While Angkor Wat is world-famous, only a handful of hardy travellers know of the existence of the Banteay Chhmar temple.
Those taking a stroll through Phnom Penh streets may stumble across tables of men at cafes or on corners playing chess.
Battambang might be better known as the last bastion of colonial architecture in Cambodia and the former home of the bamboo train.
There are many ways to keep fit, and one of the most popular ways is running, particularly in scenic or interesting areas.
Professional photographer Jean-François Périgois has spent the past 20 years travelling around Southeast Asia and now calls Phnom Penh home.
Civil society organisations are unable to mark World Habitat Day after City Hall refuses permission for them to gather.
Featuring pubs, restaurants and markets built into shipping containers, it brings an original brand of open air shopping and dining to the country’s capital city.
Fire destroys shacks on National Route 1.
In the shell of the former Hemakcheat Theatre, homeless men and women have made homes among the former silver screens.
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At Wat Botum park, 200 workers toil in the sun to replace the weathered paving tiles, part of a renovation project to beautify the city’s few-and-far between green spaces
Life is tough for the Sand People of the Mekong River
Womest protest trial of Hong Sok Hour.
Cambodians mark Pchum Ben, the annual period of appeasing the spirits.
Cambodia were defeated 6-0 by Syria in their World Cup qualifying group game