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Oudong mountain: Khmer food & picnic

If you want to eat Khmer food like a local, these are some Cambodian food you don’t normally find at restaurants. Cambodian people love grilled fishes. They eat frogs and turtles. You can find these ordinary Khmer food at Oudong mountain, an hour drive from Phnom Penh city. The royal capital between the 17th to…

Phnom Penh’s Exchange Square

These are stunning views from the 19th floor of the Exchange Square, one of Phnom Penh’s newest and tallest buildings. It’s amazing to see some of Phnom Penh’s iconic places like the Central Market (Phsar Thmey) and the riverside from this new angle. The Exchange Square opened in 2017 to the public. The building houses…

Bus from Battambang to Sihanoukville

Year after year, it’s getting easier to take a bus trip from one province to another in Cambodia. From Battambang to Sihanoukville (also known as Krong Preah Sihanoukville or Kampong Som among locals), you just need take a bus trip to Phnom Penh first before heading to the beach town. Even though there is no…

Siem Reap to Sihanoukville by bus

If taking a flight to Sihanoukville from Siem Reap (1h 5m duration) is not what you want, you can take a bus trip instead. You can easily book your bus ticket your bus tickets in 3 easy steps: Choose your departure and destination, pay online, and board! Photo: Tharum Bun A direct bus to Sihanoukville…

Cambodian citizenships for foreigners

What you need to know about obtaining a Cambodian citizenship The Ministry of Interior is the government institution that processes the applications for Cambodian citizenship. Did you know that back in 1996, a foreigner had to spend as much as $500,000 to to be a Cambodian citizen? Not now. Not anymore. Why does a foreigner…

Furniture shops in Cambodia

Whether you need to fill your new apartment room or add some new ones to your sweet home, shop, or office, these are some of best furniture shops in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap you can buy a new sofa, a dining table, and chairs. Or you might want to get stools, tables, or a…

Budapest Coffee Workshop in Tuol Kork

The newest coffee shop is a great addition to Tuol Kouk. It’s just a few walks from Joma Cafe and Java Cafe. Small, not too crowded, it feels like sitting in an European coffee shop. Tuol Kouk district is becoming an ideal place to live despite its distance from the riverside and Beung Keng Kang…