A collection of Cambodian Riel currency notes.

Cambodia is a particularly good holiday destination even for those on a strict budget, if you are looking to save a few pennies and have the time of your life, take a look at our money saving guide to Cambodia below. (more…)

Image of plastic waste accumulation in CaAmbodia

Plastic pollution is a problem in Cambodia. An issue shared by countries across the globe. Combating the issue is a major concern for many countries in southeast Asia. The Cambodian government recognises the problem and is actively seeking solutions.

In Cambodia, a number of initiatives to combat further environmental damage are already underway. Meanwhile, many more initiatives to combat this particular problem are in the planning stages.

The best way to effectively limit plastic pollution is to understand that every one of us is responsible for it. Below is our ultimate guide on how you can change the world.


Image of the front of Central Market in Phnom Penh

Central Market is located in Cambodia’s capital city, Phnom Penh. The market opened in 1937 and at the time it was the biggest market in the whole of Asia. Anybody who has visited Cambodia recently will know it is still a very vibrant market. Between 2009 and 2011, it was subject to a $4.2 million renovation project funded by the French Development Agency. (more…)

A Cambodian girl sells souvenirs on Phnom Penh's riverside, Cambodia.

It’s completely natural to get back home from a holiday trip to someplace like Cambodia with a bag about to explode with cheap trendy garments and souvenirs. We know you all are nodding yes! (more…)

Image of holiday planning

If you’re looking forward to planning a trip to Cambodia, you’ll find there’s a lot of information out there about what to do, how to do, where and when. This might seem confusing to you for everything that seems a lot of fun is not always easy. Here is our ultimate guide to planning a fruitful holiday in Cambodia. (more…)

An artists impression of Le Urban Eco-Park.

Cambodia is set to welcome its first eco-park park construction aimed at creating multi-functional space with the emphasis on the environment. Located, along National Road 3, where trucks ferrying cement and other construction materials zip by to their sites, past the sprawling Vattanac Industrial Park, an unlikely sight looms into view. Breaking the low-rise monotony of industrial factories dotting the sides of the road is a six-storey high modern residential building under construction. (more…)