Fast Internet coffee shops in Phnom Penh

Over the past few years, I’ve visited most of the coffee outlets (below) to meet with friends and circles and for business meetings. My regular, favorite orders are espresso, Americano, and cold brew Sumatra coffee. Once in a while, I have this ristretto at Feel Good Coffee. For me and many coffee aficionados, an ideal café has to offer more than just the coffee, but in-store experience, one …

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Internet Providers in Cambodia

A guide to Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Cambodia If you’re currently looking for the best ISP for either your home, office or business, this is the guide for you. These ISPs are based in Phnom Penh with branches in major provinces like Siem Reap and Sihanoukville. There are many Internet Providers operating in Cambodia, but only a few major ones own and operate the most advanced optic …

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How to be the best Airbnb host in Cambodia

I’ve been a part-time Airbnb host since late 2016. So this blog post is my experience as a first time Airbnb host in Phnom Penh. During that period, for about 6 months, I learned a great deal to be a better host. Airbnb, what? For starters, Airbnb is a trusted community marketplace for people to list, discover, and book unique accommodations around the world. In Cambodia, especially in …

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Dawn Scent Candle shop

Dawn Scent Candle shop is a good place where you can buy good candle to light up your day. There are times when you need non-toxic scented candles, made from vegetable wax. These candles are perfect for your home or even gifts at wedding reception. Where can you can get them in Phnom Penh? This is one of the locally-run shops that wants to bring some of the …

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BioLab Café Siem Reap

Following the opening of Brown Coffee’s first store in Siem Reap, there is this new, elegant BioLab Café. The cafe is located on house #0418, Wat Bo Street, in Sala Kamraeuk Commune. While most cafes are where people hang out to have conversations with friends and business partners, BioLab Café brands itself as a place for coffee and work. Or is there such as thing as: eat, work, …

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Footprints International School (FIS): Review

Footprints International School (FIS) opened its door in 2007. This school is an extraordinary example of how a small, local school has grown to become an internationally-recognised institution. In 2016, FIS has 4 branches in major parts of Cambodia’s Phnom Penh: Tumnub Teuk I & II, Toul Tom Poung, Beoung Keng Kang, and Tuol Kork district. Footprints International School offers both English and Khmer languages to the pupils …

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Honeywell Air Cooler: a simple way to stay cool on a budget

Just like any other Southeast Asian nations, Cambodia’s climate is wet and dry. If you’ve been living in the country during April, you feel the heat even though you stay in door. The electricity in Phnom Penh is not as cheap as in Bangkok. So having air conditioner isn’t always an option. In this review, you’ll learn about a budget Air Cooler from an American company, Honeywell. For …

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The Giving Tree School: Review

The Giving Tree School, a play-based English language school in Phnom Penh, has opened since August 2008. The school’s primary program follows a globally recognized international curriculum, the International Primary Curriculum (IPC). The Giving Tree School is open to little and growing learners, from the age of 1 year to 10 years. Although it’s not affiliated with the Montessori education, at the core of the Giving Tree’s approach …

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7 reasons you need a Google Chromecast 2

Chromecast 2 is a streaming media device made by Google. Chromecast devices run on a simplified version of Google’s Chrome OS. With the Google device, you’ve got glorified gateways to streaming content. It’s a portal for your favorite streaming apps on your mobile device to be “cast” onto your TV. If you own an Android or iOS device, buy the new Chromecast (it’s called Chromecast 2). Its smart …

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