Sabay Beach is a small and wildly romantic resort tucked away along the riverside in Kampot, southern Cambodia.

The restaurant and bar overlook the Preaek Tuek Chhu river and have the most awesome view of the Bokor Mountain range.  Sabay Beach bar is the best place to see the sunset in Kampot.

The guestrooms are clean, decorated beautifully and are discretely scattered throughout the grounds. Each room possesses its own dreamy and ultimately unique charm. We highly recommend Sabay Beach for any visitors to the area. It is at the top of our list of places to stay in Kampot.



The Killing Fields and The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

The purpose of allowing tourists to visit the Killing Fields is not one intended to entertain. Nor is the reason the doors of Tuol Sleng are open to the public today. Tuol Sleng was originally a primary school. This ordinary school where children laughed, learned and played freely is now a museum. The Toul Sleng Genocide Museum.

The time in between is a time that should never have been. The point in time that I’m referring to is when the building was turned into a torturous and hideous place. A secret prison used by the Khmer Rouge during their unforgettable regime.


A temple set on the top of a mountain, Cambodia.

Recently, the outlying areas around Cambodia’s Angkor Wat have been subject to some remarkable discoveries thanks to the use of a pioneering new laser technique called LIDAR. (more…)

A picture of Toul Sleng (S-21) prison where the Khmer Rouge tortured their victims.

Chamkar Mon District, which means Mulberry Farm in Khmer is the southernmost district in central Phnom Penh. The district has an area of 10.56 km² and a population of 187,082. (more…)

A towering Cambodian Redwood tree photographed against the backdrop of a bright sky.

The Cambodian Rosewood Tree is an amazing natural resource and a wonder to gaze upon but is it under threat? It is the most famous hardwood timber that resides in Cambodia, the timber can be found in many different places around the country, from the eastern border with Vietnam to the western Thai border and many places between. (more…)

A bas-relief carving in Angkor Wat, Cambodia.

From the splendour of the Khmer Empire to the chilling brutality of the Khmer Rouge, Cambodia has had a tumultuous history. For nearly six centuries, between the fall of Angkor and the rise of Communism, the kingdom lay buried in obscurity, forgotten by the rest of the world. Recent years, however, have seen the nation overcome its former misfortunes and become a developing economy. (more…)