Cambodian food and drink may not be as well known as its neighbours but the food and drink are a delight to the tastebuds! Most foods in Cambodia are certainly less spicy than you will find in Thailand. Rice is, of course, the staple and most dishes are cooked in a wok. (more…)

When you think of Cambodia, Cambodian cuisine may not be the first thing you think of. Most people might assume it to be a poorer relation to Thai or Vietnamese cuisines, but they would be wrong! (more…)

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The Kampot region is internationally famous for pepper. A great trip for any visitor in the area is to an organic pepper farm where they strive not just to grow some of the world’s best pepper but to educate people about the spice.

It is a spice that is all too often taken for granted but anybody trying fresh peppercorns for the first time straight from the pepper vine will certainly experience a new flavour entirely.


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Eating spiders in Cambodia has been one of the more well-known activities among tourists visiting the country for many years. Spiders can be purchased from sellers in the tourist busy districts in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, however, if you want the authentic experience you should visit the main spider market in Cambodia. (more…)

A plate of fried rice and salad with a fried egg sat on top of the rice.

Training restaurants in Cambodia are now an important training and vocational scheme in addition to offering the tourist a genuine slice of sustainable, responsible and tasty tourism! (more…)

Image of people on Ton le sap at boat race in Phnom Penh

Pchum Ben Festival or Festival of the Death is a Cambodian traditional festival which is celebrated annually. It is one of the most important holidays in the year for Cambodian Buddhists. (more…)