Read This Before Traveling to Cambodia

Phnom Penh - Traveling to Cambodia

Most of people, with whom I have talked, associate Cambodia with Angkor Wat temple complex. And I can understand why. Because this place is really beautiful and it’s amazingly popular. Everyone talks only about it. Making you feel like there is nothing else to see in the whole country. So for many people Cambodia is just a part of their Southeast Asia … Read More

Read This Before Traveling to Phnom Penh

Tuk tuk in Phnom Penh Cambodia

Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia and its biggest city at the same time. If you are traveling to Cambodia by plane, chances are pretty high Phnom Penh international airport will be your first stop in this Southeast Asian country. Especially if you are coming from Europe, USA or Australia. However, it’s not the only international airport in Cambodia, there … Read More

2 Weeks in Cambodia Itinerary and Costs (350 – 550 USD)

In Siem Reap - Cambodia

How much time should you spend in Cambodia? Some will say that 1 week in Cambodia is enough. But in my opinion 2 weeks is just the right amount of time to visit all of the most beautiful places in Cambodia. There will be no need to rush. And you will have enough time for cultural activities, chilling on the beach and … Read More

Koh Rong Samloem – Paradise Island in Cambodia

Kog Rong Samloem Saracena Bay

Koh Rong Samloem, have you heard about such a place? When we first started to think about traveling to Cambodia we already knew, that there are some good beaches somewhere. We had heard about a city called Sihanoukville, Cambodia’s most popular beach destination, and beaches near it. But at the same time most of people, who had been there, were telling … Read More

How We Didn’t Go on a Motorbike Trip Across Cambodia

traffic in Phnom Penh - Motorbike Trip Across Cambodia

At first we had no thoughts about traveling across Cambodia by motorbike. But then we learned, that it’s the same as easy to get a bike here like in any other South Asian country, and since January 2016 in Cambodia you don’t even need a drivers license for a small bike (125cc or less), and our initial plan changed. On our second … Read More