Tag Archives: Cambodia

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 ...

Walking the Riverside In My Swimming Suit

  I was in my swimming suit. First of all, it’s not what you think. Well it was actually but you’ll just need to read to know why I did such a thing. The weekend arrived and since there’s no plan to ...

How I Spent Ramadan In Phnom Penh

  Sitting in front of the TV waiting for the Ramadan announcement on TV1 had me thinking about this moment where it would be my first time fasting abroad, without the presence family and friends back home. I felt a tinge of homesickness ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Cambodia Chameleon: The Types Of Tuk Tuk Drivers You’ll Meet

From the first day we came here we have met with different types of tuk tuk driver who have been fetching tourists and locals to their destinations daily. Even until today we’re still struggling a bit with our current tuk tuk guy who ...

Cambodia Chameleon: Getting Acquainted

  Everything had happened so fast that before I knew it, the big day came for me to say goodbye to my homeland, Malaysia. It was a tough few weeks but I was relieved that things were settled before I ...

Tips on Moving Abroad.

  I didn’t realize how much I had to prepare until the very last minute. If I could turn back the time, I would be able to give myself a head start at least three months prior to the big move. ...

Will Work For Travel. Especially In Cambodia.

  If not now, when? The decision to move to Cambodia was inevitable ever since I changed the city status on my Facebook to Phnom Penh. You can call it a self-fulfilling prophecy but ever since I left this charming ...

UNESCO Hunt #6: Majestic Angkor Wat

  UNESCO Site #668 Says: “Angkor, in Cambodia’s northern province of Siem Reap, is one of the most important archaeological sites of Southeast Asia. It extends over approximately 400 square kilometres and consists of scores of temples, hydraulic structures (basins, ...