Discover the essence of Cambodia? There is an app for that and is available on both Playstore and App Store. This newest app from the newest magazine, Discover, “presents all of the magazine’s exclusive travel content compiled by Cambodia’s best writers and photographers. Make sure you don’t miss the country’s finest hotels, premier bars and restaurants, along with its most alluring destinations.” It’s free.
Samdech HUN SEN. A decade ago, Cambodia’s King Norodom Sihanouk was in the global media spotlight as he was known as a royal blogger, taking his personal opinions and commentaries to the world wide web. 2016 sees a major move by Cambodian prime minster Hun Sen for going more open, by having online social presence as well as a mobile app. For iOS users, you can also find the app on App Store.
Starbucks Coffee opened its first outlet recently. Not surprisingly, there are more and more international brands coming to the Kingdom of Cambodia. This year, Netflix (Playstore + App Store), the world’s leading subscription service for watching TV episodes and movies, announces that it’s accessible worldwide (except China, of course). So you must have an app to stream the content. With a Chromecast (Android), a Google’s media streaming device, you can enjoy much more of the service on your big screen TV.