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What to Eat in Boeung Keng Kang 1 District

If it’s your first visit to Phnom Penh, you should never miss this Boeung Keng Kang 1 district in the heart of the Cambodian capital city. Boeung Keng Kang 1 (or BKK1 in short) is a popular district of coffee shops and restaurants in Chamkarmorn commune, Phnom Penh’s most popular area. What to Eat in…

Picnic Resort: Hillside Bungalows

Located along national road 4 about 135km from Phnom Penh, Picnic resort is well-known for its organic vegetable farms, delicious quality Khmer food and tranquil environment. The resort comprises of vegetable farms, restaurant, meeting room, children playgrounds, and hillside bungalows. If you’re planning to take a bus trip from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville or Koh…

Recommended Books About Angkor Wat History

Are you going to visit Angkor Wat or are you interested in history and archaeology? This is a list of recommended books about Angkor Wat you should read before visiting Siem Reap of Cambodia. These books are ideal for avid readers and those who are planning to spend not just days, but weeks or months…

Yosaya Thai Food: Best Cheap Eat in Phnom Penh

I went to this Yosaya Thai Food, a small Thai family-run restaurant in Phnom Penh, with friends last month. The food was so good I decided to come back again. At first glance, you may not notice much that this Thai restaurant serves authentic Thai food. But you may be surprised when learning that the…

Urban Space Playground & Café in Phnom Penh

Work & play? There is a place for that in Phnom Penh. It’s called the Urban Space Playground & Café in Phnom Penh. You can do your work over the laptop and coffee and you kids can enjoy their play time in a space designed just for that. I’ve been there for a couple of time…

Footprints International Schools (FIS) in Phnom Penh: Review

Footprints International School offers both English and Khmer languages to the pupils with primary focus on 4 disciplines: mathematic, language arts, science, and social studies. FIS also include basic technology, health, arts, music, swimming, and physical education. The school believes that “children learn better when new skills and ideas are taught to them using a…

TK Avenue: Tuol Kork’s Popular Shopping Mall

TK Avenue is located on the corner of streets 315 and 516. In the mall, you can shop for Adidas shoes and shirts, Pedro footwear, and groceries and fresh food (Lucky Supermarket). There, you can sip a cup of Brown Coffee, or even watch latest movies in the Legend Cinema. Or you just need a…

Sunrise Japan Hospital Phnom Penh: Review

When Cambodians need good treatment, where do they go? For the middle class Khmers, they travel to Vietnam or Thailand. For the Khmer riches or elite, they fly to Singapore. “220,000 Cambodians go abroad every year to receive medical treatment; and the country has only 1.7 doctors and seven beds per 10,000 residents, compared to…

The Best Internet Providers in Cambodia: Guide

This is a guide to help you find the right Internet packages from the best Internet Providers in Cambodia. Based in Phnom Penh, these Internet Providers have branches and sale offices in major provinces like Siem Reap and Sihanoukville. There are many Internet Providers operating in Cambodia, but only a few major ones own and…

The Giving Tree School in Phnom Penh: Review

A play-based English language school in Phnom Penh, The Giving Tree School has opened since 2008. The international preschool is open to little and growing learners, from the age of 1 year to 10 years old. Although it’s not affiliated with the Montessori education, at the core of the Giving Tree’s approach to nurturing young…