A suggested itinerary for independent travellers and backpackers to Cambodia, travelling from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap via Mondulkiri and Ratanakiri.
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A coastal Cambodia itinerary for independent travellers and backpackers including Koh Kong, Koh Rong, Koh Rong Samloem, Kep, Kampot, and Bokor Hill Station.
The amount of street art in Phnom Penh is growing and the main area where a high concentration of art and graffiti can be found is Beoung Kak (Lakeside).
Explore Kep’s wild and atmospheric architecture on Cambodia’s southern coast. Once the height of fashion, Kep’s villas and mansions now lie abandoned.
Everyone has a double: the similarity between this Khmer girl from Kompong Cham in Cambodia and this street art in Shoreditch, East London is uncanny.
This post is part two of a mini-series and features postcards I sent from my first backpacking adventures #backintheday. The first part included cards I sent from my first trip to Europe way back in 1988! This second part features my first independent travels to Asia,...
Jungle bikes, built from scratch using various bits of old bike, are common sights in rural Cambodia, particularly in Mondulkiri and Ratankiri provinces.
Preah Vihear is a dramatically located Khmer temple complexes. Our guide includes how to get to Preah Vihear temple and where to stay.
Exploring Phnom Penh’s Architectural Heritage from Colonial Buildings to New Khmer Architecture on a self-guided walking tour of Cambodia’s capital.
What was it like backpacking in Cambodia in the early 90s? An account of travelling to Cambodia in October 1992 to Phnom Penh, Battambang and Angkor Wat.
Today, 30 November, marks the 5 year anniversary of us leaving our life in the UK. Here are some of our favourite memories from five years of travel.