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Great new guidebook to the Angkor temples

There's a new guidebook, The Angkor Guidebook(http://www.theangkorguidebook.com) which we've used this past week that was really helpful. It's small, opens flat and has...more

Meta House German Cambodian cultural center

Many expats living in Phnom Penh might already know Meta House.The program we offer is really versatile, we are screening Asian and international documentaries and feature films every...more

user review | Eating: Khmer Kitchen, Siem Reap

the best

I just came back from Cambodia/Vietnam.One of the best meals ever was at khmer Kitchen. . The bill came to $21 for 3 people and we could not eat all of it. The best spring rolls with...more

user review | See + Do: Anlong Veng and Preah Vihear, Anlong Veng

Phnom Kulen national park

I want to highly recommend to visit the Phnom Kulen national park next to Siem Reap (Angkor). You can visit and swim in a waterfall, hike through deep jungle forests and visit ancient...more

user review | Hotel: Villa Romonea, Kep

Destination Wedding

We recently rented the Villa Romonea for my daughter's wedding. We stayed 5 days and Stephan and his staff were fantastic. They even arranged for an elephant to carry the bride...more

user review | See + Do: Tonle Sap, Siem Reap

Tonle Sap

It was amazing doing the boat trip up from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. Like Vietnam the river is the life of Cambodia but arriving in Tonle Sap was incredible. As far as the eye could see...more

user review | See + Do: Angkor National Museum, Siem Reap

Worth a stop

Arriving in the afternoon and not wanting to start "wat-ting" immediately, friends recommended we go to the museum before starting on the temple circuit and we were so glad we...more

user review | See + Do: Cambodian Genocide Museum and Killing Fields, Phnom Penh

Extremely emotional, but a must-see

S21 is the national genocide museum where you get a true sense of the Khmer Rouge, a devastatingly traumatic event that still is very much alive in Cambodia (as this regime was so...more

user review | Shop: Shopping in and around Siem Reap, Siem Reap

Markets in Siem Reap

I agree, the shopping in Siem Reap is crazy! Once you show interest in a stall, it is hard to turn away without buying anything, as the stall owner will do everything in his power to...more

user review | Shop: Shopping in and around Siem Reap, Siem Reap

Shopping for Souvenirs

Shopping in Siem Reap is MAD and like everything else about Cambodia, not for the faint-hearted. Especially at the markets. An accidental glance in the direction of a stall elicits a...more

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