In case you cannot decide or become tired of visiting only a few places too often, you should try Phnom Baset, a hillside retreat in Kandal. It is a place where you can enjoy various outdoor activities while communing peacefully with nature and listening to many local legends.
“Nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history,” warns a report on biodiversity, drafted for the United Nations (UN) by a group of 145 experts from across the world.
From mere passion to eventually succeeding in it, Dy Malyneth has gone far in her endeavour to promote local tourism.
When I knew I was going to the “Face Forward” art exhibition, I knew I had to expect the unexpected…in a good way.
Created in a grassroots effort by local residents, a biodiversity park near India’s capital New Delhi serves as a green haven for people and wildlife. Now authorities want to build a six-lane highway across it.
Majestic cloth, gold, welcoming people, rainforests and a cool Atlantic breeze: Ghana is steeped in culture and natural beauty. But a flush toilet is hard to find, and the media are helping to potty train the government.
I have been traveling to Siem Reap by car since I got to Cambodia in 2010 and I love the drive.
Organised especially for high school graduates, the “Skills and Jobs” event aims to give participants the keys to choosing the right university major and getting a good job.
If nature – the planet’s ecosystems, wildlife and climate – descend into chaos, then so will the society and economy it supports.
The Koh Rong Archipelago is the first protected marine area in Cambodian waters. If all goes well, it won’t be the last.
Every afternoon and evening in this floating village just north of the Tonle Sap, Kuy An looks out at the clouds of smoke rising ominously in every direction.
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.