If you are looking for a wonderful holiday in an exotic and beguiling location then take a look at Cambodia. This is a nation steeped in history with more to it than just ruins. Here’s why Cambodia should be top of your travelling list. Those . . .
The interior of Kep Peninsula is now the Kep National Park. It was once subjected to radical deforestation. Today it is guarded by rangers and increasingly popular with tourists looking to escape the crowds of Sihanoukville. Kep National Park . . .
Cambodia’s beaches are increasingly popular with visitors. They are the perfect place to relax after touring the temples. Otres Beach is one of the most up and coming beaches in the area around Sihanoukville. Just beyond the Phnom Som Nak Sdach . . .
The riverside town of Kratie is famous for its sunsets on the Mekong. It is also known for its French colonial style architecture and is a natural break for a journey between Phnom Penh and Southern Laos. But the big draw for visitors to this area is . . .
Not that many people realise you can go trekking in Cambodia. You see this more in Northern Thailand and Laos. But there are some wonderful places and Ream National Park is one. Just 15km from Sihanoukville lies a large expanse of land. It has . . .
Naga are a category of serpentine beings that play an important role in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Southeast Asian mythology and folklore as a whole. Naga usually combine human features with the features of snakes, most often the king cobra, and they . . .