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Enjoy a meal and talk with locals in Cambodia

Sarin Tuoch and Kosal: Khmer food in an ancient house

Sarin Tuoch and his wife Kosal live in a traditional Khmer wooden house along the Sangker river. They grow many kind of fruits herbs and vegetable around the house. Come a bit earlier and watch (or help) cooking the meal and learn about how its done. ...

Vannarith: Enjoy the Angkor forest

Ms. Vannarith and her family live in a small Khmer house, surrounded by trees in Siem Reap. It is part of the Angkor forest and on the way to the famous temples (NO ANGKOR TICKET NEEDED). The family also has a small chicken farm in the back yard as well as a beautiful garden. While the husband is wo ...

Sareth: Explore a mushroom farm and a secret

Sareth and her family live near the Siem Reap river in the south part of the town, where it's less crowded. She is an English teacher, but the family also grows mushrooms and bananas on the premises.The family also have another business: Breeding crocodiles. But there are no animals harmed, only the ...

Yem Panha: Organic farm and vegetables

Yem Panha runs her own organic farm near Battambang (15 min drive), and is passionate about food and healthy lifestyle. She is working hard and supports her family with the vegetables she is growing and selling, but she also gets help from some members of her family. Here you can eat with locals in ...

Naysim: Silk farm and Beef Lok Lak

Naysim and her family own a silk producing and weaving business as well as a mango farm. You will take the ferry to come here, but it's a beautiful scenery on the way. If you want, take your bicycle with you. ...

Vannak Khun: Chat over a meal with a passionate artist

Vannak Khun is a talented artist and photographer, living and working in his place in walking distance from the Central Market in Phnom Penh. His photographs are a dialogue between the modern life and the desires of Khmer people. His house is decorated with his wooden sculptures. He has a lovely cat ...

Srey Moch: Stories from a former Apsara dancer

Srey Moch's  house is a more modern house by local standards in Siem Reap, made of bricks and concrete, but still with Khmer style. She kept her garden, where she grows herbs and spices for the local food and where the dollar tree is located (ask her about it). Her helper is her mum, who also makes ...

Nue Thai: Simple life of a family in Siem Reap

Ms. Nue Thai live east of Siem Reap, her house is a at a small canopy road and build in the traditional Khmer wooden house style, but with only one ground floor. If you want to experience the simple, but happy life of Khmer people and learn about homegrown vegetables (watch how she makes the omelett ...

Som Ang: Where the painters in Siem Reap live

Som Ang is an elderly lady in Siem Reap who is watching the house while her kids are out for work. Since her daughter works in tourism, she occasionally brings guests home for a meal, most of them from Thailand. That's the reason why Som Ang not only speaks Thai, she also has quite some knowledge ab ...

Malineat: Organic farm in Banteay Meanchey

Malineat, who studied IT, and her sister, are happy to welcome and host you with a wonderful private meal at her beautiful house located near the river in Banteay Meanchey, surrounded with a bamboo garden, a small lake, an organic farm and her little chicken farm. ...

Vorleak: Local experience in Banteay Meanchey

Vorleak is a housewife who stay in a beautiful Khmer house in front of the Kirichum Chomkarkhnor Pagoda in Sisophon/Banteay Meanchey province. She lives there together with her grandma, who she also takes care of.  Her husband is a credit officer, but supports her when she has guest coming. She can ...

Loy: a strong modern Khmer woman

Loy offers lunch and dinner in her house near National Road 6 in Siem Reap, about 20 minutes from downtown by tuk tuk. She offers a unique atmosphere with her sister and cousin helping out. The meal will be cooked when you arrive, please hive her a hand and leanr how to make a spice paste if you wan ...