Koh Rong: An Undeveloped and Quiet Island in Cambodia

Koh Rong Island, a very primitive island in southern Cambodia, is small, with only 78 square kilometers. On this small island less than an hour’s boat ride from Sihanoukville, there are few modern amenities, no hotels, no fine restaurants, and no fine bars. The buildings here are basically European-built guesthouses, restaurants on the first floor … Read more

Discover Cambodia: 5 Best Street Food in Siem Reap

Quick, fresh and delicious street food has a particular appeal to every traveler. Tasting street food like a local is an important way for us to experience different cultures. Cambodia’s street food is not as famous and varied as its neighbour Vietnam, but if you experience Cambodian street food firsthand, you’re likely to find its … Read more

Exploring Cambodia: Walking the Streets of Siem Reap

Siem Reap, a small city surrounded by ancient ruins, is located in northwest Cambodia. The name translates to “defeat of Siam”, referring to the victory of the Khmer Empire over the army of the Thailand hundreds of years ago. Because of the nearby world famous Angkor Wat, this city has been the major tourist hub … Read more

Some Photos about Phnom Penh of Cambodia

As the first stop of our trip, Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, did not impress us particularly. After coming out of the very small airport, the sweltering air inevitably brought us some irritability. After a short rest, we arrived at the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh in the afternoon. The palace opened at two … Read more

Some Kids that I Met in Cambodia – Gallery

In addition to the stunning remains of ancient civilization, Cambodia’s most intuitive and profound impression for me is that it is too dirty and backward. Only the city centre has a real asphalt road, and in the countryside, the trees on both sides of the road are covered with a thick layer of loess, and … Read more