Blog posts featuring Cambodia… Cambodia is a country that is very close to our hearts. Mark first backpacked there in 1992 and Kirsty’s first visited in 2003. It’s a destination we’ve been to countless times on both business and personal trips, and we’ve also spent extended periods of time in both Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.
There are plenty of good reasons to visit Cambodia aside from Angkor Wat temple. A guide to the best places to visit in Cambodia beyond Siem Reap.
Street art in abandoned buildings. Often urban exploration and street art go together. A photo essay featuring graffiti and street art in abandoned places.
Suggestions of great places to break the journey between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap when travelling in Cambodia. Off the beaten path travel in Cambodia.
Of all the derelict places we find, abandoned swimming pools are some of the most alluring. Urban exploration at some of the world’s forsaken swimming pools
A guide to other Angkorian temples in Southeast Asia aside from Angkor Wat. Get off the beaten path in Asia and have the temple all to yourself.
Locating Kampong Chhnang’s abandoned airport and other places associated with the Khmer Rouge – part of our series on abandoned places in Cambodia.
Explore Brutalist and Modernist architecture in Southeast Asia, a style predominantly associated with the former USSR and Eastern Bloc.
Discovering French colonial-era architecture in the sleepy Cambodian town of Kampot: buildings both restored and dilapidated, but all are beautiful.
A guide to visiting Preah Khan Kompong Svay. Known as Prasat Bakan by locals, read about our visit to this off-the-beaten-path Khmer temple in Cambodia.
Getting off-the-beaten-path in Cambodia: this abandoned housing block Kompong Chhnang dates back to French colonial-era (1863-1953).
Phnom Penh Nightlife Experience with Vespa Adventures is a great night out. Zipping through the Phnom Penh traffic we saw some of the city’s iconic spots.
Photographs of graffiti and street art in Kep. Considering the size of the town, Kep has a surprising amount of both street art and abandoned buildings.