Classy vegan English-style good vibes have come to Temple Town thanks to the Fountain sibling’s newly-opened landmark Vibe Café and Juicery.
In a gap between the floods of Phnom Penh, we make a mad dash to Sam Doo to sample some its Cantonese specialities.
It’s back to some basics in the Siem Reap cuisine scene, says Dan Ivarie, the Shinta Mani group’s director of restaurants.
As the world of architecture evolves in Cambodia, many emerging designers and architects are tough, independent women looking to develop the ever-changing landscape of Phnom Penh.
Young architecture students and graduates look to the works of Vann Molyvann and others of his generation to guide them in their vision and inspiration for Phnom Penh’s future.
The East Imperial Gin Jubilee will slosh its way through the capital this weekend. Here’s a closer look at how Asia became the birthplace of the classic G&T.
Jeff remembers the glorious moment when Veejay’s kiai transformed from a shout to a full on battle cry. It was an epiphany. At last, her blood-curdling screech would send chills to cut into the hearts of her opponents.
A film that blends horror, romance and politics, the director of ‘The Forest Whispers’ hopes his upcoming film can appeal to domestic and international audiences.
Just before Pchum Ben, wine distribution company Celliers d’Asie held an event they called The Great Wine Experience, and a great experience it must surely have been for the 500 or so young hospitality professionals…
When it comes to insect cuisine in Siem Reap, tarantulas head the list, especially fat, succulent, defanged and deep fried mothers.
Charlie Kumar is a big man who doesn’t like to muck around: just over three years ago he married his now-wife Zoe and five days later opened his own bar, Charlie’s.
On Wednesday night a smooth new dining venue, Fifty 5 Kitchen and Bar, opened on the site vacated months ago by the once popular Pub Street precinct watering hole, the Warehouse.
Recently opened The Ten Bells Bar and Restaurant is making a name for itself in Siem Reap, with quirky events and the current downright civilized brew fest.
Amid the beautiful temples of the Angkorian empire, one is often left to ponder what other great art was produced during this period and what an elaborate cuisine they must have enjoyed.
For many of us greeted daily by a cacophony of engines and bulldozers, it is easy to forget that Cambodia is still teeming with wildlife despite the concrete chaos around us.