Beach life in Sihanoukville

This up-and-coming beach town is another part of Cambodia that has a bloody history. During the civil war the Khmer Rouge used the massive Independence Hotel as target practice, they also made the mistake of hijacking an American container ship and the town was bombed by the U.S Air Force. Even after Pol Pot was... Continue Reading →

Horrible history in Phnom Penh

The capital city of Cambodia is a busy place with a French colonial feel along with a lot of influence from the Khmer Empire. You can walk along the river enjoying the cafes and restaurants while exploring the golden Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda and the very interesting National Museum. There is also a very... Continue Reading →

The magic of Angkor

There are so many temples to explore around Siem Reap. Watch the sunset at the legendary Angkor Wat, get lost in Baphuon, pretend to be Laura Croft in Ta Prohm and feel small under the towering faces of Bayon. This is not a place to be rushed, take your time to explore, a few days... Continue Reading →

Visa Requirements for South East Asia

Let me give you one very important piece of advice. Always look into the visa situation before you travel to a new country, whether it's in the same region or on a whole new continent. Visa regulations vary from country to country and change depending on how long you want to stay and what you'll... Continue Reading →

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