Photos and details of the trek from Chi Phat, the Cambodian village which has turned their lives around by embracing ecotourism.
I was promised it would taste like chicken. It didn’t. So what is it like to eat a fried tarantula and then have a live spider put on your hands?
The Cambodian beachside town of Kep is popular amongst the locals and foreigners. But the real drawcard here is not the sand and the surf – it’s the food!
This little island off the coast of Cambodia, near the town of Kep, is the ultimate escape from the world. There’s nothing to do except relax.
A Cambodian village is improving the lives of everyone in it but turning their community into an ecotourism destination. But is it working?
The Killing Fields on the outskirts of Phnom Penh is one of the vivid reminders of the brutality of the Cambodian Khmer Rouge regime which killed millions.
This is more than just any ordinary museum. This was the scene of some of the most horrific abuses of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime. So how should we feel?