Archive - January 2017

Coffee Places in Phnom Penh

The Hunt: Coffee Places in Phnom Penh

Posted on: January 30th, 2017

If you are a coffee lover like us, you probably already indulge yourself with the local coffees in the places you travel, and being Cambodia a coffee-producing country, it even makes more sense to do it here. In case you are passing by the capital, we present you some options for finding coffee places in Phnom Penh!

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Alternative places to visit in Cambodia

Posted on: January 30th, 2017

Okay so you came to Cambodia with plenty of time to travel around, you went to Siem Reap and the Angkor Wat, to Phnom Penh and its historical sites, you visited the beaches of Sihanoukville or Otres and relaxed by the river in Kampot. You even went to explore some pristine islands like Koh Rong Samloem or Koh Takiev, and had a ride in the bamboo train of Battambang. So the question you are currently asking is, now what? Read on for some examples of alternative places to visit in Cambodia!

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Visit South Laos

Our Guide to Visit South Laos

Posted on: January 26th, 2017

Still pretty much undeveloped and with a tourism industry still based in simple accommodations and experiencing the local lifestyle, South Laos is a beautiful region to explore and relax a bit before you continue your trip. Read on to make sure you don’t miss out when you visit South Laos.

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South Cambodia

The charm of Kampot

Posted on: January 19th, 2017

Not only is one of the most relaxed towns you can find while traveling in Southeast Asia, Kampot is actually an interesting historical site with its colonial buildings and a thriving artistic hotspot full of Cambodian and expat rock bands and trendy cafés! It is the most attractive destination in South Cambodia.

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Siem Reap beyond Angkor

Posted on: January 19th, 2017

So you finished to visit the Angkor Wat temples and don’t know what to do in Siem Reap after? Stick around for a couple of suggestions and alternative activities to do!

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Restaurants in Siem Reap

Socially conscious restaurants in Siem Reap

Posted on: January 19th, 2017

While traveling in Cambodia is easy to see how much of its population still live in poverty and facing very harsh life conditions. But don’t feel bad about traveling here while you see poor people around, tourism industry is for sure a great help to develop the country and provide jobs! But more than that, there is a movement of social enterprises focus on providing great services to travellers while actively working in the support of the local community. From training hotels to social conscious restaurants in Siem Reap or handicraft fair-trade shops, you will have at your disposable various ways to help the local community while enjoying your trip!

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Angkor Visit

A Twist to your Angkor visit: Photo Challenge

Posted on: January 19th, 2017

Being the biggest religious complex in the world and the main attraction in Cambodian tourism, Angkor Wat and Siem Reap town are definitely some of the most visited places in the world. But then you see the photos of travellers and they’re mostly the same, with no variations or creativity whatsoever. If you’re planning to visit, why not try something different and follow our little photography challenge as a way to have alternative pictures from your vacations?

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Kirirom National Park

Visit Kirirom National Park

Posted on: January 14th, 2017

For the ones enjoying some jungle time and contact with nature, nothing better for a weekend getaway from Phnom Penh than Kirirom National Park. Enjoy long walks into the nature, epic views on the mountains and some quality time on a peaceful forest located not more than 100km from the busy Cambodian capital! The vKirirom Pine Resort can take of your transport and accommodation, while you sit back and enjoy your time.

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South Laos

Discover the animist cultures of South Laos

Posted on: January 14th, 2017

 

Travelling is many times a struggle to get off the beaten path, and even being South East Asia one of the major backpacking destinations in the world, is still possible to visit interesting and uncommon places everywhere. In South Laos there are still some villages where people keep their ancient beliefs and traditions, the ones they had before the arrival of Buddhism to South East Asia.

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Otres Beach

Otres Beach, heaven in Sihanoukville

Posted on: January 12th, 2017

After some good nights of partying in Sihanoukville are you now looking for some rest and a nice place to chill out? Or maybe you never came to Sihanoukville because you thought it’s a busy place full of tourists and only bars as scenery? We have good news for you, the heaven on earth called Otres Beach is just around the corner, always quiet and with some sort of hippie feeling to give you plenty of peace and relaxed vibes!

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