TagPhnom Penh

Best Co-Working Spaces in Cambodia

Shared offices or co-working spaces are the best workplaces or hubs for tech geeks and emerging entrepreneurs to work and collaborate. They’re very popular in cities around the world, including in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. In Cambodia’s largest city alone, there are many co-working spaces tailored for tech startup people and digital nomads. In…

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…

Best Noodle Restaurants in Phnom Penh

There are times when you feel like eating good noodles. In Phnom Penh, these are some best places to eat delicious noodles. In this review, you’ll find some great choices, from Cambodian to Chinese to Thai noodles at restaurants in this vibrant city. So I eat steamed rice for every meal and everyday. Knowing the…

Buying Apple Products in Phnom Penh

Recently I’ve bought a brand new Apple MacBook Retina. Before buying the computer laptop, I spent some hours researching into computer shops or stores in Phnom Penh. There are many shops retailing Apple MacBook laptops and gadgets. But the question is which shop is the most trusted to get genuine products. By genuine, I mean…

Where to buy Apple iPhone in Phnom Penh

Living in Phnom Penh doesn’t limit you from buying a new iPhone as soon as it’s officially available. If you’re willing to pay a premium price, you can be among the early persons to get your hands on Apple’s newest iPhone, the iPhone 7 or the 7 Plus. The latest iPhones could be priced between…

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…