July 11, 2016
Serene in Siem Reap: Dreaming of Navutu Dreams premium
Welcome to Cambodia. I beamed when I heard it, a now familiar phrase. This was my fourth trip to Cambodia and my third to Siem Reap, the city whose airport we had just landed in from Bangkok. There are plenty of unticked places on my Southeast Asia to do list. So why return to the […]
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Alex in Wanderland
May 25, 2016
Exploring Cambodia’s Wild East – Mondulkiri premium
In the Wild East, as they call it, lies the remote province of Mondulkiri – Cambodia’s largest and also most sparsely populated area. Located in the south-east part of the country bordering Vietnam it is still a quite unknown territory for touristic settlements. Literally translated as “meeting of the hills” it is a very tranquil […]
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Apenoni
May 24, 2016
Where to stay in Mondulkiri, Cambodia premium
Nature Lodge Beautifully located in the forests of Mondulkiri, just a short 10 minute ride into the woods from the town of Senmonorom, Mondulkiri Province in Eastern Cambodia. If you are looking for a relaxing and natural setting this is definitely a great place to stay. It is a true nature experience as the resort […]
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Apenoni
March 10, 2016
5 Fun & Weird Things to Do in Phnom Penh premium
Anyone who has traveled to Southeast Asia knows that Phnom Penh isn’t considered one of the region’s top destinations.  Most travelers either skip Phnom Penh altogether and head straight to the incredible beaches in the south or the incredible temples in the north.  Or they spend a fleeting 24 hours in the city. Those who do take […]
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Travel Lush
February 9, 2016
Where To Find Amazing Vegetarian Food In Phnom Penh premium
It’s now been a little over three weeks since I moved out of my apartment in Phnom Penh and flew back to my home state of California.  Considering that I am so preoccupied with my imminent move to Beijing, China, I haven’t really had the chance to give Phnom Penh a second thought.  Well, that’s not […]
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Travel Lush
November 12, 2015
Phnom Penh’s Booming Street Art Scene premium
Let’s face it, Phnom Penh tends to get a bad rap among travelers, but I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again I love this city.  Yes, I’ve had my ups and downs since moving here, but I’m still an avid booster of Phnom Penh. There are a lot of reasons why travelers should […]
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Our South East Asia bucket list premium
At the start of June we will be travelling to Southeast Asia for the first time. We will be travelling around for several months visiting these countries: Thailand, Burma, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Borneo and Singapore. This will be the first time we’ve travelled to another country for more than two weeks so it’s very […]
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Adventure Awaits Us
The 5 Best Beaches In Southeast Asia premium
There are many things that keep luring me back to Southeast Asia.  The food, the temples and the culture all play significant roles but, for me, the beaches are a huge part of the draw.  It’s true that Southeast Asia is home to some of the world’s best beaches.  But contrary to what many might think, […]
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Travel Lush
February 28, 2015
A Budgeter’s Guide To Koh Rong premium
Like most backpackers I’m always a bit concerned about visiting islands because I always seem to spend way more money than usual when I’m on them.  Let’s face it, things are just more expensive on islands.  Personally, I wasn’t sure what to expect price-wise when I visited Koh Rong in January.  I’d heard that the accommodation is of […]
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Travel Lush
February 18, 2015
Is Koh Rong Worth Visiting? premium
I have to admit that I was skeptical about visiting Koh Rong.  I had heard rave reviews about the tropical Cambodian isle, which is rumored to be home to some of the best beaches in Southeast Asia.  But I’ve learned not to get overly excited about what other people say because, in my experience, it will […]
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