Koh Kong

Koh Kong: a natural hidden gem by the Thai border

Koh Kong is the nearest province to Thai border, surrounded by the sea on one side and by the magnificent Cardamoms mountains on the other side. It is an amazing place with intact natural beauty and far away from the main touristic routes. The main city of the province is Koh Kong city, where you can start most of the excursions. Koh Kong is 5 to 7 hours away from Phnom Penh and the only Read more…

Phnom Penh architecture and Urban development

The developing Phnom Penh Like many other Asian cities, Phnom Penh is growing fast. A rising economy and foreign investment are changing forever the face of its streets – with its good and bad sides. If it’s your first time in Cambodia you will not have terms of comparison, but everything in this country is changing incredibly quickly. Overall you will be able to see an incredible number of new skyscrapers, massive shopping malls and luxury Read more…

Explore Kampot’s surroundings

Kampot and its charm We know that the charm of Kampot has the power of relaxing even the most hectic traveler and the reasons to stay in town to enjoy its river and calmness are more than many. But we also know that, as soon as you get out of the city, Kampot’s surroundings offer a lot to explore and marvel at. Stay tuned from some suggestions on where to go! Getting out of the Read more…

Reasons to visit Laos

Top 5 reasons to visit Laos, where nature takes over

Laos is a small country smack in the middle of Southeast Asia, often overshadowed by its neighbour countries. It doesn’t have the size of China, nor the popularity of Thailand, nor the excitement of Cambodia and Vietnam.   However, believe us, here are the top 5 reasons why you would be crazy to not visit this beautiful country! The typical landscape you can find in Laos Marvellous Nature Laos is nature’s marvel, where you can explore mountains, travel on Read more…

Asian streets and the fun games with locals!

Getting out of your tourist bubble Some of the most memorable experiences on your trip will be when you get out of the “tourist bubble” and engage with the locals. If you do, there will be endless moments of unpretentious fun, innocent interactions and cultural learning. One interesting aspect in Asian countries is that its streets are, more often than not, used not only to commute but also as recreational spaces. Places where families and Read more…

Exploring the floating villages and ethnic communities near Kampong Chhnang

An easy getaway from Phnom Penh, Kampong Chhnang is a beautiful way to experience the Cambodian rural lifestyle and its diverse cultures and ways of living. Being situated on a river near the Tonlé Sap lake, its waterfront is composed by different villages made of wooden houses on stilts and floating villages. Besides that, various different ethnic groups live happily side by side, a must see if you are looking for an authentic cultural experience Read more…

Kampong Chhnang

Get out of the beaten track in Kampong Chhnang

  1. Get ready for the adventure

Already tired of seeing so many barangs ?

Why not get out of the same routes passing through Siem Reap, Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville. If your thing is going out of the beaten track, one worthy place to have a look is Kampong Chhnang. It is a small town located on the route to Battambang and three hours from Phnom Penh. Going further away leads to Tonlé Sap, the largest lake in South East Asia.


Phnom Penh Nightlife

Phnom Penh Nightlife and cool spots to hangout

  1. Nightlife in Phnom Penh

Majority of backpackers end up staying in the area around riverside due to the amount of cheap guesthouses there. Therefore it’s quite common that most of the places they hangout in are around that area. But Riverside is definitely one of the least interesting in the city considering the type of dodgy bars you’ll find there. Phnom Penh has a lot more to offer, and the nightlife scene is vibrant and filled with places for every taste!


Co-Working in Cambodia

Best co-working spaces in Cambodia

Freelancing and long-time traveling are becoming more common, as digital nomads grow in number.  Cambodia is becoming a key destination for remote workers, being a cheap and safe country, filled with lovely people and plenty of inspiration.   In recent years, various co-working spaces have been popping up in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Here are the top places for co-working in Cambodia!