, the Pshar Thmey, known as the central or grand market in Khmer, is housed in a sprawling and beautifully restored art deco building built in 1937 by French architect Louis Chauchon