Get outta town 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 wonderful beaches at Sihanoukville, Irrawaddy dolphins in Kratie, the hill tribe areas of Mondulkiri and Ratanakkiri, just to name […]
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 […]
Use our guide to Phnom Penh pampering and take some time for self-indulgence.
A host of treatment and massage options, from Swedish, Thai, Balinese, Japanese and Chinese to Hawaiian and traditional Khmer.
Phnom Penh has plenty of attractions that afford fun for the whole family.
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.
The markets in the capital are a mecca for shopaholics.
Feel good about spending.