Cambodia

Kampot (part one)- road trip to the crab market and pepper plantations

Kampot– a  sleepy town located not far away from the coastline at the banks of a beautiful river is another pleasant destination with a chilled out vibe, favoured by the … Continue reading Kampot (part one)- road trip to the crab market and pepper plantations

Phnom Penh (part two) – lively markets and the sinister remnants of Khmer Rouge genocide

From the tourism perspective, Phnom Penh doesn’t have much to offer. There are a few interesting markets, Mekong river and some relatively new temples. But the most important places to … Continue reading Phnom Penh (part two) – lively markets and the sinister remnants of Khmer Rouge genocide

3 days in Angkor Wat, day 3: through the countryside roads to the oldest temples

PLANNING THE ROUTE The third and the last day was supposed to be the most relaxing since we had in the itinerary only so called Rolous Group, a cluster of … Continue reading 3 days in Angkor Wat, day 3: through the countryside roads to the oldest temples

3 days in Angkor Wat, day 1: Grand Circuit by cycling- extreme but rewarding

If Angkor Wat is your sole reason of visiting Cambodia, is a reason enough. Nothing can prepare you for the scale of Khmer empire ruins. Angkor Wat is just one … Continue reading 3 days in Angkor Wat, day 1: Grand Circuit by cycling- extreme but rewarding

Siem Reap (part three) – a fantastic waterfall and the ancient sculptures of Phnom Kulen

There are quite a few one day trips that can be taken from Siem Reap. One of them, recommended for those who are willing to shell out a significant amount … Continue reading Siem Reap (part three) – a fantastic waterfall and the ancient sculptures of Phnom Kulen