CamboTicket Team Blog

Kep: Kepping it Riel!

If you are looking for a holiday experience away from the backpackers of Sihanoukville or the beach bums of Koh Rong experience, look no further than Kep, just outside of Kampot.  A sleepy beach town that was formally the summer vacation resort area of the French aristocrats that lived in Cambodia prior to the Khmer Rouge, Kep is upcoming and undergoing a massive expansion of resorts and boutique hotels being built between the mountains and the ocean. (more…)

By CamboTeam, ago
CamboTicket Team Blog

Rolling Back Cancer’s Impact – Anirban Acharya’s project

With about 15 million new cases of cancer detected globally and around 8 million people dying every year, cancer is among the leading causes of death worldwide. It can be easy to feel powerless with numbers like that, but one person is doing what he can to at least slow cancer’s roll.  Anirban Acharya began a solo, multi-nation bicycle expedition raise awareness of the disease, educating people on how to minimize risk, adopt healthy habits and nutrition, and encourage testing to increase early detection. (more…)

By CamboTeam, ago
CamboTicket Team Blog

1000 meters of Krama: The weaving of the world’s longest Cambodian scarf

On February 13, 2018, the Kingdom of Cambodia opened a six-month exclusive event in front of the National Museum to begin weaving the world's longest krama, as part of a mission to enter the Guinness Book of World Records, an initiative started by Sann Vathana of GoGo Cambodia.  The event serves to highlight the history of the krama, the traditional checkered scarf unique to Khmer culture. (more…)

By CamboTeam, ago
CamboTicket Team Blog

Where to stay in Bangkok: a quick guide

You finally booked that trip from Siem Reap or Phnom Penh to Bangkok!  Now where will you stay? Finding a hotel, hostel, Airbnb or HomeAway room rental can be a time consuming and daunting task, especially if you are visiting a city that you are unfamiliar with.  We have done the legwork on the ground to help you select the best locations around the city depending on your reasons for your stay in Bangkok. Here is a helpful guide to help you book a hostel or hotel in Bangkok that will serve as the perfect starting point to help you easily navigate the city like a local. (more…)

By CamboTeam, ago
Traveler memoirs

Overnight bus from Phnom Penh to Bangkok: a review

Virak Buntham Express through Camboticket offers multiple trips a day between  Phnom Penh to Bangkok from the travel company including overnight options.  If you are on a budget and don't care to fly, a nighttime bus trip can be the perfect option to fall asleep in one country and wake up in another!  Read below a CamboTicket employee's experience, and pick up some tips along the way!  (more…)

By CamboTeam, ago
CamboTicket Team Blog

Top five things to do in Bangkok

It is often described as the gateway to South East Asia.  A sprawling metropolis, it can be difficult to figure out what to do in Bangkok, especially if it is only the first stop on your journey!  Camboticket wants not to only to help you get to your destination, but to make sure you have a great time while you are there.  Here is a top 5 list of things to do in Bangkok, which can be done in two or three days time!     (more…)

By CamboTeam, ago
CamboTicket Team Blog

How to navigate Bangkok like a local

Bangkok is one of the top travel destinations in the world, and rightfully so.  The city has earned a reputation for a multitude of different aspects – shopping, food, cultural tourism, and nightlife – and it has done a magnificent job in culturing its image abroad.  One of the most underrated features of the city of Bangkok is their stellar public transportation system that interconnects the outer edges of the city with the central hub of activity. You want to know how to navigate Bangkok? Read on! (more…)

By CamboTeam, ago
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