From the Cardamom Mountains in the west to the Mondulkiri highlands in the east, Cambodia still has much to offer those wanting to slip on a pair of sturdy boots and trousers […]
New walking tours of Phnom Kulen will allow adventurous hikers to hopefully catch a glimpse of the Indochinese silvered langur, a monkey whose presence in the area 50km north of Siem Reap […]
WHO knows a city better than the people who have lived on its streets? Literally. Inspired by this seemingly simple idea, Barcelona’s Hidden City Tours has set about recruiting and training formerly […]
Published in Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia’s eco-edition last October.
It seems so natural and harmless, and resistance feels so callous and cruel, to give to the kids that fill the streets of Siem Reap selling books, postcards, flowers and jewellery, or sometimes just […]
Knowing whether or not to tip can provoke serious angst among travellers. This post on Travelfish attempts to answer some questions, and alleviate concerns, but has to admit that, like so much […]
An ecotourism initiative in northeast Cambodia is aimed at saving a newly discovered species of gibbon and the unique biodiversity of its home.
It’s not often I find myself standing in a deserted supermarket car park at 2.30 in the morning waiting for a strange man to take me to a secret destination.
For foreigners, Cambodia is an incredibly relaxed country where restrictions are few and that is one of the greater parts of its charm. This is partly because such laws as there are […]