First in a short series of posts of Cambodia photo tour images by Jean-Francois, (Jeff) Perigois. So many to choose from but can’t post them more..
Coming up, and based on some 15 years of leading tours to Cambodia’s UNESCO World Heritage site; a few small tips and suggestions on how more..
At long last; – despite several incident free years following on from 2008 border skirmishes between Cambodia and Thailand – the UK Foreign Office has more..
Couple of excellent Cambodia videos here; – the BBC’s A Cabbie Abroad sees London cab driver Mason McQueen hilariously trying to get to grips with more..
A few photos from our recent Cambodia Overland tour: good trip, great bunch of travellers and we think, (hope), much fun had by all! First more..
Khmer Red Chicken Curry Red Kroeung (can be made in advance and any left over can be stored in fridge for a couple of days more..
Fish Amok – a lovely mild fish and coconut curry, fragrant, zesty and full of flavour. An easy version which can be cooked using ingredients more..
Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh has 3 main downtown markets that casual visitors are likely to come across; Psa, Thmei, Psa Chas and Psa Kandal – more..
Mondulkiri: one of the few Cambodian provinces we’d not yet visited but with new road construction easing transportation concerns we thought it was definitely about more..
A new addition to our Cambodia itinerary, this half day tour to discover some of the local ‘cottage industries’ in one of the villages outside 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..
Traditionally Cambodia’s 2nd largest city, the western town of Battambang has surely been overtaken by now by booming Siem Reap and although still relatively prosperous more..
The famous floating villages around Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake are well known with the more easily accessible ones such as Chong Kneas and Kompong Phleuk more..
Delighted to welcome Jean-Francois, (Jeff), Perigois to our team for the upcoming 2014/15 high season. A superb travel photographer and long term Phnom Penh resident more..
An isolated and very rarely visited ruined Angkor period temple site, Prasart Kok Roka in Cambodia’s Kompong Thom Province is famous, well locally at least, more..
Another classic Khmer offering we overlooked in our recent Cambodian food post is the excellent traditional noodle dish nom prajok. Thin rice noodles are steamed more..
Koh Ker, Chok Gargyar or Lingapura, as it was originally named, is a remote site lying in forest some 3 hours northeast of Siem Reap more..
Came across this ruined temple whilst poking around in some villages outside of Siem Reap recently: even the locals didn’t have a name for it more..
Fascinating background reading for anyone considering visiting Cambodia, this was a serious omission from our earlier Cambodia reading and viewing list. An unusual perspective too more..
A few photos of Phnom Penh street-life taken within the space of just a 10 minutes, 500 m or so stroll from 178 St to more..