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Wat Damnak: pagoda, library and popular spot

One of the major temples in Siem Reap is the Wat Damnak pagoda. It is located on the left bank of the river, just to the right of the roundabout. The main entrance is also from this side, but there is also an opposite entrance. Wat Damnak is also often called the district, many restaurants and shops ...

What to do in Cambodia: 5 secrets

Of course, if you are going to Cambodia you will want to see the famous temples of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap. You will also visit the capital, Phnom Penh, and see the Royal Palace. But there are still many unknown places to discover. We tell you what you to do in Cambodia. 1. Look at architecture in ...

Water festival in Cambodia (Bon Om Touk)

The Royal water festival in Cambodia celebrates the end of the rainy season in Cambodia. It is one of the most important festivals in Cambodia and probably the biggest one. Every year millions of people celebrate the festival in Phnom Penh, while in Siem Reap it is a bit quieter. With the end of the ...

It’s about the experiences

We live in the age of bucket lists and Instagram-enabled places. When traveling, a moment lasts as long as the upload to the social network. Even in remote areas we have a high speed internet connection. Our digital experiences don't last long. And yet we are looking for deceleration. The differenc ...

Food in Angkor Wat: Look at the carvings

Those who come to Angkor Wat are impressed not only by the sheer size of the religious site, but also by the detailed stonework. In many columns, images of Apsara dancers are carved. On the other hand, stories are told in the walls, from the beginning of the world to battles and everyday life. In th ...

Celebrating World Food Day in Cambodia

On October 16, the World Food Day is celebrated. He recalls the creation of FAO, a United Nations sub-organization, which took place on that day in 1945. The FAO is responsible for nutrition and agriculture. Today, the day is also celebrated by the World Food Program of the United Nations. The Worl ...

Street food in Cambodia – all you need to know

The small street food dishes you can buy at street stalls in Bangkok have made street food world famous. In Cambodia, too, there are small stalls in every town, most of which produce one or two dishes. Some also have a whole buffet to choose from. [caption id="attachment_1739" align="alignleft" w ...

What is the Cambodian cake Orn Som?

Every year during the Pchum Ben holidays members of the family will get up early in the morning and start making Orn Som. It is popular Khmer snack, usually made for special occasions, but also found at local markets. It contains sticky rice, yellow beans and pork, wrapped in a banana leaf. How to ...

When you visit a local market in Cambodia

Have you ever visited a market in Cambodia?  Each village has such a small market, which is definitely worth a visit.  In the cities there are big markets like the Central Market in Phnom Penh and the Psa Leu in Siem Reap.  But the individual districts also have markets. The most famous market in ...

Pchum Ben in Cambodia: The ceremonies

Every year Cambodia celebrates the Pchum Ben day. Many call it the ancestors day, because the main activity is to offer food to the ghosts of the dead relatives. Officially the festival is 14 days long, but most families leave it with the last three of four days. In Phnom Penh it is common now to ju ...

Free refill, not landfill at our hosts in Cambodia

As a service aiming to saving culture and environment, we already encouraging successfully our hosts to reduce plastic as much as they can. Food comes for examples from their own gardens. Many buy vegetables, meat and fish  from the nearby local market. Often the goods are just wrapped in banana le ...