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20 Things To Do, See, And Eat In Cambodia Other Than Angkor Wat


Phnom Penh, a city less travelled   Two weeks ago, Audrey and I travelled to Phnom Penh for the first time. Visiting a country we knew so little of was exciting and exhilarating - when we booked our flights, we hadn't even heard of anyone we knew who had been...
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11 Obscure Getaway Locations in South-East Asia With Amazing Holiday Potential

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Escape the crowds!   With locations like Krabi and Boracay increasingly drawing in the tourist dollars, it’s hard to find a secluded location for a vacation nowadays. Most popular destinations are overcrowded with people, and nobody wants to jostle for space on a crowded beach - there are far better...
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Carvings of Cambodia: A Singaporean Explores Cambodia Through Its Art

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Carving A Piece Of Cambodia   "Clink, clink, clink". Every strike of the hammer sends my chisel plunging into sandstone, dislodging tiny chunks which scatter haphazardly across the table. A tingly ache creeps up behind my hunched-over back while dripping beads of perspiration from my forehead dissolve into damp speckles...
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The Real Cambodia - Explored Through Coach, Tuktuk, and Bicycle

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A Taste of Cambodia   Hopping on an authentic tuktuk and buzzing along the streets of Siem Reap is an exciting experience. The tuktuks are little 4-seater carriages hooked precariously on the back of mosquito bikes, named after their buzzing engines. Tuktuks are often draped with lace curtains that were...
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Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Tales From A Singaporean

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A Stroll Along Phnom Penh’s Sisowath Quay   Khmer rap booms from a small, battered speaker as enthusiastic middle-aged women windmill their arms, in sync with the beat. My tuk-tuk driver pulls to a halt beside the exercise troupe and looks quizzically at me.  “ Here? ” he asks, a...
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Humanitarian tourism in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Humanitarian tourism in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
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It's said travel broaden the mind.... certainly well said. When travel include socio-humanitarian undertaking , I like to say it broadens the heart as well. During one of my holidays to visit the Angkor Wat in Siem Reap (Cambodia) during my daughters' school break... I took the opportunity to "weave"...
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