Author: cmbpd

  • This is a mini guide to help you find the right Internet packages from the best Internet Service Providers (ISP) in Cambodia. Based in Phnom Penh city, most ISPs have branches and sale offices in major cities like Siem Reap and Sihanoukville. Although there are many Internet Providers operating in Cambodia, there are only a […]

  • What’s in a Khmer name? Are you looking for a Khmer name for your newborn? This is one of the most important topics, especially for those who would soon become parents of their brilliant baby. First thing first, you usually spend a lot of time doing research online and offline into the meaning of the […]

  • Phnom Penh’s best bookshops

    Phnom Penh’s Bookstores and Libraries You Should Know If you’re an avid reader and looking for book shops and libraries in Phnom Penh, here’s a list of recommendations for you. Kinokuniya One of my favorite bookshops is Kinokuniya inside Aeon Mall Sen Sok. The Japanese bookshop chain is located inside the second Aeon Mall, in […]

  • Living in Phnom Penh

    I’ve lived in Phnom Penh since the 1980s. I’ve witnessed a tremendous transformation of the city. In the late 1980s, schooling was not about affordability. There was just no choice. Just some years after the Khmer Rouge regime, being able to go to a public school, about five minutes walk from home, was a luxury. […]

  • Living in Cambodia

    Moving to and Living in Cambodia? Q: What is visiting Cambodia like? A: Cambodia’s Siem Reap is internationally known for its temples of Angkor, where you can have the breathtaking view of the sunset on the top of Phnom Bakheng. Khmer People Are Super Friendly in Asia The most friendly people in Asia are Cambodians. […]

  • He who owns real estate properties and telecommunications, if not the media sector. In this list, you’ll get to know a number of top tycoons of Cambodia. They’re some of the wealthiest Cambodian nationals of the Kingdom. During the Covid-19 pandemic, these Cambodian millionaires made donations after donations as the country struggled with the lock-downs. […]