How bizarre was it to bargain for the price of a tuk tuk ride, when the driver was about to take us out to visit the Killing Fields, the genocide museum which explicitly tells the story of the reign of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge from 1975-1979. The entire day we choked back tears and learned about Cambodia’s history.
Floating basketball courts, hospitals, and supermarkets…The floating villages on Cambodia’s Lake Tonle Sap might have the comforts of home, but they are unlike any place we’ve ever lived….
You can go independently or hire a guide, cycle to the ruins or hop in a tuk tuk to get there. From dawn til dusk, thousands of tourists explore Cambodia’s Angkor Wat site each day. Find out what we think are the best ways to take in this awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This year has been a total beach for the two of us. Having spent over five months on the coast around the world, we share our top five beaches of the year in this post.
This guide brings you our recommendations for Kampot – where to stay, where to eat, what to see and what to do in this charming colonial riverside town in Cambodia.
Pigs on motorbikes, cows in the streets, old-fashioned barber shops and cyclo taxis – let us introduce you to Cambodia, a country we fell head over heels in love with!
We go to the local markets in every country we visit – it is such a great way to find out more about a country’s culture! Join us for a visual tour of Cambodia’s markets!
We were conflicted about a popular tourist attraction in Battambang, Cambodia. What do you think about the experience?
This week’s Polaroid is coming to you from Cambodia! If you’ve read my travel plans for March you might recall that they did not include any plans to visit Cambodia, …
Who knew that French baguettes were so popular in Cambodia? Even though the French left over 50 years ago, there are daily baked baguettes in the markets everywhere. Ooo la la!