Category Archives: Activities

The Blue Lime, Phnom Penh

  Right smack in the city center, in an alleyway. Whenever I travel to a new city I try to find accommodation that is close to the city center so that everywhere is walking distance and convenient for food hunting. ...

Photos from Mom: Cameroon

Cameroon is ethnically diverse with over 225 individual groups. From what I’ve read, the local economy is driven by foreign aid, a wide variety of agricultural ventures and oil and timber production. During one of her working trip to Cameroon a ...

What I Loved About Traveling to Singapore for Work

I almost did not want to go for the training in Singapore because I didn’t feel I was equipped with enough knowledge to undergo a regional training involving our offices in Asia. But my CEO wouldn’t budge and told me ...

Cruise The Mekong River in Phnom Penh

When is the best time to go.  Cruising on the river is one of my favorite modes of transportation in any country and I try to make it a point to experience it at least once. Phnom Penh city has ...

UNESCO Hunt #10 : Vatican City

  UNESCO Site #286 Says:  “A unique collection of artistic and architectural masterpieces lie within the boundaries of this small state. At its centre is St Peter’s Basilica, with its double colonnade and a circular piazza in front and bordered ...

8 Traditional Markets To Visit In Phnom Penh

 Happy October everyone! After spending the weekends with family and friends who came to visit us in Phnom Penh, we forgot to go to our weekly market to get our groceries (yikes!). Phnom Penh has a good range of markets ...

The Bamboo Bridge of Kampong Cham In Photos

Kampong Cham is as charming as its’ name and this was the first province that we visited out of Phnom Penh. Most of the provinces here are accessible by bus and private cars despite the on-going development of its’ roads. ...

Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre

Close to 3 hours ride out of Phnom Penh.  The journey to the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre was a long one and since Kevin was here for a holiday, we decided to share a tuk tuk together (among the 3 ...

Five Stunning Places on Earth Only Accessible by Boat

A sometimes unwelcome by-product of the increased affordability of long distance travel is the conversion of peaceful idyllic locations to packed tourist traps. Cheap flights and competitive hotel stays mean that even an Australian outback trail is dotted with English ...

Road Trip: Paya Indah Wetlands, Putrajaya

  Absorbing Nature  I never knew this place existed until one of my former Clients invited us to be volunteers for the Go Green EduFarm program late last year. It took me an hour to get to Paya Indah Wetlands, ...

Where to Find the Best Luxury Villas on the Globe

  INDONESIA Indonesia is an overwhelming array of cultures, cuisines, seascapes and landscapes unmatched anywhere else in the world. It consists of over 17 000 islands that speckle across the equator for over 5 000 kilometers. A third of these ...

Experiencing Muay Thai in Patong Stadium Gym, Phuket

  There are other ways to release all that pent anger though and this often reminds me of one of the company trips we had last year, to Phuket, Thailand. On those rare occasional days, I’ll feel like punching something out ...

Phnom Penh Royal Palace in the Kingdom of Wonder

  The Royal Palace in Phnom Penh is so golden and majestic that it’s quite impossible to miss out when you’re on the Riverside area. Actually it is so huge that I had forgotten where the main entrance to the ...

Trivia In The Garden: Night Out in Phnom Penh

  Trivia in the Garden happens every Wednesday night from 7:30pm to 9:30pm at the Willow Boutique hotel near the Independence Monument. The one hour event is centered around a series of trivia questions which would be asked by the ...

Wat Phnom: The Central Point of Phnom Penh

  Wat Phnom is located on a hill near the Riverside area and it is also known as the central point of Phnom Penh. It is also known as a religious sanctuary for prayers and offerings since 1373. The park ...

Travel Photo Throwback: Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, Brunei

  Brunei Chameleon Visits Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque The Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien mosque is one of the most beautiful icon that is not to be missed when visiting Bandar Seri Begawan, the capital city of Brunei. We were ...

Cambodia Chameleon: Oudong Mountain

  Once upon a time in a Royal town My colleagues invited me for a trip down to Oudung Mountain one weekend and unfortunately I could not join them then. The following week, Bart, myself and our tuk-tuk man Lucky ...

Photos From Mom : Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

My mom has been traveling around the world since she was young mostly due to her work and career. She is retiring soon and I wish to archive the photos that she has been taking and sharing it with us ...

Road Trip To Coromandel, New Zealand

  Heading to Waikino. If you have some time in Auckland, you could do a quick road trip to the next town like we did. My mum had to leave for Kuala Lumpur and couldn’t join us for this road ...

Cambodia Chameleon: Road Trip to Kean Svay Kroe

  Spending the weekend at a local resort. When our friends told us that they were going to take us to a local resort to enjoy the weekend, my first impression was that we needed to bring swim wear, extra ...

Cambodia Chameleon: Road Trip To The Killing Fields

  May history never repeat itself again. This post will be slightly depressing if not heart-wrenching because of the stories and the visuals so bear with me as you read some facts from my second visit to the Choeng Ek ...

The Artist Guesthouse (St 178) Phnom Penh

  Easy location.   There are plenty of hotels in Phnom Penh ranging from backpackers inn to 6-star accommodations and it is important to know which is your preferred type before making that booking. The Artist Guesthouse (St 178), Phnom Penh ...