Last updated on September 6th, 2017
Where to Practise Yoga in Siem Reap
Two thousand years after India’s influence first spread to Cambodia under the Kingdom of Funan, yoga in its many formsRead more.
Singing and Karaoke in Cambodia
Visitors are often surprised to discover the average Cambodian will gladly make his melodious voice heard. There is in factRead more.
Traditional Khmer Performing Arts
There is a handful of performing troupes of Sbek Thom (literally large leather) shadow theatre in Phnom Penh and fewRead more.
Souvenir Shops in Siem Reap: What and Where to Buy?
A visit to the workshop shows throngs of young artisans carving figures from Khmer mythology out of wood and stone.Read more.
Markets in Siem Reap: What and Where to Buy?
Whether shopping is your thing or not, you'll probably end up at the Old Market. Phsar Chas mainly caters toRead more.
Siem Reap Wat and Pagoda Walk
The pagodas of Siem Reap may not be as old as Angkor, just a few hundred years... but the everydayRead more.
Wat Athvea in Siem Reap, a mini-Angkor on the road to Phnom Krom
Wat Athvea is believed to have been built under the reign of King Suryavarman II in the late 11th orRead more.
Siem Reap Giant Puppet Parade
The Giant Puppet Parade has been taking place in Siem Reap since 2007. It is a community project that involvesRead more.
Wat Bo, a Siem Reap Pagoda
Most visitors to Siem Reap come to visit the temples of Angkor. For those who stay a bit longer orRead more.
Wat Preah Enkosei in Siem Reap : a modern wat in Angkorian ruins
Planning a Siem Reap wat tour? Wat Preah Enkosei is a great pagoda to start with. From here, you canRead more.