Mini-billboards of “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” will be mounted on the back of the ubiquitous tuk-tuk or remork in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
Did you hear the one about the bloke from Australia who finished law at uni and 24 hours later was in Shanghai to become a financier but instead became a comedian?
Markets using shipping containers are popping up in Phnom Penh, following the popularity of this kind of market locally and internationally.
Canada-based firm Harvey Law Group has revealed plans to open an office in Phnom Penh by the end of the year, providing immigration, citizenship, residency and business services to Cambodians and foreigners.
Cambodia now has daily flights from Dubai and Yangon thanks to Emirates Airlines.
Pork sellers are concerned that rumours of infected meat being sold in Phnom Penh’s markets could get out of hand.
Vietnamese convicted of attempted murder for a brazen grenade attack in Phnom Penh.
Chipped away and changed over the years, what was once one of the few Catholic churches in the capital, The Chapel of the Sisters of Providence Hospice has become home to about 20 families opposite Phnom Penh Port.