Find out what’s happening in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap from people here on the ground. Discover bars, nightlife, restaurants, cafes, shops, leisure activities, spas and more…
72 hours in Phnom Penh Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital city is an enthralling tapestry of streets that weave into each other, spilling over with motorbikes carrying entire families, street vendors, children playing tag, tuk tuks ambling along and men squatting over a game of local chess. Sitting on the quiet banks of the Tonle Sap, […]
72 Hours in Siem Reap Once a sleepy little riverside village, the vibrant city of Siem Reap is now a bucket-list destination for travellers the world over. Finding its fame as the home of Angkor Wat, a visit to the mighty temple quite rightly tops most people’s list of ‘things to do’, but there’s plenty […]
App’solutely great Whether you use them to find out more about the Angkor temples or get help locating the trendiest spot in town, everyone can benefit from mobile mastery. Google Maps and Street View: With the updates to the Google StreetView having taken place in 2014, Siem Reap and the Angkor Wat complex have been […]
Outward bound There is much more to see in Cambodia than the temples of Angkor and the capital city of Phnom Penh; the Kingdom’s offering of exciting destinations is rich and plentiful. There are the beaches at Sihanoukville, Irrawaddy dolphins in Kratie, the hill tribe areas of Mondulkiri and Ratanakiri just to name a few, […]
Nocturnal bargains Unlike neighbours Thailand, Vietnam, and even Laos – as well as many other countries in the region – Cambodia did not have any after-hours trading centres to offer shopaholics a nocturnal fix until early 2007. The scene changed with the opening of the Angkor Night Market in Siem Reap. Ten years on, and […]
A host of treatment and massage options, from Swedish, Thai, Balinese, Japanese and Chinese to Hawaiian and traditional Khmer.
Sometimes all you really want is the comforting taste of home: find international chains and restaurants in Siem Reap.
Venture out and explore the many charming lanes and alleyways of Temple Town.
Dine and support free education and vocational training programmes, which aim to help alleviate poverty.
Siem Reap has been built on understanding the thirsts inspired by a day of temples.
A legion of chefs, food adventurers, restaurateurs, and wine-buffs have made their home here.
In Siem Reap you'll find the full spectrum of shopping venues, from boutiques to malls.