Siem Reapers know him as Damon Divine, the muscular dude who prowls the Pub Street precinct by night spruiking for OWE Angkor Warriors, a new fight club where he also performs nightly as a professional wrestler and has just been promoted to venue boss.
In the city of Phnom Penh, however, many children are not that fortunate. For them, their days started late at night because they have to find money by begging or selling various things to the people who love going out and enjoy all sort of night time activities.
Yet, if you still have the energy after a long day, you should go out and revel in the wonderful nightlife. Taing Rinith suggests some activities and place that can help you enjoy travelling in the city to a full extent.
One construction worker died and four were injured when a building collapsed in Siem Reap.
Going, going, almost gone…that’s the story of one of Siem Reap’s choicest pieces of property now for sale for a touch under a million, and it’s the story of the owner, 65 year-old Frenchman Bruno L-Hoste, a pioneer of the Pub Street scene.
Siem Reap, being the country’s major tourist hub, has an upbeat and colourful vibe brought by locals and foreigners enjoying both the sanctity and vibrancy of the place.
The National Olympic Committee announces the first Angkor City Night Run in Siem Reap in the hope of enticing athletes and tourists to the famed temples of Angkor.
The government highlights seven areas to improve before the Clean Tourist City Contest.
Siem Reap Provincial Governor Khim Bun Song sets October as a deadline for businesses and individuals to comply with guidelines.
Siem Reap plans to install CCTV security cameras along the popular tourist Pub Street with aid from Japan in order beef up security.
Siem Reap provincial government issued new guidelines to clean up the Pub Street.
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.