The north-eastern most province of Cambodia, Ratanakiri, is home to eight different hill tribes, in addition to some Lao and Chinese minority groups. These inhabitants account for approximately two thirds of the province’s population, with the remainder
On my last day in Mondulkiri Province I visited the Elephant Valley Project (EVP), 12km outside Sen Monorom. There are many elephant experiences that you can choose to do in the area, however, I chose this particular
After leaving the hustle and bustle of Phnom Penh behind, I headed into the wilds of Cambodia to the eastern province of Mondulkiri. Best known as a coffee growing region, it is also home to the Bunong
Last night I took another food tour for dinner in Phnom Penh and I have to say I am really glad I did. Much of the food was sensational, all in local restaurants without a westerner in
I first visited Kampot on my second trip to Cambodia in 2014 and had read of the “ghost town” abandoned by the French in 1950, so I was eager to take a look and explore Bokor Mountain.
Lao cuisine is fresh, vibrant, herbaceous, textural, packed full of flavour, and some of the most delicious food I have encountered while travelling. It is difficult to understand why such a wonderful cuisine is not as widely
Battambang is the rice belt of Cambodia and although there are many rice growers in the region plenty of other locals use rice to produce consumables to sell as a way to make an income. I wanted
A Taste of Kampot. Some of the best pepper in the world is grown here, but Kampot is also famous for its durian fruit, and it also produces ten’s of thousands of tonnes of sea salt each
Street Food in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Let’s face it, Cambodia has some pretty funky culinary delicacies, and up until now I haven’t been particularly game to partake in many of them. However, I had made the decision
An Insight Into Cambodian Cuisine © panithi33, Adobe Stock The Kingdom of Cambodia is one of my favourite destinations in the world and one of the things that makes this awesome country so great is the people.