At long last; – despite several incident free years following on from 2008 border skirmishes between Cambodia and Thailand – the UK Foreign Office has more..
Sambor Prei Kuk; – the earliest known Khmer city in Cambodia is a superb site, yet one that’s largely overlooked by visitors to the kingdom. more..
A fantastic new option for our Phnom Penh stays, the charming Hilary’s Boutique Hotel, has proven a huge success on our Cambodia tours since it’s more..
That’s Prasart Preah Vihear in Khmer or Khao Preah Viharn in Thai. The recently promoted UNESCO World Heritage site is situated smack bang on the more..
Hanging around the Phnom Penh riverfront or Siem Reap’s ‘Pub Street’ tuk-tuk drivers will flock to offer you massages with; fish, their sister, grannie, themselves more..
Turn up in just about any Cambodian village and ask the locals if they have a ‘prasart boran‘ in those parts and they’ll almost certainly more..
Not one of Cambodia’s most well known tourist destinations but this small brick temple is well worth a peak if you’re passing and is conveniently more..
Taken somewhere on highway #3 in Southern Cambodia’s Takeo Province we think, on route for Kampot and Kep during a Beyond Angkor trip. Think we more..
A selection of photos of just a few of the weird and wonderful sights to be seen on the road in Cambodia – shot directly more..
Already did a photographs of Kompong Chnang post on the fascinating market of this provincial Cambodian town but thought we’d add a few rainy season more..
We’ll round up our series on Western Cambodia’s Sangkar River with a selection of landscapes of the highly picturesque river. Do feel that photos, or more..
Following on from our bird-life of the Sangkar River post here’s a selection of some of the human activity we’ve photographed on recent trips along more..
A few photos of some of the spectacular bird-life we’ve come across on recent boat trips down western Cambodia’s Sangkar River. (Would have a lot more..
Goes without saying that just about everyone we take to Kep’s Koh Tonsai, (Rabbit Island in English), asks how the name came about and every more..
Giant gnarled trees rise from huge piles of sandstone blocks; spreading roots and creeping vines cloak massive walls, dense foliage obscures crumbling towers and moss more..
You wouldn’t guess today, looking at the scrub covered low hills surrounded by paddy-fields and red-roofed temples, that this site some 40 kms north of more..
More pics from down the back of the sofa (or is that settee?) – this time a selection of sunset views taken at the small more..
Following on from our previous post on Phnom Penh’s Kean Kleang Temple here’s some photographs of the excellent paintings we mentioned that are to be more..
If we’ve got this right, (and we’re not guaranteeing it!), the temple’s called Wat Kean Kleang. Situated a couple of kms after the Japanese Bridge more..
Very attractive, but rarely visited temple a mere hour’s drive south of Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh. (Well traffic permitting that is.) Ta Prom is differentiated more..